At 6.40 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet.


Another calm and brightly hazy morning is quietly warming up this morning, the sound of birdsong and small surf drifting across the fields.
The surf has dropped but there are still some gorgeous one to two foot waves gliding into the bay, gently toppling and spilling their way to shore, mirror like in their smoothness.
This afternoon’s tide should show a little increase in size, a shadowing pulse of swell expected to show itself by this evening.
It could just get very good tonight!

You might already have noticed the addition of the iconic ‘SJ’s Forecast for the South West’ being added on to our daily surf report.  If you scroll down to the comments section of our Surf Report page you can find the return of the original UK Web surf forecaster, SJ!  At the moment it is a little ad hoc but if things work out there might be the opportunity to expand it all.
Let us know what you think!



Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot


Tiny little wavelets are washing into the bay this morning, oilled glass and curling their way to the sand.
Those waves are tiny but beautiful to watch and probably fun to play in but you won’t be able to surf on them, well, not that easily anyway!
It’s the other side again to surf today, it is still small over there but surfable and fun looking for a longboard.


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:33  (1.3m)              High Tide:  09:12  (6.8m)


Surf Forecast for Friday 10th June 2016

A couple to three feet of clean and glassy surf is expected for most of the day, a steady ten second rhythm to those rolling waves.
The winds forecast to be super light and variable, allowing mainly glassy conditions for most of the day, the sea breezes having their effect as the land warms through the afternoon.
Another fine day of fun surf awaits!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

These small but regular little swells are expected to continue to roll our way all the way through the end of this week and into the weekend.
Those beautifully clean and glassy conditions of the end of the week will gradually be replaced by more onshore conditions as the weekend settles in, the breeze slowly becoming something just a bit stronger.
By Saturday night or Sunday morning we could be seeing a fresher westerly wind starting to push a little more swell our way, resulting in some three to four foot surf by Sunday afternoon.
We might even be surfing Harlyn by Sunday evening!
But generally the weather should be bright enough with the surf getting bigger as the weekend unfolds.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!