At 7.50 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  3 to 4 feet  


The weekend’s storms have slipped away leaving a still, calm and cold morning in their place, a fiery red sunburst clambering over the far horizon.
There’s surf, three to four feet of fairly close together, localised windswell remnants pushing smoothly onto the sand and rocks an hour or so after low tide.
We should see better on the tidal push through this morning as long as that wind stays calm – which it is being forecast to do.

If your thoughts are turning to keeping warm as the sea temperature gradually drops, we do have some technically awesome DaKine winter wetsuits on the rails (and online at!).
We also have a decent stock of Wetty wetsuit boots as well as others, this winter’s excellently warm and cosy, top end wetsuits but at very friendly prices from Alder as well a smattering of others with loads more on their way!
We have a good spread of Surfworx and Softech surfboards on offer from a couple of hundred quid as well as a range of more progressive boards from not much more than £400 ready for you to rip your way through this winter!
So click on over to check WWW.CONSTANTINESURF.COM and have a squint at our online offerings (we are gradually uploading stock as we go along so it’s worth checking back as well!).  



Harlyn (2*):  2 feet  


It’s all quiet over at Harlyn this morning, one out in the one to two feet of glass smooth but close together little surf.
Again, it is likely to improve a little on this morning’s incoming tide but is unlikely to get much bigger than a couple of feet or so.
But it is peaceful and calm and just a pleasant place to be from a while!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:21  (2.3m)              High Tide:  12:38  (6.0m)




Surf Forecast for Tuesday 30th November 2021  

A blustery westerly wind is going to be pushing a ragged and choppy but building swell our way today. The weather looks a little grey and wet but we might find some fun little three foot surf to play in over at Harlyn, especially at lunchtime just before high tide.   



Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

We should enjoy a calmer and quieter start to the week after last weekend’s storms but it won’t be long before the wind starts to push back in.
A strengthening westerly wind is likely to blow dull and damp weather our way by Tuesday, bowling three to four feet of sloppy and choppy but building swell into our bays and coves.
By midweek the wind will have backed north westerly, dropping temperatures and chopping the surf at all of our local surf breaks.
And that’s the way it’s likely to stay pretty much for the rest of the week!
If you are looking to surf some clean waves then the south coast will be our best option but there’s no guarantee that there will be any consistent size to it over there. It should still be worth a look though.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!