Surf Report for Thursday 26th May 2016

At 6.35 a.m:

Constantine (4*):  3 feet

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Another fabulous morning is unfolding about us, the breeze light and still offshore, the sky clear and bright and the surf rolling in!
Three feet of peeling and peaking swell lines are shimmering into the bay a good couple of hours ahead of high tide, a smooth paddle out with big spaces between those deep blue waves and big gaps between the rhythmic sets.
The swell is likely to weaken as the day rolls on but we should continue to enjoy some classic conditions, that evasive combination of swell, breeze, weather and beach contours working a happy synchronicity and appealing to everyone who enjoys the sea.
Yep, it’s another one of those days, so go grab yourself a wave!

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Harlyn (1*):  1 foot.

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It’s pretty small around here again this morning with barely six inches to a foot of dribbled glass ripples splashing the shore.
It is fantastically beautiful in the shimmering early morning light of a promising spring day but there ain’t much in the way of waves to ride!
It’s the other side again today and it is fabulous over there too!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:12  (1.5m)              High Tide:  08:49  (6.5m)

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Surf Forecast for Friday 26th May 2016

Smaller conditions are likely to greet us today, a foot or two of still gorgeously shaped and shimmering surf but really very small.
After a lazy start, the weather should end up being fine with plenty of sunshine expected again but it could be time to drag the longboard out or maybe try riding something different on those little waves today.
It is likely to be only in the one to two foot range but it should still be peeling and still be fun!

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Surf Conditions for the Holiday Weekend

Light, light breezes along with loads of sunny and bright weather should make this holiday weekend a fun-at-the-beach one!
The surf is likely to have weakened from those glorious waves of midweek but there should still be plenty to get going on! Gorgeously shaped, if very small waves should welcome the weekend visitors on Saturday morning, the sky clear and the breeze very light and still offshore. Sea breezes are likely to breeze in onshore through the afternoon but other than that it should be fabulous day!
Sunday too should be fine, maybe with a few more clouds through early afternoon but overall pretty bright and with fun but small, maybe one foot wave to glide across.
And then Monday is likely to be an action replay but maybe becoming more overcast as the day goes on.
So, a very pleasant bank holiday weekend lies in wait, the surf a little smaller than we would choose but big enough to get going on and with continuing mainly good weather!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!