Surf Report for Wednesday 25th March 2020

At 6.50 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  4 to 6 feet  

The sun is shining again this morning, the sky is clear, the breeze is whispering offshore and the surf is still pumping!
A steady south easterly breeze is hollowing out the four to five feet of curling and looping waves as they bounce onto the high tide banks. It’s not quite the classic HTC of old but it’ll do.
And as the tide eases its way back down the beach it should only improve too.

We have also received a couple of messages pointing out that we maybe shouldn’t be putting up the Surf Report right now, which, after seeing how busy it has been at some surf spots yesterday, I am kind of in agreement with.
But then a lot more people have said to keep it up as it cheers them up if they can’ get here.
So, whaddya reckon?
Surf Report – Yes or No?

Remember though; #staysafe #stayhome – if you can’t walk there do you really need to be there?  

 

Harlyn (2*):  2 to 3 feet  

Harlyn is a pretty relaxed and pleasant place o be this morning with a light breeze drifting across the bay and a couple to three feet of lazy looking but not unpleasant surf rolling onto the high tide bank.
It will sharpen up and maybe drop a little in size too as the tide drops out but there should be little waves for most of the day improving a lot on the afternoon tide.
Remember though; #staysafe #stayhome – if you can’t walk there do you really need to be there?  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:30  (0.9m)              High Tide:  18:20  (6.9m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 26th March 2020  

A colder north easterly breeze will replace those mild south easterlies of the last few days but otherwise it should continue to be essentially pretty much the same with three feet of offshore shaped, clean and pleasant surf along with plenty of dry and sunny weather.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Nature might be playing a slightly cruel joke on us over the next little while as the weather settles into a very pleasant, bright and springlike pattern for a good little while.
And just as we all settle into this strange new routine of self distancing and isolation.
South easterly breezes should continue to brush against the sea, a new and solid little groundswell expected to arrive through Tuesday morning to provide a more than decent three to four feet of very well spaced and peeling waves all day long.
That swell should last well into the end of the week, the offshores remaining all week long as a lot of long awaited sunshine hopefully provides some feeling of well being along with a little flush of vitamins.
But don’t forget to keep your distance if you are tempted out!
Stay safe and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!