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Surf Report for Wednesday 5th April 2017 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

At 7.15 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  4 to 5 feet.  

A bright and cheery dawn has woken us today, the sky blue and the sun shining bright while the odd bundle of fluffy white cloud drifts along the horizon.
The surf is wintery looking with deep and dark blue, smooth faced waves cresting high in the morning sun. Four to five feet of hollow caverns are reeling off in the almost offshore, north north easterly breeze.
It is just about low tide and so you have to think that things should improve with the incoming tide – as long as the breeze remains light and offshore.
It might just be worth trying to get in sooner rather than later!  


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

Barely a foot or two of chopped and slopped, weak looking little waves are sloshing onto the sand at low tide here this morning, the blue sky bright, the choppy sea dark.
It is beautiful here this morning but there ain’t no surf to ride!  

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  20:02  (2.3m)              High Tide:  13:25  (5.7m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 6th April 2017  

As high pressure takes control, a superlight and mainly offshore breeze is forecast for today, the surf expected to be smaller but conditions threatening to be gorgeous.
It could be very pleasant indeed!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

A thick and lumpy, fast moving and windswept swell is going to growl its way in to start off this week!
The fresh south westerly, Harlyn friendly winds of Monday are quickly being replaced by a gusting north westerly wind, making a mess of the five or six foot surf through Tuesday.
And then conditions should settle.
By midweek we can expect lighter breezes, still from the north to start with but eventually shifting north eastern (offshore), as high pressure conditions settle in.
Smaller but much cleaner and more organised surf should continue to dance our way throughout the rest of the week, the breezes light, the weather set fine and the surf enticing.
Yep, we should be in for a good week once these fronts pass by!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!