Surf Report for St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday 17th March 2018

At 7.05 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  4 to 6 feet  

 

Cowabunga! Surf’s up doodly dudes and dudettes!!
Four to six feet of smooth and bright faced, looping and curling waves are spinning of the Point, a brisk gusting east north easterly breeze holding those deep blue peaks tall until the last possible moment.
A handful are out already, enjoying the grey-skied calmness and chill stinging showers of a still more Wintery than Springy morning.
It looks like we should have waves all day and really very pleasant groundswell waves at that, so just choose your favourite break, wax down your favourite board of choice and get stoked!  

And this weekend is looking good for surf with a lot of cold but generally clear weather (see the weekend forecast below (on www.constantinesurf.com)) but it is going to be really very cold on Sunday!
So if you are feeling the need or just want a new wetsuit, we do have a good few in stock and many of those are still at massive clearance SALE prices!! But they are starting to thin out!
Mail us at [email protected] or phone us on 01841 520250 to check sizes etc. before trekking out.

 

 

Harlyn (0*):  2 feet

 

That east north easterly breeze that is so clean on the other side of the headland is onshore enough here to put a bit of chop onto the small, two foot surf. With a light but chilly drizzle in the air, it feels entirely different to the bays on the other side. And that’s where the action is if you want some great surf on this St. Patrick’s Day!  

 

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:51  (0.9m)              High Tide:  17:41  (7.1m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 18th March 2018  

That east north easterly wind will probably strengthen this morning, pushing the swell down but still helping to shape and mild some gorgeously shaped little curlers, probably more in the two foot size range.
But it should be a real good two feet of peeling and fun surf, all tempting and appealing.
But that wind is going to be very, very cold!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend   

So, how keen are you this weekend?
Do you fancy some three to four feet of offshore shaped, curling and peeling, powerful groundswell, bigger and chunkier to start the weekend and only ever so gradually easing in size?
Well, you got it!
But those air temperatures are going to drop!
Like really drop!
So, Saturday will be showing a thick and chunky four to five feet of smooth and even, busy swell, hollowed and held by some brisk Easterly winds all day long.
Hopefully we should enjoy enough sunshine to counter those cold, cold winds!
By Sunday the wind is probably going to have eased its way back to the north east and it’s then that we are going to really feel the cold!
And so you are going to have to decide whether the two to three feet of peaking and peeling, turquoise surf is going to be worth the cold water paddle? It should be!
And then the wind is likely to strengthen as we start a fresh new week, the surf weakening before re-strengthening for another surge.
You’d better check your wetsuit for this weekend but if it is a little shabby and chilly we do still have a few really good suits at really good SALE prices!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!