Surf Report for Wednesday 31st May 2017

At 6.10 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 feet  

Ah, we have our website back! With a massive thanks to Lawrence at Solve Media and Ben from Art of Fishing. Hopefully we can now develop and build on the existing site with an eye on the future.
In the meantime though, we have woken to another calm and tranquil day, a silver blanket of bright dullness covering us, a whisper of a south south easterly breezing offshore and a decent couple of feet of curling glass waves.
Yes it is small (tiny) right now but those gentle little waves should gradually strengthen and slowly build as the day rolls along.
We should be enjoying some half decent three foot and peeling waves by the evening glass-off! And we might even see some enjoyable sunshine later too!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

Ah, the sea is absolutely flat here this morning, smooth and glistening, twinkling and shining but about as flat as you an get outside of a swimming pool.
Ideal for a SUP session though!  

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:49  (1.6m)              High Tide:  10:28  (6.4m)

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 1st June 2017  

It could go either way today, a relatively short wavelength swell will be rolling our way, moulded and shaped by a possibly frustrating southerly wind.
That southerly wind could very easily twitch just a degree or two to the west, making for bumpier and sloppier conditions or just a few degrees to the east, sharpening and smartening those three to four foot waves.
Yep, it could go either way today and will probably do a bit of both! if you’re on it you will get some good surf, or if you only have limited time, you could just be very frustrated!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

These light breezes should carry us through the back half of the week, freshening and settling to the south west through the weekend.
With a large area of depression sliding up the Atlantic, we are likely to be seeing some thick and rolling surf arriving our way through Thursday and building into Friday.
So that pristine shaped surf of midweek will gradually be replaced by something only a little bumpier and sloppier and thicker and bigger.
If you are in a position where you can time your surf sessions to suit yourself you should get in some good, clean and building surf but if you only have fixed amounts of time then you could easily end up being quiet frustrated.
By Friday we should be seeing those waves creeping into the big size range, with four to five feet of thick and rolling swell buffeting the coast under only light breezes.
Yep it look like fun for the rest of this week!