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We noticed this one coming. A couple of days in the past, a swell was brewing off the coast of Eire, a loopy, swirling mass of oceanic juice that whipped up the North Atlantic in to a September delight – marking the primary correct swell of the season that crammed in to spots all throughout Europe yesterday.
Technically, autumn does’t begin till September 23. However this month holds a particular place in lots of northern hemisphere surfer’s hearts because the time when swells actually begin to kick up. And Monday, sheltered spots throughout the UK and Eire started to really feel the influence of this primary run of waves, rifled to shore from that storm buzzing up high. A clear, 2-4ft on the uncovered areas, coupled with a robust southerly wind. Which meant, north-facing seashores, or a number of the west-facing areas with safety from excessive cliffs, would have been the go to for cover.
Large Tommy Butts is 6’2″ (belief us, we have measured him) and right here he’s, out at macking north Fistral on Tuesday.
© 2022 – Jonathan Snook
It wasn’t till Tuesday [September 6] that these fingers of swell actually stretched out into elements of Europe’s western flank, from the UK all the way in which down into Portugal. For individuals who preserved the most well liked and one of many flattest summers in European historical past (particularly because it follows the 2021 summer time, which was the flattest it has been in 13-years), September kicking off with a growth is a few a lot welcome strain launch. That is the way it panned out from up north to down south.

UK’s Fistral – ‘The Day We have Been Ready For’

View from over North Fistral car park. Given there was a bit of south in the swell during the day, a lot of other places wouldn't have felt the energy as much as here. And when you pull up to something like this, you know you've made the right call.

View from over North Fistral automotive park. Given there was a little bit of south within the swell in the course of the day, lots of different locations would not have felt the power as a lot as right here. And if you pull as much as one thing like this, you realize you have made the proper name.

© 2022 – Tom Vaughan

The UK’s browsing Mecca of Newquay was the standout for this swell on Tuesday. North Fistral was serving up barrels and beatings in equal measure, amidst that brisk southerly wind.

“That was wonderful,” stated Tom Butler. “My first surf in about 5, six weeks. There was a extremely lengthy flat spell after which I had COVID, which took all my power for a few weeks. It was further particular truly, first time paddling out on a brand new 6’6” from Dylan Longbottom, the Predator mannequin. It went unreal, I used to be simply looking for barrels. If the tide was a bit decrease, it may need have been a bit hollower and if the wind was south easterly reasonably than SSE, then that may have opened it up a bit higher as effectively. A pleasant one out the blocks, 6ft plus.”

Connell Alexander is a RAF Pilot, who checked the forecast and drove down from Devon early Tuesday morning. “I’ve obtained the week off, so this swell was excellent timing for me, which does not usually occur. It was fairly chunky on the market so needed to see the way it goes.”

© 2022 – Tom Vaughan

© 2022 – Pic left by Tom Vaughan, proper by Jon Snook.

“It was very satisfying to mud off the lengthy lens and shoot some correct waves once more,” stated photographer Jon Snook, pictured above, left and his imaginative and prescient of Fistral, proper. “Although it has been so lengthy, it felt all too acquainted as soon as I noticed a number of units roll by. Fistral was completely firing 4-6ft. The wind was howling into the rights making them hole, and the units have been actually constant. Hopefully that is the beginning of a superb run and an honest winter us.”

Busy? Yeah, this is one of the only spots in Newquay you can get parked for free. Get there early...

Busy? Yeah, this is without doubt one of the solely spots in Newquay you may get parked without spending a dime. Get there early…

© 2022 – Tom Vaughan.

© 2022 – Jonathan Snook

In the meantime, Kam Matthews (pic above) was discovering his personal house on the market. “I noticed this swell come coming from the report with excellent offshore winds. Everybody was ripping and buying and selling some stable 4-6ft waves, it was that excellent North Fistral form. Does not get significantly better than that.”

Alan Stokes, Newquay stalwart, somewhere a little quieter...

Alan Stokes, Newquay stalwart, someplace just a little quieter…

...and Lauren Sandland: “Really nice to have waves back as soon as September started,

…and Lauren Sandland: “Very nice to have waves again as quickly as September began,” she advised MSW. “The waves have been a enjoyable measurement, with some good wedges coming by in a pleasant, quiet lineup. I ended up driving a Pyzel Phantom, that is formed by Nigel Semmens in Newquay.”

© 2022 – Mr B Productions

Rhys left, centre the smaller Monday swell just down the road and right, that's one way you know you're in a surf town. And top, dogs are allowed back on the beach again, woohoo!

