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Surf Report for Wednesday 1st July 2015 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

Constantine (3*):  6 to 8 feet

at 6.05 a.m:


A silver grey sky is enveloping us this morning, side lit by striking sunlight filtered through that low level cloud.
And the surf is roaring!
A thick and Autumn looking swell is prowling the Reef, four to five feet of lumbering waves with six to eight feet sets crushing the lineup.  It’s still unsure of itself, some peaks over there, some lines sliding across the rip, all a bit erratic. That is just off high tide and so it should all improve with more space as the tide drops, except for the fact that the wind is likely to strengthen a little and swing to the south west, onshore.
So, there’s a whole heap of swell but the tide and wind and sand shape just aren’t doing it here. There must be a dozen places close enough that will be breaking fantastically well so it could well be worth a little surfer today!
In the meantime let’s have a little look at Harlyn…



Harlyn (3*):  3 to 5 feet


Some thick and heavy rolling set waves are pushing in here this morning as the tide eases off high.
It’s one of those three to four foot days with the occasional much bigger set thumping through. Those set waves are closing out but that’s a combination of the tide and Harlyn being Harlyn. As the south west wind settles in and clears the air, we should start to see some hollow waves grinding across the sand while the underlying swell is forecast to weaken just a little through the day.
Yep, there should be some fun surf to ride here today!
It’s going to be warm too!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:58  (1.4m)              High Tide:  17:51  (7.1m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 2nd July 2015

Light, light winds and a still solid, three foolish swell should keep us all happy again today.
The wind is forecast to be onshore, westerly but it should be so light through most of the day that we should be able to enjoy clean and glassy surf, certainly in the morning and evening. The sea breeze effect might be very noticeable with an onshore blowing up through the afternoon.
Three feet and mainly clean surf in this lovely warm weather will do though!


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

More light winds and clear, clear sunshine are expected this week with some really very pleasant surf too!
That thumping and booming swell is likely to peak on Wednesday morning, getting into the big range before settling down through the back half of the week.
Thursday should bring some still steady surf along with very light onshores, the sea breezes making more of a mess of things through the afternoon before the evening glass off while Friday is looking fun with a couple of feet of still decent little swell rolling in against a light offshore breeze.
And then the weekend looks set to be fun as well with a slight rebuild in swell along with mainly light south westerly winds.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!