At 7.45 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  4 feet  or so  


Four feet or so of already mixed up surf is being shoved and pushed by a gusting sou’ westerly blow this morning the silver grey, rain filled sky threatening a downpour or two at any moment.
The air is mild in spite of the dull and threatening skyline but the surf is rubbish.
So, it’s off to Harlyn we go again………  



Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  


A couple to three feet of grey and lumpy surf is hesitating as it tumbles through the pre-high tide depths at Harlyn, that blustery sou’ westerly just shoving those waves to the side as it gusts out to sea.
The dropping tide will sharpen those waves and that hard blowing offshore wind will hollow them out so we can expect faster and steeper and crunchier surf later!
And the weather should brighten eventually too!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:23  (2.2m)              High Tide:  09:00  (6.4m)




Surf Forecast for Wednesday 27th October 2021  

More hard blowing south westerly winds are going to be blasting our shores again today, pushing bigger surf into our bays and coves.
We can expect a roaring six to eight foot swell today but with only limited surf spots to choose from.
Locally, Harlyn is going to be the spot again but even here it is likely to be testing and quite difficult but still fun.
The lifeguards are going to earn their money today, brrr!  



Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Gusting sou’ westerly winds are going to be blustering across our coastline throughout this week’s school half-term break, pushing plenty of big and rolling swells our way.
Harlyn is going to be the surf destination of choice locally, those winds blowing offshore to hollow and sculpt plenty of big enough and cavernous waves.
Those tides are going to play an important part in getting the best out of it all this week although they will be gradually shrinking back as we go along, making it all a little less critical.
Even so, if you do like your waves with a bit of added extra oomph in them then you might want to aim for a lower tide time.
Otherwise we should be enjoying enough brightness and mild enough temperatures to keep everyone happily occupied with mainly outdoor adventures this week!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!