Rhys left, centre the smaller Monday swell simply down the street and proper, that is a method you realize you are in a surf city. And high, canine are allowed again on the seashore once more, woohoo!

© 2022 – Tom Vaughan

Rhys Phillips, pictured above on the left right here: “Low tide at Fistral was providing the primary of the winter swell, after a slog of a paddle out, sitting out again watching everybody getting barrelled at north was nice. The waves on the south finish of the seashore have been even had the odd overhead peelers. Solely a handful of individuals out.. deliver on the September swells!”

If you peak closely, you can just make out the nose of Leon Mansfield's board here.

In the event you peak intently, you’ll be able to simply make out the nostril of Leon Mansfield’s board right here.

© 2022 – Tom Vaughan

© 2022 – TIDES Surf Magazine / Ryan Vail

Bonus Eire! The standard haunts have been just about flat, we have been advised. However Grace Doyle and Craig Butler (pictured above) manger to search out just a little little bit of shelter near house. “There was lots of power on the market and loads of waves at one among my favorite spots,” stated Grace. “Precisely what was wanted after that flat summer time. I rode two boards, a 5’9” Quiver Poppa and a 5’11” W.O.C mannequin within the night when the swell obtained a bit greater. Felt significantly better having extra quantity. Such a superb feeling to have noodle arms once more.”

“I can not keep in mind a summer time so horrible for surf,” stated Craig. “Was nice to see there was a superb buzz round city for the arrival of this swell. Simple to say, after a few flat months, there have been a number of individuals with spaghetti arms after that session. Carry on winter!”

Pete Specht moved from South Africa to Cornwall, a short while again. “It was exhausting work on the market, particularly as I have never surfed in over a 12 months! It was good enjoyable although and good to get on the market once more.”

© 2022 – Tom Vaughan

Up in Croyde although, come thoughts surf these empty September periods! As captured by our live cam.

We have a shiny new Fistral cam! See here

France – Hossegor Ushers It In

Crest that horizon in the morning for the classically framed Hossegor boom.

Crest that horizon within the morning for the classically framed Hossegor growth.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud

On the identical day, France’s south west was absorbing that very same swell. Within the morning yesterday, wind was gentle because the swell filtered in from the WNW. Not fairly the perfect NW angle, however nonetheless sufficient for the likes of Joan Duru and Marc Lacomere to discover a quiet few runners. “First swell lastly arrived after a extremely flat summer season,” stated photographer Seb Picaud. “It wasn’t these excellent circumstances we will typically see right here, however it was a extremely good begin of the season.Principally, it was simply the morning, the wind was too robust after that. Not too crowded, nice barrels, let’s have a look at what’s subsequent.”

Ibra Sambe, just taking it in for a while...

Ibra Sambe, simply taking it in for some time…

© 2022 – Seb Picaud

...and Sinoe Cronier under the hood.

…and Sinoe Cronier below the hood.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud

Marc (left) and Joan talking tactics or just shooting the breeze?

Marc (left) and Joan speaking ways or simply taking pictures the breeze?

© 2022 – Vincent Suky.

Joan Duru.

Joan Duru.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

A bit further down the way and Sinoe Cronier was finding shelter.

A bit additional down the way in which and Sinoe Cronier was discovering shelter.

© 2022 – RIPITUP

Imaging going out for a surf lesson...

Imaging going out for a surf lesson…

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

... and Jeremy Flores is just doing this in front of you!

… and Jeremy Flores is simply doing this in entrance of you!

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

It's not all XL wide tubes either, Marco Mignot squeezing through.

It is not all XL broad tubes both, Marco Mignot squeezing by.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

The place to surf in France? See HERE

Portugal – September in Peniche and Past

Ericeira is a World Surfing Reserve, located about an hour south of Peniche. Worth it, if you know what you're getting yourself into; a powerful wave breaking in deep water.

Ericeira is a World Browsing Reserve, positioned about an hour south of Peniche. Price it, if you realize what you are getting your self into; a robust wave breaking in deep water.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Portugal, a land with many choices for a rustic so small. Our common lensperson Helio Antonio took the day to scoot round Peniche and past. “There was barely anybody out at Supertubos after I obtained there,” he reported. “However one man was ripping. I have never seen him earlier than, chased him down and took a portrait image of him. Actually gifted.”

