At 6.55 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 to 5 feet  

The air is still in the bay this morning, the pale blue sky not yet fully reflecting off the silver grey mirror of the Atlantic as smooth and rolling waves are cresting four to five feet in the air before spinning off from The Point or peeling across The Reef.
The tide is just about full right now and so there is that thickness and fatness to those slow moving waves but that will all sharpen up as the tide drains out on its 7 metre drop to low.
I have to say; it’s a fabulous day to be a surfer in Cornwall this morning!


Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  

A couple to three feet of high tide lazy waves are shuffling onto the high tide break at Harlyn this morning beneath a beautifully clear sky. The air is still and the birdsong loud as those fun little waves tumble ashore.
Those waves are a little slow moving and lazy looking but that is just the tide again. Give it a couple of hours and it will all be sharper and snappier and hollower.
But the other side of the headland has the better surf again today, it is pumping over there this morning!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:27  (0.8m)              High Tide:  19:16  (7.0m)



Surf Forecast for Sunday 7th April 2019  

Offshore breezes should continue to groom and shape smaller but still very surfable waves all day long again today.
Two to three feet of curling and peeling waves can be expected at our favourite surf breaks all along the coast!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

Light offshore, easterly, breezes are going to be settling over us for the foreseeable, providing beautifully smooth sea conditions for all those frothing Groms who will be kicking down the school gates this weekend!
Yep, the Easter school holidays are upon us and our winter-quiet and dormant bays are going to be shaken into a new season soon enough, the lifeguards already purring into action, ready to keep an eye on the strays while the pubs and restaurants and guest houses and businesses are all busy painting and sweeping and dusting and cleaning.
There’s always an air of expectancy at this time of year as the first real wave of visitors wash our way.
And what a welcome they should enjoy this weekend with small but perfectly shaped little waves peeling our way for a good few days to come!
The weather might live up to its ‘April showers’ tradition but we should also enjoy plenty of bright and pleasant suff in amongst it all as well!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!