When the wind calms and the water surface becomes smooth and glassy. The expression "glass-off" almost always refers to a dying onshore wind. While the surf might get glassy at any time throughout the day, "glass-off" is most often used to describe a late-afternoon condition; the longer version of the phrase is "evening glass-off."...

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