At 7.25 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 to 4 feet  


Another bright and hazy, beautiful morning is spreading across the countryside, the air still, the sky a hazed blue, that naturally filtered sunlight glinting and glistening off a thin but hard dusting of frost.
It is pretty fabulous out there again this morning!
And the surf is pleasant looking again too, a very decent three feet, slightly bigger on those occasional sets, all glassy and smooth and peeling and inviting.
Although the thermometer is reading zero, another day of gliding fun waves awaits, the swell staying consistent, the breeze offshore and that sun loitering all day. And wetsuits are good enough these days that to be cold is now a lifestyle choice!
Have a great time wherever you decide to surf!  

And this weekend we are continuing our ‘End of Season Sale‘!
Our final clearance of shelves and rails to make room for all those deliveries of lovely summer fun stock!
I’ll try and list a size range of which wintersuits are available but we have only one or two older 5 mil Vissla wintersuits left at HALF-PRICE, a couple of Patagonia summer suits at the same and pretty much a whole range of Xcelwetsuits at 40% OFF!!
We also have Xcel Axis wintersuits which we normally sell for only £199.99 anyway but again this weekend they are only £175!!
With 30% OFF our whole range of Patagonia clothing and even some items at HALF-PRICE, as well as a few Vissla jackets and shirts at HALF-PRICE too, it should be well worth your dropping in on us this weekend! 



Harlyn (2*):  1 to 3 feet  


The waves are looking a little weak and crumbly around here again this morning, especially compared to those beauties that are flowing into the bays on the other side of the headland.
But there’s a couple of feet of erratic little waves shuffling their way in with much bigger sets only very occasional washing through. They are obviously the leftovers from those groundswells hitting the other side.
So the other side is the place to go surfing today but if you have to, you will probably have little fun around here today too!



Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:35  (2.1m)              High Tide:  10:14  (6.3m)



Surf Forecast for Saturday 24th February 2018  

Smaller conditions will probably greet us in the morning, but still a half decent couple to three feet.
And that swell should thicken and strengthen again as the day goes on. By the late afternoon low tide we should be seeing a reasonable four feet or so of thicker but still clean and sharp swell rolling back in, the wind staying offshore all under a reasonable amount of maybe a little weaker sunshine.
And it is still so very quiet around our local surf breaks too!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

As high pressure dominates the end of this week, that low pressure system out in the Atlantic continues to spin smallish but still very pleasant swell lines our way.
South easterly winds, as well as keeping temperatures down and the air clear will be hollowing out the two to hopefully three foot swell and building, into beautifully shaped, peeling and very rippable surf.
That wind is likely to strengthen through Sunday afternoon, maybe a little too much, making conditions a little more difficult but I’m guessing that most will have made the most of Saturday and Sunday morning to worry too much about that!
So a weekend of fine weather and smallish but great surf awaits!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!