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Mon 18th Feb 2013 9:00amConstantinesurf's Constantine Surf Report

5ft Strong Offshore wind * * * *
Surf conditions at 7.20 a.m. on Monday 18th February 2013: The wind has died back just a little through the night but it is still blowing fresh offshore this morning. And the surf is still pumping through, pushing hard against that wind and winning. There are some really decent sized set waves booming through from way outside every now and again, throwing hollow lefts and hollow rights and hollow in-betweens all over the place! Another bright and cheerful morning is upon us and the surf is lining up and spinning hollow at five feet to six feet to occasionally way bigger than that! Yep, it is pretty glorious this morning, let's hope that the wind doesn't wind itself up too much! And with the school half term holidays upon us the kids are going to be frothing in these conditions. So to celebrate the groms being on the loose, we are doing a little 'GROM SALE!' No, we're not selling the little beggars, we are reducing all of our Grom lines by 25%!! So, if the little surfer in your life is keen, then now is the time to check out our boards, wetsuits, boots and gloves, clothing and all sorts! We're open daily from 10 till 4 so drop in on us this week! WWW.CONSTANTINESURF.COM is the place to go for our early bird SURF REPORT for Constantine Bay and Harlyn Bay as well as the surf forecast for tomorrow and the week ahead! Click on over and check out our shop while browsing images and info from the area. WWW.CONSTANTINESURF.COM
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6ft
13secs 255°
24 36
mph
SE - Offshore - 125° Sunny 7c
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