Surf Report for Tuesday 14th October 2014

Constantine (0*):  Flat to 1 foot

at 7.35 a.m.


Well, that was fun, great waves, great weather, great people, great food and great drink
And France was good too!
So, back to the reality of an early Autumn day on the north coast of Cornwall, a relaxed and mild, bright enough Autumn day though.
The wind gentle and drifting from the northish, putting a little ruffle on the silver surface of the sea, making the view look chillier than it actually is, gently moving the pale clouds down the horizon.
The surf isn’t all that.
It’s kind of flat with the odd knee-high teaser sliding onto that smart looking little bank to the side of the Reef. It’s not worth travelling for, it’s not even worth putting yourself out for in any way but there is that fun looking little glint to it if you’re already there, with the right board and some time and a little enthusiasm.
Shin to knee-high gliders in some still warmish water. The tide is going to play its part too though!


Harlyn (0*):  Flat


Nah, it’s flat around here today!
All glinting and glistening and empty and peaceful and relaxing but pretty much flat. You can leave the board at home today if you’re aiming this way, or skip merrily over the headland for a tiny longboard glide maybe?

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:14  (2.2m)            High Tide:  09:47  (6.5m)


Surf Forecast for Wednesday 15th October 2014

Have you not seen the forecasts?
It could be a great day to make a time-lapse little video of the beaches today. You can expect it to be almost flat first thing in the morning, leaping up in size through the day. By evening we should be enjoying some mountainous surf! Well, a very decent six to eight feet plus maybe!
The wind shouldn’t be too strong but it is going to be steady and blowing from the south west.
So, harlyn it is then!
And big and bowling it’s going to be!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

We’re in for a week of booming surf with a deep and deepening low pressure system out there generating some thick and steady swells that will travel our way.
Six to eight to ten feet of powerful, more wintery kind of swells are going to push their way onto our surf breaks, a steady, sometimes strong south, sou’ westerly wind supporting those swells all the way.
Our sheltered spots are going to be the draw this week, Harlyn in particular but with a few other breaks starting to shine too. And if you want a little adventure there are going to be tucked away little breaks all up and down the coast with their very own little characteristics!
Yep, we are in for a surf drenched week of booming waves!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!