Surf Report


Friday 15th of November 2019: A beautiful day out. Blue skies, sunny but cold. The surf is about shoulder to head high with a cross onshore wind. A little crumbly but still well surfable. Super light variable winds tomorrow will give nice clean conditions all day. The surf will build over the course of the day, from around waist high earlier in the day, building to shoulder to head high by evening. Really nice conditions for beginners and improvers. On Sunday the surf will pick up to head high plus with a good period and so a bit of power. Winds will pick up also, cross shore and moderate in strength. So still fairly clean with just some wind to contend with. All in all pretty good surfing conditions for all levels all weekend.

Weatherwise, It’s gonna be a Cold. Dry at first tomorrow with bright spells but cloud will increase bringing patchy rain and drizzle to us by noon. On Sunday it will be mostly cloudy at first, with some patchy rain and drizzle, but becoming bright and mostly dry during the day, with sunny spells developing.

If you are coming down for rental or lessons, please get in touch in advance. Have a great weekend!.

In the Autumn and Winter, we are not at the beach every day, so best to get in touch in advance. Email/Call/Text/Whatsapp in advance if interested in surfing.

For rentals, if unsure it is best to get in touch to check suitable conditions and times. As a rule, always best to check with us the day before or before travelling to check conditions and tide times are suitable.

Weekend Tide Times:

Saturday 16th of November:

High:  6.57 (4.8m)

Low: 13.03 (1.0m)

Sunday 17th of November:

High:7.41 (4.6m)

Low: 13.51 (1.2m)


Here are some useful links to check surfing conditions along the coast

Magic Seaweed Lahinch Surf Forecast

Surfline Spanish Point Surf Report

Find out what the Weather is doing

Met Eireann for nearby Lisdoonvarna

YR Weather Report for Fanore