At 7.20 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  6 to 8 feet  



Even though the wind continues to gust in fresh from the south west, there’s still very much a ‘morning after the storm before‘ feeling as we go down to the windswept bay passing fallen trees and wobbly fences on the way.
The surf is a wild and woolly mess, maybe not as big as we might expect, which was the same yesterday, but it is still big enough and out of control enough to be something to look at only.
Let’s trot on over the headland and see what’s happening at Harlyn……    

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STORE MANAGER – experienced, capable, used to hardwork and with a passion for the sea!
ASSISTANT MANAGER – this could be seen as a step-up for someone taking a career approach to surf retailing. You would be helping the Store Manager while looking after the rest of the shop crew.
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Harlyn (3*):  4 to 6 feet  



The wind is screeching offshore at Harlyn this morning with a forecast to strengthen through this morning too. And so the four to six feet and bigger of very lumpy and doubling up swells are cresting tall and steep before tumbling and diving onto the super high-tide bank.
The wind is going to blow harder and those swells aren’t going to ease, so it might just best be left to those with the reflexes, fitness levels, stamina and desire to deal with those sand-sucking and tubing shutdown waves!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:31  (0.9m)              High Tide:  19:23  (7.1m)




Surf Forecast for Sunday 20th February 2022  

More wild and woolly conditions are expected again today with that same west sou’ westerly wind blustering onto our coastline, pushing eight to ten feet of thick and lumpy, wintery swells.
We need a sheltered point break to focus all that energy and there aren’t too many of those close by!   



Surf Conditions for the Weekend

As storm Eunice tucks up its skirts and goes all European, more strong westerly sou’ westerly winds are bearing down on the Cornish coast.
We are in for a windswept and fresh, wild weekend of mainly out-of-control surf and stormy conditions.
Harlyn is our ‘go to’ surf spot when the wind howls in from the south west and so it should be all weekend long. But even here those waves are going to pack a punch, maybe too much of a punch for our happy little half-term holidaymakers.
This weekend the waves could be best left for those who are keen on punchy, crunchy, sand hollowed close-outs!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!