Surf Report for Maundy Thursday 18th April 2019

At 6.45 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  3 feet  

A pleasant and calm, slightly milder Spring morning is cheering us up this morning, the breeze light, the sky lightly overcast and the surf skipping onto the beach as the tide starts to ease its way out.
A very pleasant and enticing three feet of glass smooth and peeling, peaking waves are gliding across the usual breaks this morning, beckoning and calling, promising a sun filled day of super smooth surf ahead of us!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

Only small waves are managing to tumble into Harlyn this morning. As the tide eases its way out, barely a foot or so of fairly weak looking, crumbly little surf is managing to break onto the hardened sand.
There might be enough to entertain the school holiday groms on this afternoon’s tide but the other side is where the surf is again today. It is gorgeous and peaceful and tranquil here today but there’s not a lot of surf again.   

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:56  (0.5m)              High Tide:  17:47  (7.3m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Good Friday, 19th April 2019  

Light offshores are likely to be making the small but perfectly formed little surf a little more appealing again today.
Probably more in the knee to waist high range but peeling and shimmering, longboards and buoyant ones are going to be the way forward today!  

Surf Conditions for Easter Weekend  

Are you ready for the long holiday weekend ahead!?
Well the surf and weather certainly seem to be combining to produce an epic one!
With high pressure cosying up to us and some deep depressions lurking out in the Atlantic sea are likely to see that steady and rhythmic groundswell grow into something quite special!
The breezes are set light and offshore, eventually settling in from the south east while the swell gradually builds throughout the weekend.
So Friday’s surf will start out small but immaculate, the breeze offshore the sun bright while Saturday should see some more shoulder to head high swells spinning through the offshore breeze, peaking into overhead and still immaculately gorgeous conditions all day long on Easter Sunday.
Easter Monday will see only slightly smaller swell but with the same fabulous weather with continuing light offshores.
I hope that you’re ready for it, you should enjoy some serious water time this Easter weekend!!
Have a great Easter weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing and don’t forget the sunblock!