At 7.25 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 2 feet
A dark and brooding sky is attempting to shun dawn this morning with deep bundles of damp looking cloud loitering out on the horizon, a silken veil of distant rain merging sea and sky.
A foot or two of glassy little surf is tumbling ashore though, peaking and peeling across the sand, inviting you in for a glide on the dropping tide.
It’s more longboard than shortboard today but we should have some fun, especially if you pick the right time at the right place, as always.
And no BACK FRIDAY SALES from us, my mailbox has been rammed with price corrections from earlier price hikes (oooh, so cynical!) and I bet that you are fed up with them too!
But we have shredded our surfboard prices this weekend and we do have a bunch of beautiful winter wetsuits that we had in for Autumn and are now taking up space that we need for all those new deliveries!
We also have a big bunch of wetsuit boots (mainly smaller sizes) that we are clearing out starting this weekend.
Wait till you see what we had delivered yesterday!
Solite wetsuit boots!
Custom moulded to your feet!
These could just be the most innovative cold water surf products that I have seen for years! There should be no reason for being uncomfortable or cold once you dive into these!
So if you are thinking of a new board or wetsuit and you are in the area it should be worth popping in this weekend!
Harlyn (1*): 1 foot
Tiny little, glassy and snappy waves are occasionally dropping onto the sand as the tide eases its way out at Harlyn.
The sets are a foot, occasionally just a little bit bigger while what breath of a breeze there is remains offshore.
The sky is dark and brooding but that just adds atmosphere.
The other side is much better for surf today but if you have a longboard and have decided on Harlyn then you might get the odd, occasional snapper.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 12:12 (1.0m) High Tide: 18:03 (7.5m)
Surf Forecast for Sunday 25th November 2018
It’s probably going to feel chillier as the breeze drifts to the north east and strengthens. That is still offshore though and so we can expect more prettily shaped little waves today as the swell gradually starts to build again.
A foot or two in the morning, a couple to three feet by the evening, peeking and peeling and hollow.
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
This Autumn has been good to us hasn’t it? With big and booming swells continuously rolling our way there has been an embarrassment of places to surf amongst a variety of conditions.
And how good was the coverage of the Big Wave comp down in Nazare last weekend too! Just when we were beginning to think that we were mixing it up in amongst some size at Harlyn, there are suddenly some real legends dropping in on some real size!
Rather them than me though!
Anyway, those swells are starting to ease off as this week winds down, which is probably a welcome relief for some.
But we should still be enjoying a decent three to four feet of swell through Thursday, easing to a fun two to three feet on Friday and settling into the two foot range at the more swell exposed breaks through the weekend.
All the time the breeze continuing to drift offshore, steadily blowing from the south east all the way through.
And then it looks like we are in for another push of big swell as the new week starts up!
But that is a way off just yet.
In the meantime we are in for a good few days of clean surf along with some chilly but beautiful weather and some gorgeous conditions!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!