Surf Report for Sunday 14th September 2014

Constantine (2*):  1 foot

at 6.50 a.m.

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It’s a calm and peaceful morning this morning, which just as well after that beautiful wedding of Frances and Will‘s yesterday (and dancing in a TeePee till the wee small hours after a day of curling and folding, peeling waves too!), huge good luck to both of you for ever
Anyway, the surf is smaller today, as expected, still very surfable, still looking like a whole load of fun but probably nowhere near as good as the far coast.
There’s a decent foot of sheet glass, peaking and peeling little reelers promising a fast slide to shore, especially on a longboard.
The sky is a bit lazy too, a widespread light haze is just clinging to that big sky, the gentle offshore breeze not shifting it just yet, but it will.
Yep, there’s a fun day out there waiting but we’re probably not going to get much more than a relaxing longboard glide on this coast today!

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Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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There’s nothing happening around here this morning with only shin high and wobbly little ripples rolling ashore.
It is beautiful once again but not great for surfing!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:01  (1.6m)            High Tide: 09:35  (6.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Monday 15th September 2014

And another quiet and peaceful, calm and relaxed day awaits with little in the way of surf to interest us on this coast agin.
There’s likely to be barely a foot or so clean and sparkling little surf breaking but it is only going to be very small. The other coast is having all the action at the moment!

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

It looks as though we are in for at least a few days of maybe quite frustrating surf conditions on this stretch of coastline.
All the swell generating action is down off the Bay of Biscay, a thousand miles away on the other side of the Cornish Peninsula. The South Coast is having a field day but there’s not as much swell as we would like getting all the way around Land’s End.
So while the wind conditions stay light and offshore creating beautiful conditions and the weather stays calm and bright enough and sunny enough, there’s unlikely to be much in the way of surf locally for a few days yet.
Get the longbaords out, Summer is not over just yet!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!