At 6.40 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  4 feet  

A brisk south easterly wind is continuing to manicure and groom that same steady swell that we have been enjoying for the last few days.
The size has dropped but just a little and that’s no bad thing as high tide approaches, there’s less lumpiness to it all and that bit less water moving around than yesterday. But we still have a decent three to four feet of peeling swell along with that smooth hollowness that those offshores produce and of course we are enjoying more golden sunshine and clear, clear skies.
Enjoy your holiday!  


Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

A couple of feet or so of fun looking surf is smoothly gliding onto the high tide bank at Harlyn this morning, one or two early birds enjoying a relaxing and fin session on their own.
I guess that the bright, bright sunshine and clear blue skies will soon change that, I think that John can expect another busy bank holiday in the car park before our Easter visitors only slowly depart!
In the meantime, the sun is shining, the air is warm and the waves are beckoning!   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:35  (0.7m)              High Tide:  20:27  (7.2m)



Surf Forecast for Tuesday 23rd April 2019  

You might want to make the most of today, the sun should continue to shine, the breeze should stay offshore and the swell is likely to be a very decent three feet!
But it might just be our last day of this spell of fantastic conditions, it could all change tomorrow!   

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

I hope that you managed to enjoy the fabulous long holiday weekend and that you’re re-charged, re-energised and revitalised!
We are going to enjoy a change in the weather and surf conditions this week, those light offshore breezes being replaced by something pushier and gustier, colder and blusterier (?!?), a return of damper and stronger south westerly winds blowing us into the weekend.
And the surf will get angrier, those pretty and smooth, elegant waves of last week being replaced by bigger and bumpier, wilder stuff becoming massive and dangerous by the weekend.
Thank goodness for Harlyn – sea re likely to be spending a lot of time enjoying the sheltered protection of the headland surfing over there as the week ends!
So, wave bye bye to those pleasant, calm conditions of last week and shout hello to the rock and roll of the much bigger and bumpier, blowy conditions expected for next week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!