Constantine (4*): 2 to 4 feet
at 6.35 a.m:
So, occasionally it does all come together!
Not quite yet, the tide is a little too high, well, seven and a half metres of high pretty much right about now.
But give it a couple of hours or so and it could just be surfing bliss!
The swells are gliding into the bay, a massive wave-period showing wide open spaces between those sharp swell lines, a light offshore breeze gently caressing those set waves as they leap and curl in the early morning sunshine.
All we need now is a few dolphins and, oh, there goes a porpoise!
And the scene is set for a fabulous day of sun and waves down at any of your favourite surf breaks today.
The whole coastline should be glittering and glistening all day long today, so why not pack a sandwich, grab your favourite board, maybe squeeze out a little sunblock and get on down!
Harlyn (1*): 1 to 2 feet
There are tiny little waves snapping ashore at pretty much bang on high tide this morning.
It is bright and cheery, if a little chilly in the early morning light, the air still and those little waves sparkling.
But it’s the other side that has the surf this morning, so far anyway.
The swell should be building through today and so we are probably going to be seeing some swell lines starting to swing in here this afternoon. Only small but allowing an option as the other side of the headland increases in size.
It is going to be rocking over there today but there could;d be a few snappy ones getting in here by this evening.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:01 (0.2m) High Tide: 18:52 (7.6m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 20th April 2015
It could be a bit of a magic Monday today!
Three to four feet of smooth and well travelled, solid swell should be gliding into the continuing light offshore breeze.
All of our surf breaks should be exposing today offering you a choice of all sorts of waves to be ridden.
That sunshine is always nice too!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
A week filled with smooth and strong swells, light offshore breezes and heaps of Spring sunshine is lying in wait for us this week!
A five star feast of surf straight off the ‘Ideal Surf’ menu is pretty much guaranteed, well, at least for a day or two.
A rolling three foot plus swell should be pulsing into our bays and coves for abroad few days, the wind light and offshore under this settled high pressure system, the sunshine smiling all the time.
It’s a rare thing to enjoy that happy combination of swell, tide, wind and weather, all coinciding with decently shaped little sandbars but this could just be the week for it!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!