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UK + Ireland Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Bournemouth
 
0.5ft 9secs 222° 7mph ESE - Cross/onshore - 113°
 Croyde Beach
 
0.5ft 9secs 221° 6mph ENE - Offshore - 63°
 Woolacombe
 
0.5ft 9secs 221° 6mph ENE - Offshore - 63°
 Newquay - Fistral North
 
2.5ft 8secs 210° 4mph E - Offshore - 79°
 Thurso East
 
1ft 8secs 287° 4mph W - Onshore - 270°
 Porthcawl - Coney Beach
 
1ft 9secs 214° 6mph NE - Offshore - 52°
 Carrowniskey
 
2ft 5secs 343° 14mph N - Cross shore - 9°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
With an incredibly varied coastline and almost every imaginable kind of beach and reef set-up available the UK offers a huge variety of waves to the surfer prepared to suffer cold in the winter and a regular battering from strong coastal winds. North Cornwall and Ireland offer the most consistent coastlines, although the variety of rock reef and dominant offshore winds in the North East make the most of every drop of swell. While a shallow continental shelf drains a little power from incoming systems the North Atlantic in winter is the most prolific swell generating area on the planet so with a little imagination waves can be found almost everyday outside the less consistent mid summer months.
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