Surf Report for Tuesday 21st April 2015

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

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Yet another fabulous day is revealing more bright and clear skies about us, the birdsong echoing through the hedgerows, the breeze non-existent, the surf shimmering in the early morning light.
Three to four feet or so of glassy and high tide ruffled peaks are unfurling across those high tide banks, not the booming barrels of yesterday (have a gander at www.thebeachlife.co.uk for some excellent water shots!) but still in the excellent range of Brit surf expectations.
Another day of really very good surf lies in wait, the sun shining down, the breeze forecast to be no more than light and staying offshore.
Stay stoked!

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Harlyn (2*):  1 foot

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There are sets of two foot waves meandering onto the high tide shorebreak a good hour or more ahead of actual high tide. And that tide is making those pleasant looking but little waves a bit unrideable. You could geta glide on the odd sets wave but it would probably be short.
As the tide drops we should see some sharper and crisper waves, still small but snappier.
But with the other side of the headland having such great surf conditions again today, that is the place to go! It’s three foot plus over there, all glassy and peeling and fun looking.
But if Harlyn is your ‘must surf’ destination, you could probably get a little one later!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:23  (0.5m)              High Tide:  20:16  (7.4m)

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Surf Forecast for Wednesday 22nd April 2015

So, how are the shoulders? A bit numb? Yep, there have been some serious paddles this week, some arm numbing rip chasers to deal with.
Well, it should be easier today.
The swell is likely to have weakened and dropped a bit.
We are likely to be enjoying some smaller but super pretty surf today, a foot or two of offshore coiffured, smart and peeling little gliders. We can probably walk out the back to catch them today, which will at least save those numb arms and shoulders and give them time to rest before the next bigger swell!

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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 again!
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 a good 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!