At 7.20 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  6 feet


It’s a mizzly, drizzly, damp and dreary old morning this morning, a steady rainfall pitter pattering on the sand.
The wind is steady and pretty much straight from the south right now, forecast to back south easterly as soon as.
And the surf is roaring in; five to six feet of tall, grey and curling waves bouncing over to the headland and washing in on the Point.
It’s big and bumpy and grey and thick and hollow but a bit out of control too. Hopefully as the wind veers to the south east it should soothe and smooth those swells, grooming them into peeling perfection!
Well, we can hope!
It will be worth a little look back later!

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Harlyn (3*):  3 feet.


The surf here is smooth and reeling this morning, the low tide having its effect and shutting down a lot of waves.
There’s a decent three feet of offshore shaped and moulded, hollow little waves punching in, half a dozen guys out already and enjoying it.
The set waves are a tad bigger and it is likely to build as the tide rises.
It’s looking good!




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  20:14  2.5m)              High Tide:  13:31  (5.4m)


Surf Forecast for Sunday 3rd April 2016

Smaller waves are expected today, more in the three to four foot range at our main breaks. But the wind should stay offshore from the south east and so that surf should continue to be excellent shape!
Another day of excellent surf should be waiting!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

A new swell is rolling our way to end the week.
A thick and solid, proper Atlantic swell in the six foot size range with a mid-teens wave period to it.
By Saturday we could just be enjoying epic conditions at all of the main surf breaks along the north coast of Cornwall.
The wind is forecast to blow steadily from the south east, straight offshore, into that rolling six foot swell.
All of the breaks should be going off and, after a maybe damp and murky start, the weather should cheer up too.
It could just be a very good day to go surfing!
The breeze will eventually revert to the south west again but not until late on Sunday as the swell gradually weakens and drops off. But for most of the rest of the day there should be loads of really very good surf everywhere.
Yep, it’s looking better than good for this few days!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!