At 7.05 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  2 to 3 feet.

A bright and pleasant morning is lighting the coast this morning, the breeze light, the sky bright and the sea a deep, deep blue.
And it looks like there could be a fun little wave to surf on later. The tide is super high right now, an almost 8 metre high with an onshore breeze behind it but there looks to be couple or three feet of swell hidden in the depths.
Give it an hour and we should be enjoying some fun and summery looking little surf. Not that sharp and smart stuff, the breeze is from the west and so there’s going to be at least a little wobble to it but there should be enough shape to be more than worth a wet! And how warm is the water right now!

Harlyn (1*):  0 to 1 foot.

The tide is super high right now and so it’s hiding those tiny waves the are getting into the bay.
Swell lines are shadowing their way through the deeps though, probably indicating a little more swell than you would think at first.
The breeze is forecast to veer a little more south westerly as we go along and so there might just be a foot or so of clean and sharp surf to ride later. Tiny but maybe very pretty!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:34  (0.5m)              High Tide:  19:27  (7.9m)


Surf Forecast for Monday 19th September 2016

The wind is forecast to breeze in from the north nor’ east today. Put that together with a predicted three foot, low teens wave-period groundswell and it could just be fun!
We might even be enjoying some more fine weather too!

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week


As always, the wind is going to have a big impact on the surf conditions this week, starting out northerly, swinging southerly through midweek before settling more westerly through the end of the week.
With a pretty steady three feet of reasonably strong swell predicted to be rolling our way throughout, we should be enjoying some moments of really good surf!
Monday could see some clean and offshore conditions if that wind stays that degree or two to the east from north, Tuesday seeing maybe a little more onshore, westerly, wind creeping in but going north easterly again by evening.
Midweek could bring some more clean conditions with a south easterly cleaning the surf up through Wednesday morning. But only for a few hours, those Westerlies will be blowing by afternoon!
And then south westerlies will push our way to end the week, maybe building some extra size into the surf, enough to show something at Harlyn!
So, it all looks quite promising but you’re going to have to be on it to get the best out of this week’s conditions!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!