Constantine (3*):  3 ft

It’s a bright and cheery morning, the gentle wind filled with the music of early morning birdsong.
The wind is light, not much more than a breeze gently blowing in from the west, maybe the west north west, while the sun is cheerily clambering over the horizon to brighten our morning.
The surf is happily rolling in, three feet of pleasant looking, fun surf, a little bumpy and uneven from that wind but very okay.
We are an hour or two away from low tide and so you have to think that it should all be nicer later on this morning when the tide has returned and there’s a bit more drive to the swell along with some shelter from the breeze.
HTC is on the cards for midday!
And so we should all find some fun surf in this welcome, bright sunshine.


Harlyn (1*):  1 – 2 ft


It’s all a bit yukky surf wise around here this morning.
That bright sunrise is shining down the valley and lighting up an otherwise dark and messy, small mix of sloppy surf. There’s only a couple of feet or so of close together surf, standing taller off the Rock but unpredictably shuffling across the beach when it’s breaking.
That’s an hour or so off low tide , so it might improve a little on the incoming tide. The wind is forecast to slip just a little back to the south west but there’s no real swell producer out there other than the local wind and so it’s unlikely that we are going to see much if any increase in size.
No, I think that the other side has it today, three feet and a bit sloppy is preferable to one to two feet and only choppy.



Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  07:59  (2.7m)       High Tide:  14:05  (5.3m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 10th April 2014

It is looking like another bright and cheery day with small surf and very light breezes.
We can expect a couple of feet or so of fairly clean morning surf, the sea breezes kicking in through lunch time and causing more crumbly surf for the afternoon.
Longboard and fFish fun are on the cards for today!


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

The week started out as a damp ‘n breezy one with fresh westerly winds buffeting the coast and swirling the surf.  But the sun is starting to take control while that wind is shifting back and fore between the north and the west, onshore at most places but light enough to maybe get away with it for most of the time.  
There’s a steady three foot swell being carried our way by that wind, a rolling swell that  should produce some fun and very surf able two to three foot waves over the next few days.  
All of the main breaks should be seeing enough surf to get going on, maybe getting a little crumbly and sloppy through the afternoons, cleaner in the mornings and evenings.  Harlyn should just about have waves too, only a foot or two at most and not as clean as you would like it but maybe big enough and clean enough and fun enough for Harlyn fans.
  So a week of fun surf and pleasant and bright enough weather awaits, a typical early spring week really, once that north chill has disappeared from the wind!
 Have a great week, whatever you’re doing!