Surf Report

Scarborough and Cayton Bay Surf Forecast  (Last updated: Friday 23th June 2017)

Looking like a great outlook for surf with a new pulse of NNE groundswell groomed by offshore winds.

Forecast Date Wave Conditions Swell Direction Swell Size Wind Direction Wind Speed High Tide AM High Tide PM
Saturday 24th June

Very poor outlook with little or no surf today. 

N 0 - 1 feet SW 15- 20 mph 4.47 5.9m 5.11 5.9m
Sunday 25th June

A fresh NNE swell will start to build late afternoon / evening time onwards. Due to a change in weather movement the swell looks to be arriving slightly later than originally forecasted. Keep an eye out on the cams mid arvo for an early suprise but realistically the main brunt of the swell will come later through dark and into monday.

NNE flat picking up evening time W 14 - 20 mph 5.34 6.0m 6.02 6.0m
Monday 26th June

Monday looks to be a cracking day of surf in the 3 - 4 feet range groomed by perfect offshore winds all day long. Enough said .

NNE 3 - 4 feet WSW 10 - 16 mph 6.20 6.0 m 6.52 5.9m
Tuesday 27th June

A smaller day as the swell trends down but 2 -3 feet of offshore summer surf is not to be scoffed at . 

N 2 - 3 feet W 6-12 mph 7.08 5.9m 7.43 5.7m
Wednesday 27th June

Small leftovers from yesterday. A dawnie is a must if you want the best of conditions as strong easterly winds mid morning onwards will crap out what ever is left. Good news is the easterly will likely re charge the surf for a suprise on Thursday 

ENE 1-2 feet dropping E 12 - 20 mph 7.56 5.7m 8.35 5.4m


All times are GMT except Mar 27 - Oct 29 which are British Summer Time
This Surf Forecast is for the Scarborough area covering North Bay, South Bay and Cayton Bay and is based entirely on our knowledge of the local area.