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Bournemouth Surf Report & Forecast

Surf report for Bournemouth

TODAY'S SURF FORECAST

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1 − 1 ft

Wave Height

1 − 1 ft

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Wind

7 mph Icon marker wind cross-onshore

Swell

0.5 ft 12 s Icon marker swell

Reporter
Graham Pryke

Surf Reporter

Bournemouth has waves of 0 - 0.2 m this morning. The winds are from the south-southwest (SSW) in the morning, making the winds cross-onshore. This afternoon Bournemouth is forecast to have waves of 0 - 0.2 m. The winds are cross-shore from the west-southwest (WSW).

Air 8° C

Sea 9° C

Sunrise 06:06

Sunset 18:23

First Light

Last Light

Low Tide 04:10   0 ft  
High Tide 08:22   6 ft  
Low Tide 16:32   -0.5 ft  
High Tide 20:47   5.6 ft  
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Bournemouth Surf Report & Forecast

SWELL
WIND
Friday 22/03

1am

0 − 1 ft

0.5 ft 8 s Icon marker swell

7am

1 − 1 ft

0.5 ft 12 s Icon marker swell

5pm

1 − 1 ft

0.5 ft 11 s Icon marker swell

9pm

0 − 1 ft

0.5 ft 11 s Icon marker swell

Saturday 23/03

2am

1 − 1 ft

1 ft 11 s Icon marker swell

7am

1 − 1 ft

1 ft 12 s Icon marker swell

2pm

1 − 1 ft

1 ft 12 s Icon marker swell

6pm

0 − 1 ft

1 ft 3 s Icon marker swell

Sunday 24/03

1am

0 − 1 ft

1 ft 4 s Icon marker swell

7am

0 − 0 ft

0.5 ft 5 s Icon marker swell

4pm

1 − 1 ft

1 ft 5 s Icon marker swell

8pm

0 − 0 ft

1 ft 4 s Icon marker swell

Monday 25/03

1am

FLAT

0.5 ft 3 s Icon marker swell

6am

FLAT

0.5 ft 3 s Icon marker swell

9am

FLAT

0 ft 3 s Icon marker swell

2pm

FLAT

0.5 ft 3 s Icon marker swell

10pm

FLAT

0.5 ft 3 s Icon marker swell

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ABOUT Bournemouth

Bournemouth tends to rely on wind swell for waves, because Bournemouth is located in the English Channel it doesn't always get the ground swells that Cornwall and Devon receive.