Surf Report for Thursday 27th September 2018

At 7.15 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

How much are you loving this!?
Another bright and chilly, clear and still, blue sky’d morning is calmly waking in the bay, moonshine gradually giving way to sunshine as a sunburst dawn hurdles the far horizon.
And a couple of feet of smooth and glassy, clean little waves are crashing onto the high tide shore break, all teasing and tempting – but you know that it will be way better if you give it time for the tide to ease out just a bit.
Yep, another fabulous day of warm and calm, sunny weather with fun and peeling surf awaits!
Enjoy! 

 

Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

Almost a foot or so of glinting and glistening surf is trying hard to be more than it is as it crests across that high tide little bank just behind the shorebreak.
But it is tiny. It is probably just about rideable on a real long board, especially in this weather but the other side of the headland has all the surf again today.
It is a great place to go for a paddle though, especially as the sun rises over that golden sand and deep blue sea.

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:52  (1.0m)              High Tide:  19:45  (7.4m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Friday 28th September 2018  

Another sunny day filled with light offshore breezes and loads of sunshine is promised for today, the surf still quite small but a fun couple of feet, the shape excellent.
The air will feel colder with that breeze now drifting down from the chillier north east but it is still offshore and that sunshine should compensate for the cooler breeze.
Yep, another fun day of surf and sun awaits!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

These calm and settled, fine conditions should take us well into the weekend, the breeze staying offshore through Saturday while a small one to two feet of prettily shaped and fun surf glides steadily into the bays all day long.
By Sunday though that breeze will have shifted to the north west, onshore everywhere on this coast and chilling the air too. But that breeze should stay light and so should not mess the surf up too much while we should continue to enjoy some fine and bright, sunny spells.
Monday is likely to be a brighter day with more north westerly breezes and a little more consistent surf.
So, a weekend of small but still fun surf is on offer with enough fine weather and small but okay surf, enough to allow us all to have an enjoyable time of it.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!