At 7.45 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  4 to 6 feet  

A bright and beautiful morning is spreading along the countryside this morning, the sky mainly blue, the breeze steady but offshore and mild while the surf is roaring.
Four to six feet of cresting and rolling waves are spinning themselves into the bay, the right-handers held hollow and open by that brisk south easterly breeze.
It is pretty good right now and is probably only going to get better.
After saying that though, there are plenty of other breaks that might be breaking better than here this morning, there is a lot of water swirling around the bay with no place to go quickly enough.
One of those points or rivermouth breaks or those reef breaks both up and down the coast should be pretty epic today. But if you don’t feel in the mood for a surfari then you should still have loads of screaming fun here today.

Ooh, we are itching to tell you about all the winter goodies that we have coming into the shop over the next week or two! But we’ll wait until we have those goodies before getting you too excited.
There should be no reason to be cold or uncomfortable this Winter though, with some of the stunning and innovational new products that are on their way to us, for you!

And with the forecasts all screaming out epicness for this coming weekend I will be taking a few days away, so no surf check until next week. But you don’t need it, it’s going to be mighty all weekend long! And Charlie will be opening the shop Friday to Monday if you need some extra wax or stuff!   


Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  

The breeze is brisk and straight offshore at Harlyn on this bright and sunny, mild Autumn morning. An so the two to three feet of crisp and sharp, smooth faced and curving waves are hollowing out before spinning across the sand.
Harlyn has been delivering some great surf for a little while already this Autumn and although it is a little smaller today it is looking really good.
If the other side is proving too much of a paddle test then here is a very nice alternative!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:28  (2.9m)              High Tide:  09:58  (5.8m)



Surf Forecast for Friday 16th November 2018  

Offshore breezes and bright skies are going to compliment the six to eight foot and building swells as they swoop into our bays and coves.
It’s going to get big by the afternoon but holding its shape all the way through.
Once again those often talked about but rare breaking spots all around the coast will be firing!
Yep, it’s looking just about as good as it gets for today!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

While that same six foot swell continues to roll along our coast as the week winds down, the wind is ever so gradually veering more offshore.
This could or should result in fabulous conditions throughout Thursday and into Friday.
Those waves should keep some gutsy size to them but should start to peel and pitch and hollow themselves into perfection.
You might just have to travel a little to get the best out of the size and shape but it should be well worthwhile with all those point breaks and reef breaks and Rivermouth breaks up and down the entire coastline and beyond throwing up some incredible surf.
And then the weekend!
The weekend is starting to look all-time with monster swells meeting brisk offshore winds.
If you’re fit enough and psyched enough and practised enough then this could be your weekend!
But take it easy out there, it could be testing.
And I’m slipping away this weekend but Charlie will be keeping things alive in store through Friday to Monday!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!