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Surf Report for Wednesday 29th June 2016 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

At 6.45 a.m:

Constantine (1*):  2 to 3 feet


Summer was nice while it lasted wasn’t it? But now it seems as though we are plunged back into winter!
There’s a forceful wind blasting into the bay this morning, all blustery and noisy and in a hurry and, of course, trashing the surf!
The two to three feet of weak looking and windblown surf is being dragged up the beach by that rain sodden and blustering blow.
There ain’t no surf worth riding here this morning, so let’s have a little look at Harlyn…….



Harlyn (2*):  1 foot.


Small but sweetly shaped little waves are washing ashore here this morning, the wind gusting strongly offshore and so holding up those little waves until the last moment before they topple and spill to shore.
It’s a bit of a dismal view across the rain lashed sand to those tiny little waves but there are some rideable and glideable little one to two foot snappers that should turn into something better by later out there.
Give it an hour or two and it could just be well worth a wet, especially if this wind eases up a little!




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:40  (2.1m)              High Tide:  13:10  (6.2m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 30th June 2016

A three to four foot swell should be bolstered by a still fresh westerly wind. So the main surf breaks are going to be sloppy and junky again but Harlyn and other sheltered spots should be clean enough if still quite small.
A couple to three feet of maybe a little wishy washy Harlyn awaits!


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

This week looks like it’s going to be another windy and damp one with a lot of mixed up and chopped out surf rolling our way.
Monday’s north westerly wind soon shifted to the south west by Tuesday, strengthening through Wednesday to quite a stormy blow. At least that will improve the size of those windblown waves while allowing Harlyn a chance to show itself through midweek.
So that three foot swell is likely to double in size as we go through the week, the south westerly wind making for choppy conditions at the exposed breaks but keeping things clean at Harlyn.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!