Surf Report for Tuesday 22nd July 2014

Constantine (1*):  1 foot

at 6.15 a.m.


It’s a little overcast this morning, a bit of a broody one, maybe even just a little sullen. It is warm too, really warm.
And the surf is still really very small!
But don’t worry too much, that sun should burn its way through all this actually quite cosy low level cloud by lunchtime, probably sooner.
The surf might take a little longer to improve.
There’s absolutely no wind, not even a breeze and so the sea surface is sheet glass right now, those little folding waves shimmering through the greyness of this early morning.
Those waves are still rideable, much more fun on a longboard, hopefully getting better with the mid afternoon tide.
Yep, it looks like another longboard gliding session in bright sunshine by high tide!


Harlyn (0*):  Flat


No, it’s still as flat as ever around here this morning, a mediterranean flatness stretching to the horizon.  It’s likely to be SUP central today, a great place to paddle but with no waves expected for a little while yet!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  08:50  (2.3m)          High Tide:  14:53  (6.0m)


Surf Forecast for Wednesday 23rd July 2014

We should see a little surf today, just a little. But a whole heap more than there has been!
A couple of feet of clean and sweet little surf should be rolling our way throughout the day. As always, we are going to have to be watching and waiting to get the best out of these conditions but we should be enjoying some half decent shortboardable surf, building slowly through the day with light, light offshore breezes and some brilliant sunshine at least for a while.


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Another wonderful week of fine and bright, calm and sunny weather is waiting for us but with not that much in the way of surf.
To start with.
It might be midweek before you can reach for the short board with any conviction but by then there should be some still small but super clean and very surfable, fun waves.
Until then we are going to have to grovel it out in mainly knee high and lazy little peelers. All in beautifully bright and sunny weather probably but still with only tiny waves to ride!
So it’s going to be a it of a wait for some surf. Let’s drag out the SUPs for a paddle or grab a snorkel and go for a swim. The water is lovely and warm (18 deg C) and still warming up!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!