Constantine (2*):  3 ft

Grey clouds are hugging both horizons this morning, a canopy of dullness stretched over us. The wind is steady, a steady onshore making a light mush of the three foot surf, swirling the grey sea inside the bay.
So it’s hardly a summer beach day but there are waves, thick little walls that are keeping their shape through the slop, well some of them anyway.
Watch out for the showers too!
But the forecast is showing the wind to ease through this afternoon, so it might be a little better at low tide but I’m not going to hold my breath on that one!

The water temperature is so mild too (for this time of year!), nudging double digits on the Celsius scale.
Which is why we still have some big reductions on those wonderfully warm winter wetsuits!
Have a look on our brand new and sparkling website shop for some super bargains! Or drop in on us if you’re around this Easter holiday.

Harlyn (1*):  1 ft


It is still pretty tiny around here this morning, rideable but just about.
But the shape is magnificent, that south westerly wind not too strong, lightly blowing offshore and holding up those little mini waves for as long as you like.
there’s a peak just off the Rock that would be appealing to a long boarder, spreading itself left and right.
It would be nice if it picked up and the forecasts are showing that it should, so we’ll just have to wait and see!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:38  (2.2m)        High Tide:  10:24  (5.9m)


Surf Forecast for Monday 7th April 2014

A four foot swell will be rolling our way through some more early morning murk and drizzle, the south west wind having swung to the west although easing up in strength.
Harlyn is likely to be our most hopeful option, maybe three feet and probably just a bit lumpy but fun.

It should all brighten up by the afternoon too, that lightening westerly wind having blown away most of the lingering cloud cover.
yep, a couple to there feet of Harlyn surf should be fun enough to start the week!

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

There’s a steady three to four foot swell on its way too, a rolling swell merrily carried along by that same wind.
All of the main breaks should be seeing plenty of four foot plus surf, more of that rolling stuff with rips and bumps and peaks aplenty.
Harlyn should have waves too, a couple to three feet in general, not as clean as you would like it but clean enough and fun enough for most.
So a week of fun surf and pleasant and bright enough weather awaits, a typical early spring week really!
Have a great week, whatever you’re doing!