At 7.25 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  4 to 5 feet  

The wind is blustering hard into the bay again this morning, those heavy rain squalls drenching the foreshore while the hedgerows wobble and bend in the wind.
So the surf is trashed again, a deceptive four or five feet of windsmashed wash rolling into the bays.
But that wind is more south westerly today so at least Harlyn should have a chance of firing up!   

And don’t forget!  Tomorrow:

Seven BaysSurf Classic ‘The Day Picks The Bay!’
Registration from 7 to 8 a.m at The Farmers Arms.
£10 per entry – receive an SBSC tee with each entry.
Presentation at The Farmers Arms, St. Merryn on Saturday Evening.


So clear-out time is here again! This weekend (11th to 14th October) we are having a MASSIVE WETSUIT CLEARANCE SALE!!!! Mainly 3/2s but a handful of last Spring’s left-over 5mil O’Neill, Xcel, Vissla and Patagonia wetsuits!  Many at full HALF-PRICE!! Loads of booties and stuff too! #[email protected] 


Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  

The south westerly wind is gusting across the beach at Harlyn this morning, blowing hard offshore to meet the two to three feet of grey and thickish looking set waves that are pushing in a long way apart from each other.
There are a few good ‘uns sneaking through and peaking off the Rock with a handful of pre-workers enjoying them.
And it should only get better!   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:16  (1.8m)              High Tide:  17:09  (6.9m)



Surf Forecast for Saturday 12th October 2019  

Another Harlyn day awaits but with the wind having eased a lot in strength and continuing to calm through the day.
So the more exposed spots just might have something worth paddling out for, it should be still at least three to four feet and bigger but it all depends on whether the wind plays ball or not!
Harlyn in the meantime will be smaller but should continue to be a lot cleaner.  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

A mainly bright and breezy weekend awaits as those fresh sou’ westerlies gradually ease through Saturday backing more westerly as they calm later on Sunday.
With four to five feet of swell continuing to roll our way Harlyn looks like it’s going to be the place to go with a morning of offshore wind-hollowed three to four foot surf which should then last all day long. The weather is likely to be a little blustery but we should see some bright bits in amongst it all.
Sunday might be a day for a lie-in with westerly winds and gloomy weather forecast through the morning. But the sun should eventually shine through and the wind drop back to the south west again allowing for some small and clean Harlyn fun wrap up the weekend.
And then offshore winds could shape up some nice surf at the main breaks for Monday!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!