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Surf Report for Saturday 29th November 2014 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

Constantine (4*):  8 feet

at 7.45 a.m.


The surf is pumping here this morning with six to eight feet of thick and lumpy swell lines stretching out to the Quies.
There’s barely a breeze drifting offshore as the sky clears in the early morning dawn with a bright and blue and pleasant sky being revealed. It’s mild too (for late November!) – a perfect day to surf in Cornwall!


Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet


There are waves grinding in here this morning too, a couple to three feet, maybe bigger once you’re out there and just a little warped but that is probably from the tide. it is a couple of hours till high tide yet but there is that little bounce already affecting it, just a little.
It should sort itself out as the tide drops through late morning and into this afternoon.
Saying that there are going to be many, many places all along the raggedy stretch of coastline that will be enjoying tubing and peeling, gloriously clean and organised surf day – just take your pick!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:46  (2.0m)            High Tide:  10:14  (6.6m)


Surf Forecast for Sunday 30th November 2014

The swell is likely to have eased in size by the morning, it should be still a very decent three feet plus, still with a big old wave period showing its strength but much smaller than Saturday.
The wind is likely to have switched as well, a more northerly breeze drifting down on an otherwise bright and pleasant day.
It should be very okay, if not the gloriousness of the last day or three!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

We have been enjoying great surf conditions this week, the wind light and offshore, the swell having rebuilt and the banks at some of our main breaks finding their shape of old, with that double digit, high teens wave period indicating some strength to the swell. Direct offshores with a still solid three to four foot swell have been the way of it and that is likely to be the way of it right into the weekend!
Saturday should be booming with lighter offshores than Friday’s blow. A six to eight foot plus swell should be bowling our way all the way through Saturday firing up all of our main surf breaks, allowing you to just choose your favourite.
A gradually decreasing but still lively swell should take us into Sunday with the breeze maybe just sliding sideways to a more northerly direction.
So, an action packed weekend of surfing in mostly neat conditions lies in wait!
With just a little thought and planning and maybe just a couple of short journeys we should be enjoying some pretty perfect surf!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!