Solid numbers

Posted by: on July 12th, 2009

Hello Friends,

Swell power setting ramped through the day on Sunday. It was around the 10 sec mark at dark last night and is now sitting on a juicy 12 seconds. Average size at sea went from 1.5 metres yesterday lunchtime to just on two metres now. Direction is pretty much dead east. Interestingly it seems to be the same from Eden to Byron.

Low tide was around 0600 and therefore high is just after noon.

I’m waiting for enough light to go grab some piccies… in the meantime, if you want a good idea of what went on at south and North Narrabeen yesterday, have a squiz at my personal site for shooting sessions from this weekend.

# North Narrabeen – Sun 12 July 2009 – 1405-1540
# Sth Narrabeen/Gardens – Sun 12 July 2009 1015-1050
# North Narrabeen – Sun 12 July 2009 – 1120-1200
# Manly – 11 July 2009 – 1115-1145
# Curl Curl – 11 July 2009 – 1030-1100
# Gardens (Sth Narrabeen) 11 July 09 – 0900-0950
# North Narrabeen – 11 July 09 – 0830-0900

The Bureau sez

Sydney Coastal Waters, Broken Bay to Port Hacking and 60nm seawards:
Monday until midnight: Wind: W/NW 13/18 knots reaching 20/25 knots offshore at times.Sea: about 1.5 metres inshore, reaching 2 to 2.5 metres offshore.Swell: E about 2 metres
Tuesday: Wind: W’ly 15/20 knots. Sea: 1.5 to 2 metres.Swell: E 1.5 to 2 metres.
Wednesday: Wind: W/NW 10/20 knots ahead of an afternoon/evening SW change 10/15 knots.

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