Surf Report on Thursday 25th June 2020

At 6.15 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  4 to 6 feet 

These cloudless skies and windless warm mornings are continuing to delight, that same chunky swell throwing four to five feet plus of thick and juicy waves onto the beach.
The tides are playing a big part in getting the best out of the surf this week, dictating where and when the magic unfolds. Some of the guys have been having the best surf of their lives this week while others are just enjoying the warmth and brightness of these summer days. It’s all depending on when and where you might get in!  
Right now the air is still and those waves are glassy and bowling. Sea breezes will kick in around lunchtime but the surf should still be clean enough to continue being excellent.
Another glorious day awaits!
Enjoy!

 

Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet 

The Harlyn car park is already busy this morning, the front row already filling.
And when the sea is that blue and sun is that bright and the sky is that clear, who wouldn’t want to share in it!
A couple to three feet of surf is rolling into the bay as well, enough to keep all the board riders happy and bathers too.
Yep, we have another fabulous day ahead of us at Harlyn!   

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:19  (1.5m)              High Tide:  08:58  (6.8m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Friday 26th June 2020 

South westerly breezes are going to make themselves felt today, bringing in some damper weather but they should stay light enough to allow the main surf breaks to continue to attract.
With a smaller but still three foot plus swell rolling through it looks like a pleasant enough day, if not with that searing heat of the last few days.   

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

Westerly winds are going to be bringing some damper and cooler weather our way through the weekend but with only a little luck we should see most of the wet stuff falling overnight.
So a blustery Saturday should show a mixed up three to four feet of more localised windswell bowling into the bays, the waves being smaller Harlyn but probably being the most attractive.
That wind might ease a little on Sunday but it is likely to slip to the north west as well, making for sloppier conditions everywhere. But hopefully there will be no more than a breeze, so we are probably going to be bouncing around in three feet of sloppy surf at any of our main surf breaks.
Stay safe, stay happy and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!