Constantine (1*):  1 to 2 feet

at 7.45 a.m.


And another case of motorway lag with an extra good few hundred miles on the clock after yesterday! Thick, thick and freezing fog slowed the journey down on Monday night but was made up for yesterday.
And so it’s great to wake up this morning to only small (real small) waves but breaking immaculately down in the bay. The sky is leaden, the wind non-existent and there’s a milder feel to that still air.
The swell is super long range with a mid teens wave-period to it, creating that long wait for those set waves.
With a foot or only occasionally two of pretty and stronger looking than you would expect for its size waves purring into the bay, a vertical peak issliding across the side of the Reef before reeling into the bay.
Kneehigh to hip high, it is very small, tiny even but with the right (long) board, it could just be fun, fun, fun!


Harlyn (0*):  Flat


It is pretty much flat around here this morning, sheet glass and gorgeous but flat.
Well there are the odd little shin high ripples spilling into the bay just occasionally but barely enough to rock a SUP!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:47  (2.2m)          High Tide:  09:25  (6.2m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 12th February 2015

And more of the same again, again!
I do love these still conditions, those light offshores just manicuring those only small waves. It is likely to be another grey but calm day with kneehigh but immaculate waves again!


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

A calm and peaceful week lies ahead of us as high pressure continues to control our weather system.
Gentle and still conditions are set as we slide through another week of light offshores and small but well travelled and perfectly shaped little swells.
Greyer days are on us as we go through the middle of the week but with milder temperatures and much quieter breezes than those winds of the last few weeks, the winter daylight slowly starting to stretch out starting to make those afterwork (school and college) sessions just a little tempting.
So, get the gliding boards out, longboards or fish, whichever floats your winter desire and pick your tide times, then go surf!
Make sure your wetsuit is good though, that water temperature is still properly midwinter cold now!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!