At 7.35 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  4 to 6 feet  

It’s a fabulous morning now that yesterday’s blast freezer wind from hell has calmed!
The sky is that winter’s milk blue, the countryside glistening and glinting under the lightest dusting of winter frost, the air calm and fresh and biting in its coldness.
And of course, the surf is pumping!
Four to five to six feet of smooth glass walls are rearing tall as they pitch and crest into the bays, churning barrels peeling off the Slab while tall peaks zip across the Reef.
Yep, we are in for another fab day of North Cornwall surf perfection!  


Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  

The sea is steaming this morning at Harlyn, ribbons of mist layering across that (relatively) mild sea against a perfectly pale sky.
And a couple to three feet of glassy and hollow little waves are spinning themselves onto that the frost glistening sand, the occasional bigger set booming into the bay.
It looks fun and is one option amongst a surf saturated coastline this morning!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:08  (1.6m)              High Tide:  16:00  (7.1m)



Surf Forecast for Thursday 22nd November 2018  

More brisk offshores will start the day again today, pushing hard from the south east and so gradually becoming milder as the day brightens and the wind eases back to a breeze.
The surf is likely to be smaller but still well into the ‘fun’ range with a decent three to four foot swell continuing to roll our way.  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

This Autumn has been good to us hasn’t it? With big and booming swells continuously rolling our way there has been an embarrassment of places to surf amongst a variety of conditions.
And how good was the coverage of the Big Wave comp down in Nazare last weekend too! Just when we were beginning to think that we were mixing it up in amongst some size at Harlyn, there are suddenly some real legends dropping in on some real size!
Rather them than me though!
Anyway, those swells are starting to ease off as this week winds down, which is probably a welcome relief for some.
But we should still be enjoying a decent three to four feet of swell through Thursday, easing to a fun three feet on Friday and settling into the two to three feet range at the more swell exposed breaks through the weekend. All the time the breeze continuing to drift offshore, steadily blowing from the south east all the way through.
And then it looks like we are in for another push of big swell as the new week starts up!
But that is a way off just yet.
In the meantime we are in for a good few days of clean surf along with some chilly but beautiful weather and some gorgeous conditions!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!