At 7.30 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  4 to 6 feet  


That deep, clear midwinter’s sun is happily shining over us again this morning, the breeze brisk and offshore while the swell continues to pulse through at four to six feet.
Yep it’s another fabulous day in sunny St. Merryn, a little chilly around the edges but none the worse for that!
Just wax up your favourite board and paddle out at your favourite break!  

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 Visslawintersuits 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 (1*):  1 to 2 feet  


Barely any waves are managing to make the trek around the headland to into Harlyn again this morning and what few little ones that do make it are kind of weak looking and bumpy.
The incoming tide might just improve things a little but there’s not much to work with really.
No, it is beautiful around here in the stark sunshine of winter under clear, clear skies but the surf is tiny. It’s the other side again today, it’s pumping and super clean around there this morning!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:29  (2.3m)              High Tide:  12:50  (5.9m)



Surf Forecast for Monday 26th February 2018  

That Easterly breeze is likely to have blown up a bit through the night, pushing back those solid little swell lines and reducing the size of the surf.
But those little swell lines that are left have travelled a way and are going to be solid little things, so don’t write it off if it looks a lot smaller, there might just be a bit more oomph to it than normal.
Still, it is likely to be more longboard or fish kind of surf though, which will be little disappointing after the last few days of such fun surf.
The sun is likely to still be shining down though and there will be enough surf to tempt you, even if we will be lucky to see air temperatures nudge up to 2 or 3 deg C!  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Those beautiful conditions of the weekend should last well into the start of this week, that beautiful, clear winter’s sunshine cheering us all up while Easterly breezes continue to hollow those little waves that are expected to peel across our favourite surf breaks.
Unfortunately those little waves are going to be exactly that though – little.
Really little.
Maybe even going flat through Tuesday for a while.
And although the weather should be pretty and bright and beautiful as we start the week, it is going to be cold!
Freezing cold!
And by Tuesday that clear sky might just start to fill with thicker clouds. And that could lead to…… snow!
It would be nice to see some proper white stuff down here, it’s quite a rare thing and fun for kids of all ages! But we will have to wait and see for that one!
And then, of course, by the back half of the week we will be seeing the return of gusting south westerlies bringing milder but damper conditions as well as some much bigger surf.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!