At 7.35 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet


The air is still and calm on another grey and cloud heavy, autumn morning but there’s a few feet of rolling swell pushing into the bays creating some fairly smooth, three footish surf to brighten it all up.
This afternoon’s tide should show some fun surf at all of our main breaks – just what we need to kick off the weekend!

I’m away for a few days this weekend but Charlie will be in the shop to serve your surfing needs from 10 till 5, Saturday and Sunday.

And if you are at a loss for something to do this weekend then you are always welcome to take a gander at our website!
After a long, long time of hoping that someone else will come in and take control of it we have finally knuckled down to sorting it ourselves. It is very much a “work in progress” but we are finally loading and updating products so that you can shop till ya drop in the comfort of your own home, whether that may be bricks, mobile or canvas.
Bear with us while we mend broken and out of date links and slowly update stock levels, but hopefully we will be bringing in some fun and exciting stuff as we go along. And we will always stick to all things surfy.
And if you do know anyone who is a bit better at this than us and would like to join in, full or part-time then please do send them along, you never know – it could be the start of something fun!  



Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet  


Harlyn is a haven of peace and tranquility again this morning, just what’s needed after an early morning Bodmin trip!
The sky is leaden but the breeze is light and whispering offshore, just smoothing the foot or two of fun looking little surf.
The other side is the main place for surf today but there are some little snappy ones kissing the rain drenched sand at Harlyn Bay this morning.   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:32  (1.4m)              High Tide:  17:23  (7.1m)




Surf Forecast for Saturday 20th November 2021  

Another still but sullen day awaits with an expected three feet or so of solid enough and smooth enough little swell.
All of the main surf breaks both up and down the coast should present enough surf to keep the majority of us happy.  



Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

That big old low pressure system that is lumbering across the top of the North Atlantic will continue to spin a rhythmically smooth swell our way throughout the weekend.
With only the lightest of breezes expected through Saturday we should see some smooth or even glassy conditions at most of our more exposed surf breaks. The sky will probably stay mainly overcast but at least it should be mild enough.
By Sunday the breeze will have turned into a wind, a wind coming from the north to bring some cold, cold air our way. But with a little bit of thought and planning some fun three foot surf should be able to be found, especially behind those headlands and dunes, those breaks tucked away in northerly corners of our more westerly facing beaches.
And then the wind will have settled to the north east by Monday, blowing fresh offshore against a much smaller swell but maybe with some brigher and cheerier skies about, just to tempt you in.
So, all in all, it looks like a fair weekend of fun surf with okay weather.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!