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Surf Report forMonday 14th July 2014 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

Constantine (2*):  2 ft

at 6.20 a.m.


It looks like another slow start to the day with a dull sky above us, a light onshore wind and a lazy looking couple of feet of surf rolling into the bay.
The wind is from the west sou’ west, strong enough to ruffle those swell lines but not chopping things out too badly.
I’m guessing that it will all brighten up by lunchtime, before maybe deteriorating again through this afternoon with a bit of rain later.
But the wind should stay light enough to allow the lines to keep their shape while putting that bump onto the wave faces.
So, as I sit here watching peeling lines drifting into Jeffreys Bay, South Africa online at, I know that the best that we can look forward to surfing locally is a couple of feet of broken and bumpy summer slop!
But that’ll do as our water temperaure nudges 18 deg C.


Harlyn (0*):  Flat to 1ft


It’s almost flat around here an hour or two ahead of high tide, little lumps of waves washing ashore, shadowing outside and then just washing onto the beach.
It should be a foot or so as the tide drops out making the other side the place to aim for. It’s a half decent couple of feet over there.

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:56  (0.6m)           High Tide:  19:52  (7.8m)


Surf Forecast for Tuesday 15th July 2014

It could just be okay today with a weak but bigger, three foolish plus swell and only very light winds.
A westerly breeze is expected to kick off the day with a close-fetch three feet of bumpyish but very okay surf. We should also be enjoying some bright and shiny sunshine for most of the day too!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

South westerly winds are set to start the week, eventually clearing the skies of those dark clouds as well as pushing in some mixed up windswell.
So, a close-fetch and mixed up little swell is the most that we can hope for for maybe the first few days of the week with the chance of something better starting to take shape from midweek onwards.
Very light onshore winds are going to be around for at least a day or two, almost unnoticeable first thing, developing into onshore sea breezes through midday.
Yep, the surf is unlikely to get much bigger than okay but smallish this week, So keep hold of that Fish or Funboard, well anything floaty and forgiving, that’s the sort of board that will allow these waves to be enjoyable over the next few days!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!