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Surf Report for Thursday 11th September 2014 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

Constantine (0*):  Flat

at 7.00 a.m.


Another still and calm, peaceful morning is being illuminated by that fat sun dawn, the Harvest Moon still lounging over the Reef.
There’s not a ripple to worry the sea surface, barely a breeze to stir, that stillness everywhere.
We’re not going to get a surf in, not here, not today! Well, it might just be worth a little look later this afternoon, just to see if ether’s anything showing from that low beneath Biscay. It’s probably a bit soon but might be worth a look.
In the meantime, grab yourself a SUP and a bikini and enjoy yet another stunningly beautiful day!


Harlyn (0*):  Flat


There’s absolutely no discernible movement in that water this morning, not a ripple not a wash. It’s a deep water tidal movement, a massive seven and a half metres in one tide with no spillage.
That’s flat!
What a wonderful day for a paddle if you have the time!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:03  (0.4m)            High Tide:  19:57  (7.9m)



Surf Forecast for Friday 12th September 2014

So, do you think that we’ll see any swell yet?
We might. That low pressure system has been breathing wind on the water for a week or so now. Those little waves should have trawled their way up the French coastline and wandered around the tip of Cornwall by now I hope. But it is only likely to be small surf, to start.
Yep, we should see a foot or two of squeaky clean little surf by lunchtime today – depending on when you have your lunch!
In these wonderful conditions that will do!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

There’s a low pressure system down to the south and it’s deepening. Anchoring itself off Spain and Portugal, the winds should send at least some swell up to the Cornish Peninsula and it has been there a day or three already!
So, a small swell might just start showing itself as the week winds down, still tiny maybe but possibly very rideable.
Those offshores are forecast for pretty much the entire week and into the weekend, along with those big blue skies and enough sunshine to keep everybody happy.
We will still be lucky to see a wave break over knee-high just yet but Autumn is knocking on our door though and with its arrival there should be loads of surf yet to come.
So, Keep your eyes on that low pressure system which is trying to develop down in Biscay, it could be sending some very pleasant waves our way before week’s end – if it continues to deepen!
In the meantime, let’s enjoy this wonderful weather and drag those logs down for a longboard slide across any tiddlers that do decide to break!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!