At 6.50 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  2 feet  


A steady south sou’ westerly breeze is blowing enough to bend the marram and shake the hedgerows but it’s not yet having too much effect on the waves.
A couple of feet of wind-smoothed swell lines are gliding through the high tide depths this morning against a backdrop of a dark and broody skyline, those pretty little waves trying to find somewhere to break but eventually collapsing onto the dry sand tideline.
It is all looking very promising for some fun and relatively clean surf for later on but if the wind veers by much more than a degree or two or strengthens much at all, then these clean and picturesque conditions will quickly deteriorate.
Right now though it looks small but clean and fun and very tempting!  


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

It’s pretty much flat around at Harlyn this morning.
The wind is whistling straight offshore, smoothing those tiny little swell lines and allowing those mini-waves to peel across the spring high tide line, all glassy and curling and pretty.
But tiny.
No, it’s the other side for some surf today!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:00  (0.5m)              High Tide:  19:50  (7.3m)



Surf Forecast for Tuesday 3rd April 2018  

South westerly winds are going to be shoving and pushing three to four feet of lumpy and rolling swell our way but of course chopping and chopping those waves at our locally favoured surf breaks.
And so it is Harlyn’s turn to shine today.
We are hoping for maybe three feet of offshore moulded and shaped, curling and dumping waves at Harlyn today!
But it is likely to be windy snd maybe a bit wet too.

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

It’s looking like a bit of a damp and breezy one this week!
West going south westerly winds are going be blowing steadily for most of the week pushing big bundles of wetness our way but also pushing it all away quite quickly too.
And of course that wind will push some thick and lumpy, fairly wild waves our way too!
Six to eight feet of open and windswept swell is likely to roll into our bays and coves all week long, those swells strong enough to push all the way around and into Harlyn without losing too much energy on the way.
So we can expect to be surfing three to four feet of hollow and crunchy, fairly wild Harlyn for most of the week, those waves getting into the biggish range for a few hours at a time as the week goes on.
Yep, winter hasn’t fully left us just yet, this week’s surfing at Harlyn is going to be a fairly typical winter’s week type of thing!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!