At 7.35 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 feet  

The sky is grey this morning and it is all a little mizzly out there too. But the wind has calmed and the air is milder and there’s something quite cosy and snuggly about it all this morning.
And of course the surf continues to peak and crest and roll our way. It is a little smaller again today but only a little. Decent three foot sets are still spilling across the Reef and peeling off the Slab, that offshore breeze continuing to hollow and smooth those long travelled waves.
Yep, it’s all looking good!

And no BACK FRIDAY SALES from us, my mailbox is rammed with price corrections from earlier price hikes (oooh, so cynical!) and I bet that you are fed up with them too!
But we are about to shred 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 new deliveries!
We also have a big bunch of wetsuit boots (mainly smaller sizes) that we are about to start clearing out starting this weekend.
Wait till you see what we are expecting to arrive today! 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 (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

The surf is so much smaller at Harlyn this morning, that brooding sky blending with the glassy sea and making it difficult to pick out those little waves.
But there are some one or two foot sets occasionally washing in, tripping up when they almost hit dry sand just to test how quickly you can get to your feet!
But the other side is the place to be today, it’s a decent three feet and glassy over there!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:30  (1.1m)              High Tide:  17:21  (7.5m)



Surf Forecast for Saturday 24th November 2018  

We are looking at some smaller surf today, still smooth and glassy with light offshores but maybe more suitable for a longboard glide than a shortboard shralp.  

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!