Constantine (2*):  3 ft

The day is slowly brightening, the bright blue sky gradually filtering through the early morning grey blanket of low cloud.
The wind is chilly again, a steady northerly breezing across the bay, blowing into those waves that are breaking to the left, putting a bit of a bump on them but helping them flow too.
The surf is an erratic three feet or so with maybe the very occasional slightly bigger one.
The sea is a deep blue this morning, the waves breaking to crystal white, those walls in-between dark from their blueness.
The tide is on the drop and so the surf is not at its best anyway and the wind isn’t helping. It is fresher than the forecasts were predicting, and maybe a degree or two more westerly at present but it is okay and it should improve.
This afternoon could show some really fun surf on the incoming tide under lots of sunshine!

Harlyn (0*):  1 ft


It’s real small and real choppy around here this morning, that wind getting straight in here. There’s a foot or maybe just a bit more of broken up and sloppy surf bouncing around.
The other side is the place to go today for a fun afternoon surf in plenty of sunshine.




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:34  (1.3m)         High Tide:  17:24  (6.7m)


Surf Forecast for Monday 14th April 2014

Everything looks promising today with fairly light but fresh enough north going north easterly winds gently blowing offshore throughout a forecast bright and sunny spring day.
That swell should stay fairly consistent, a twelve second wave-period helping that three foot or so swell to rhythmically wash our way.
Yes, we should be able to enjoy a dry and sunny day filed with relatively clean and fun surf all day long.


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

High pressure seems set to fill in over the next few days providing dry and settled and bright weather with calm winds and blue skies.
The swell is likely to be pretty steady to start off the week, a half decent three foot swell marching in to a mid teens wave-period beat, a solid little fun swell powerful enough to break at all of our main surf breaks.
And the wind is forecast to steady itself to a more easterly going south easterly direction as we go into the week, gently blowing direct offshore, grooming those waves to perfectly shaped things.
By midweek it is likely to be only small, a foot or two at best. but it should stay bright and cheerful and pleasant enough to get you scurrying after a longboard!
Have a great week, whatever you’re doing!