Constantine (4*):  4 to 5 feet

at 6.40 a.m:


This happy combination of pulsing swell and offshore winds with loads of sunshine is sliding into its third week, a rare thing indeed around these parts!
But on it goes, the temperature into the ‘ooh!’ range of cold this morning but with the promise of warmer to come in amount or two.
Right now that smooth and easy swell continues to roll into the bay, four to five fete of turquoise silver, glinting and glistening in the early morning sunlight, the lightest of light offshore breezes just holding those waves tall, even as they wobble drunkenly at hight tide.
As the tide drops we should be enjoying another smoking day of grinding and tubing surf, the wind lighter than yesterday and staying offshore all day.
You can just choose your favourite surf spot agin today, it will probably be as good as it gets right there!


Harlyn (2*):  2 foot


It’s a couple of feet or so at high tide here today, a sparkling and twinkling couple of feet at high tide, promising sharper and cleaner as the tide drops a wee bit.
The other side of the headland is reeling with great surf but if Harlyn is your thing then you’ll get a wave here and it should be fun.  A lot smaller than the other side obviously but it could still be some fun.
And it looks as though it is going to be a fabulous day anyway!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:43  (0.2m)              High Tide:  19:35  (7.6m)


Surf Forecast for Tuesday 21st April 2015

The swell is likely to be just a wee bit smaller than the last few days but it should have that steady rhythm to stand that extra strength from travelling so far.
And the weather looks steady with bright sunshine and light offshores again.
So, three feet of clean and smooth surf in plenty of early season sunshine!
You could just get used to all this!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A week filled with smooth and strong swells, light offshore breezes and heaps of Spring sunshine is lying in wait for us!  A five star feast of surf straight off the ‘Ideal Surf’ menu is pretty much guaranteed, well, at least for a day or two. A rolling three foot plus swell should be pulsing into our bays and coves for a good few days, the wind light and offshore under this settled high pressure system, the sunshine smiling all the time.  It’s a rare thing to enjoy that happy combination of swell, tide, wind and weather, all coinciding with decently shaped little sandbars but this could just be the week for it!

Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!