At 6.45 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 feet

Well, that weekend flew by didn’t it!?
Hopefully you managed to spend a bit of dream time enjoying the perfect surf and unseasonal weather that Cornwall has had on offer?
And on it goes this morning!
The sky is clear, the breeze is offshore, the swell is smooth, evenly spaced and peeling and it is noticeably quieter too.
Make the most of it if you can though, it is all about to change!   


Harlyn (1*):  1 foot  

Small waves are trickling into Harlyn again this morning, all glassy and shiny and fun looking if you have a big enough board! It should be empire today with all the groms reluctantly flocking back to school but the other side is where the surf is – for now.
It will be booming here by the end of the week though!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:09  (1.2m)              High Tide:  08:46  (6.9m)



Surf Forecast for Wednesday 24th April 2019  

We might just see a bit of a change in the weather and the surf conditions today as these long settled conditions ease themselves away.
A mild enough but damper sou’ westerly wind is likely to bump and lump the surf through today, maybe producing a foot or two of cleaner stuff at Harlyn on the afternoon tide.    

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

I hope that you managed to enjoy the fabulous long holiday weekend and that you’re re-charged, re-energised and revitalised!
We are going to enjoy a change in the weather and surf conditions this week, those light offshore breezes being replaced by something pushier and gustier, colder and blusterier (?!?), a return of damper and stronger south westerly winds blowing us into the weekend.
And the surf will get angrier, those pretty and smooth, elegant waves of last week being replaced by bigger and bumpier, wilder stuff becoming massive and dangerous by the weekend.
Thank goodness for Harlyn – sea re likely to be spending a lot of time enjoying the sheltered protection of the headland surfing over there as the week ends!
So, wave bye bye to those pleasant, calm conditions of last week and shout hello to the rock and roll of the much bigger and bumpier, blowy conditions expected for next week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!