Good Harbor Beach Gloucester Surf Report

Good Harbor Beach Gloucester Surf Report

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MONDAY JUNE 1

GHB SURF REPORT

SURF: Teeny tiny SE background swell in the shin to maybe knee high range builds a notch or two through the day with some thigh plus waves this afternoon. Clean conditions this morning and then S onshore in the afternoon. The lifeguards are back so no surfing 9-5 at GHB. Here are the guidelines for Gloucester Beaches in the age of COVID-19.

WIND: NW switching S 10-15
AIR: 60°
WATER: 45°
HIGH TIDE: 7:42am / 8:14pm
LOW TIDE: 1:28am / 1:54pm
SUNRISE: 5:08am
SUNSET: 8:15pm

FORECAST: Tiny swell Tuesday and Wednesday. Microwaves for the end of the week...

TROPICS: Tropical season officially starts today!

SURFARI SHOP NEWS

SURFING WITH COVID-19: Lessons and rentals are currently on hold at Surfari. Surf your home break, now is not the time to travel for waves. Try to surf alone or at an absolute minimum of six feet from other surfers. If a peak gets too crowded, paddle down the beach to find your own space even if the waves aren't as good. After you are done surfing, pack up and go home... we are all human and crave social interaction but hanging out in the lot après surf to talk story is a no go in this day and age. Please stay safe everyone, throw plenty of smiles and shakas from a distance and remember that we are all in this together.

GLOUCESTER SHOP: New OluKai sandals and water shoes! Fresh batch of Softech and Torq Surfboards in the shop along with new Surfari T's and shorts! If you need anything, please call and leave a message, shoot us an email/message or buy it off of our website. We offer FREE delivery within 10 miles of the shop, can ship (except boards) if you live further away and offer curbside pickup when we are in the shop. We are fixing dings down in the board dungeon. We are not running surf lessons or rentals at the current time.

CAPE ANN SURFERS UNION: Next step... meeting with DPW head Mike Hale and City Councilor Scott Memard to dial in a regulation change has been pushed back to spring 2021.