Surf Report for Tuesday 9th July 2019

At 6.20 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

Another bright and cheerful, calm summer’s day is shining bright in the bay while small but oilly and glass-smooth waves curl ashore.
No bigger than knee to waist high but immaculately shaped, those little waves should just gain a little more oomph on the rising tide.
Another longboard gliding day awaits!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

The air is quiet again at Harlyn with only the lightest of shooshes and swishes from the almost still sea to disturb the silence.
Well that and the barking of dogs before their early morning walk.
And the screeching of crows and guls.
And the diesel engine and clattering and banging of the dustbin guys.
And the roar of late-for-workers as they tear down the lanes.
And the bus.
And that car alarm in the pub car park.
But apart from that it is all calm and peace in the bay.
And anyway, who said that the countryside is a quiet place?!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:45  (1.8m)              High Tide:  11:24  (6.5m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Wednesday 10th July 2019  

We could see a little change today as the breeze switches direction.
The light northerlies that have chilled the otherwise warm and still air over the last few days should be replaced by light westerly breezes by lunchtime. And those breezes should push just a little more surf our way. It is likely to be crumblier surf and maybe just a little junkier than it has been but it should be just a little bigger too.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Light, light breezes and bright, bright sunshine should continue to cheer our visitors again this week, magnificent sunsets and lazy warm days eating up the days while the surf languishes in these calm, calm conditions.
Although we should enjoy more surfable conditions than the last few days, at least if you have a longboard available or a Softec or something similar.
Small swell lines are likely to tease their way into the bays throughout the week, one to two foot waves peaking and peeling across the banks and reefs at those moments when the tides allow. And the breezes are likely to drift more offshore through midweek, allowing those little waves to stand taller than normal making them even more attractive.
So, we can look forward to another week of lazy, summer days with some tiny surf to drift around on.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!