Manly snaps

Really long waits for the rare waist plus set at mid Steyne.

Waves around this morning

Hello Friends, Yesterday’s south pulse stuck around last night and though it’s off its peak, there were shoulder to head high set wave faces to be had at the better exposures. Plus, it was glassy before 0800. Swell at sea was 2.5 metres at a touch under 8 seconds apart from 174° as of 0710. […]

More grey than blue

High tide softening a little south wind swell along the Manly stretch at 0900. Surface conditions were smooth but water continues to look murky. A touch of cool too under high overcast skies. Wind still SW when I got to Dee Why around 0930. Sets were shoulder plus along the beach and it was relatively […]

Beautiful morning with small waves

Cloud around the edges but clear over the beaches with smooth conditions and light winds as Friday gets started. We had a 1.6m high tide at 0710, so waves were looking quite fat and full. Faces on sets were in the waist to chest plus range. More pics soon…

Pretty skies, little clean waves

Doing the Manly to Dee Why jaunt, so herewith a few snaps. Manly was not super busy given how approachable the conditions were. It was glassy with waist to chest high sets along 0830. Waves were pretty soft, so not a day for the high performance option in your quiver. South end of Curly was […]

Smoky Sunday surf

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Hello Friends, Checked beaches from Manly to Dee Why this smokey morning and as of 0730-0800 the 10-sec 1.6 metre SSE swell was producing consistent chest to head plus wave faces at optimally aligned stretches. Biggest was Curly, but Longy was in the same league (see pics). Manly and Dee Why beach and the point […]

A few piccies for you

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1000 UPDATE: Perfect conditions wind wise and the 80% chance of rain doesn’t look like applying this morning. North Steyne to Queenscliff was knee to chest and not super consistent, but unlike Curly and Dee Why, it actually had a few banks. Dee Why beach was a riot of pretty shutdowns and the point was […]