At 6.45 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 4 to 6 feet
The boom and crash of six feet of exploding surf is breaking the silence of a chilly but still and calm morning down in the bay today.
Bright Spring sunshine is spreading across the bays and headlands while those crunching swells are happily ignored by chatty seabirds as they fuss and flutter in search of breakfast.
It’s some kind of a special morning for surf and weather, those surf report sites reaching for their 5-Star score cards as you reach for that freeze-dried wetsuit!
And; last chance if you’re keen but hesitating!:
WE ARE STILL HIRING!!
We have been slowly rebuilding this year’s Shop Crew but we still have the odd space available if you’re keen!?
Have you ever thought of helping with the running of a popular ‘core’ surf store?
Have you felt that you want to stretch your full potential?
Do you get excited by the idea of offering the best customer service to other surfers?!
Well, we still have just one vacancy within our team!
This is a rare opportunity for someone with the passion and desire to join the Constantine Bay Surf Store crew and make a difference!
Drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know your interest and for the full package of info!
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We look forward to meeting you!
Harlyn (3*): 3 to 4 feet
The waves at Harlyn are hesitating as the early morning high tide decides to ease its way out, a decent three or four feet and maybe bigger of slow moving surf being slowed and dragged by that bay full of water.
With a light south easterly wind promised along with a steady rolling swell, that dropping tide will soon sharpen those waves into something smoother and cleaner and more certain.
Today could be a good day in the bay!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 12:01 (0.8m) High Tide: 17:50 (7.2m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 19th March 2022
The wind is likely to strengthen from the east south east today, blowing hard offshore into three feet of pushing swell. And so it’s going to be a battle of wind versus swell again, that wind probably winning, if only by a bit and reducing the swell power and size as the day goes on. So, it’s going to be the early birds who score the best surf today I think, but remember that the tide might be too high if you’re too early!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
So, as the days suddenly decide to last longer than the nights, some nice weather, surf cleaning winds and rolling swells decide to remind us exactly why we all pursue this madness, this thing called surfing.
We are looking at a weekend filled with sunshine and waves and offshore winds (and how often can I say that and keep a straight face!?) as well as brightening evenings and earlier starts.
That wind might actually blow a little too hard offshore through Saturday, pushing hard against an otherwise pleasant and solid three foot swell. But a new, fresh swell should start pushing back through that wind during the afternoon, spinning hollow waves left, right and straight on for us older guys (!).
And so that swell should continue to push through calming offshores on a very sunny looking Sunday, spinning a pleasant three feet of fun, fun, fun surf all day long.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!