At 6.25 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  3 feet  

A chilly north easterly wind is galloping offshore this morning, pushing and shoving the three feet (and would have been bigger without the wind) of grey surf.
And so it’s starting out as a grey and chilly day with the threat of some wet stuff lingering but give it a few hours and it could easily be a whole different place.
The wind is likely to calm at least a little while the sun is probably going to clamber through that grey space by lunchtime too.
So this afternoon looks like it just might be more fun!

If you’re looking for today’s videos, well, Lawrence, our tech guru (Solve Web Media) has pointed out that I’m breaking our site by uploading those massive vid files direct to the site.
So they are available on Instagram and our other social streams (Twitter and the Facebook) but you might have to wait just a while before we get our site sorted to take them.



Harlyn (1*):  2 feet  

That Harlyn surf is looking frisky this morning.
It is only small but there’s lots of it and it’s all driving to the beach with that brisk north easterly wind behind it.
So if you fancy a morning playing in one to two feet of relentlessly driving surf, rolling all the way to the beach then here’s your place!




Surf Forecast for Thursday 17th May 2018  

light offshore breezes are going to be tickling the small but great shaped, summery little surf today.
A foot or two of peeling gliders should be waiting for us at all the usual spots, the sun shining, birds singing and longboards gliding.

Surf Conditions for the Middle of the Week

A mild and pleasant week lies ahead with the promise of some fine weather and, eventually some very summerish surf.
To start though we will be enjoying more north westerly breezes, only light but fresh enough to crumble the three feet or so of rolling swell.
The sunshine should help to make those waves a little more enticing, while the growing spring tides will do their bit to help too!
By midweek we mighty just be settling into a very pleasant stretch of clear nd bright weather with light offshore breezes from the south east, as well as a small but pretty and evenly spaced little swell.
And that might just take us through the weekend and beyond!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!