At 7.05 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  5 to 6 feet  


The sky is clear, the breeze is brisk and from the south east, the temperatures are mild and the surf is PUMPING!
Four to five to six feet of thick and beefy, still building swell is unfolding itself onto the sand and rock and shallows all along the coast this morning, those turquoise peaks exploding as they pitch to shore!
#gosurfnow !  

And if you are tempted out this way this weekend then it might be worth you dropping in on us!
We have been having a series of successful wetsuit sales over the last few weeks. So successful that we are trying to keep it rolling on!
So as well as a mighty 40% OFF our entire Xcel wetsuit range (except for the 5/4 Axis model which we are offering at only £175 anyway!), for Mother’s Day we are offering all of the ladies’ Patagonia range (wetsuits as well as all clothing, rashvests and summer capsules!) at 40% OFF too!
And if that isn’t exciting enough then we still have a handful of Vissla wetsuits to clear at HALF-PRICE!
Check for sizes by mail or ‘phone before travelling for those though!
And I’m sure that we can conjure up a decent enough discount on anything else that you might want too including a handful of Vissla jackets at HALF-PRICE.
We haven’t forgotten about those surfboards either, although we only have smaller selection of Merrick, …Lost and Pukas boards left, we do have full range of Softech boards in stock just crying out for a knock down price!



Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  


Most of the swell is sweeping wide, running straight past Harlyn this morning but the tide has turned and is starting to rise, allowing a few sets to swing in.
So those occasional freight train righthanders are screaming off the Rock, a couple to three feet of curling, zipping, hollow turquoise barrels to slot yourself into. You might have to wait a while for them but they are there!
And it should become more consistent as the tide pushes in for a midday high.
If the other side is a little too much or if Harlyn is just your thing then it could be a fabulous place to visit on this bright and breezy, cheery Mother’s Day morning!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:14  (2.9m)              High Tide:  12:34  (5.2m)



Surf Forecast for Monday 12th March 2018  

The wind is likely to have swung back the north west this morning, ruining the surf conditions all along this stretch of coast and dropping temperatures again.
If you want to find some clean surf today then you are going to have to surfari over to the other coast where it could just be very nice indeed!   

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

I think that we are going to be enjoying a mixed old week this week with varying winds and a jumble of swells.
A fresh blowing north westerly wind is likely to be tearing and messing those quite big windswells to start the week, but it is likely to back southerly or (hopefully!) south easterly quite quickly.
By Tuesday we could just be enjoying some great surf with brisk but calming side to offshore winds on a very pleasant day.
That wind is likely to strengthen through midweek, blowing hard against a rapidly building swell, the wind eventually backing onshore through late afternoon allowing that swell to jump in size.
So, a mixed start but hopefully producing some good surf as we move into midweek, with some big swells marching our way for the back half of the week!
Wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, have e great week!