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Seems, it was Julian Serres, a surfer from Argentina over in Portugal for the professional world tour’s Qualifying Collection, as pictured above. “My coach Turko Adi owns a home right here in Peniche so I got here right here to coach for a month and a half,” he advised Helio. “I do know the season is simply beginning right here in Portugal however there’s at all times some good waves and I take each probability I can to surf. Right this moment’s session right here at Supertubos was very shocking as a result of there weren’t lots of people browsing and there have been some good waves, a number of barrels and a few good air sections, so the surf was lots of enjoyable.”

Supertubos, still breeze, keeps the crowds down.

Supertubos, nonetheless breeze, retains the crowds down.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Group of groms aka our next great hope!

Group of groms aka our subsequent nice hope!

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

On the left, Peniche, its huge swooping bay and the right, Baleal. Then, further down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.

On the left, Peniche, its large swooping bay and the proper, Baleal. Then, additional down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

A few strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, meaning it was straight onshore and stronger than the shots above with Julian at Supertubos, it's actually a safe haven away from that funk. As you can see by the amount of people seeking refuge.

A couple of strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, that means it was straight onshore and stronger than the photographs above with Julian at Supertubos, it is truly a secure haven away from that funk. As you’ll be able to see by the quantity of individuals searching for refuge.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Please help us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some friendly fire!

Please assist us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some pleasant fireplace!

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Traditionally, Supertubos is a left, but when needs must...

Historically, Supertubos is a left, however when wants should…

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Reside cam: Supertubos

MSW Swell Breakdown

MSW North Atlantic Swell chart from Saturday September 2 to Wednesday September 7

MSW forecaster Tony Butt runs this swell down: The swell originated from a cut-off low (a storm that’s indifferent from the primary Atlantic westerly circulate and subsequently tends to float round in the identical place – as proven within the animated chart above. The cut-off low is above Eire) that began to develop simply northwest of Eire on Friday September 2.

Over the following 48 hours it grew stronger and, by round noon on Sunday Sept 4, it had morphed right into a binary system, (aka two storms circling one another, giving it that yin-yang look) with the 2 centres southwest of Eire. Robust north and northwest winds on its west and south flanks respectively, began producing some swell for westerly exposures in southern areas.

By Monday, it had returned to a single-centred system and drifted barely north, now with robust west and southwest winds pumping swell into Biscay and up into southwest UK and Eire. On Tuesday, it was simply west of Eire and began to weaken, however swell was nonetheless reaching uncovered spots from southwest Eire proper right down to Portugal. The swell is predicted to proceed for the following couple of days, regularly weakening and disappearing by across the finish of the week.

And after that? Potential swell from Hurricane Danielle! Keep tuned…


View from over North Fistral automotive park. Given there was a little bit of south within the swell in the course of the day, lots of different locations would not have felt the power as a lot as right here. And if you pull as much as one thing like this, you realize you have made the proper name.
© 2022 – Tom Vaughan
The UK’s browsing Mecca of Newquay was the standout for this swell on Tuesday. North Fistral was serving up barrels and beatings in equal measure, amidst that brisk southerly wind.
“That was wonderful,” stated Tom Butler. “My first surf in about 5, six weeks. There was a extremely lengthy flat spell after which I had COVID, which took all my power for a few weeks. It was further particular truly, first time paddling out on a brand new 6’6” from Dylan Longbottom, the Predator mannequin. It went unreal, I used to be simply looking for barrels. If the tide was a bit decrease, it may need have been a bit hollower and if the wind was south easterly reasonably than SSE, then that may have opened it up a bit higher as effectively. A pleasant one out the blocks, 6ft plus.”
Connell Alexander is a RAF Pilot, who checked the forecast and drove down from Devon early Tuesday morning. “I’ve obtained the week off, so this swell was excellent timing for me, which does not usually occur. It was fairly chunky on the market so needed to see the way it goes.”
© 2022 – Tom Vaughan
© 2022 – Pic left by Tom Vaughan, proper by Jon Snook.
“It was very satisfying to mud off the lengthy lens and shoot some correct waves once more,” stated photographer Jon Snook, pictured above, left and his imaginative and prescient of Fistral, proper. “Although it has been so lengthy, it felt all too acquainted as soon as I noticed a number of units roll by. Fistral was completely firing 4-6ft. The wind was howling into the rights making them hole, and the units have been actually constant. Hopefully that is the beginning of a superb run and an honest winter us.”
Busy? Yeah, this is without doubt one of the solely spots in Newquay you may get parked without spending a dime. Get there early…
© 2022 – Tom Vaughan.
© 2022 – Jonathan Snook
In the meantime, Kam Matthews (pic above) was discovering his personal house on the market. “I noticed this swell come coming from the report with excellent offshore winds. Everybody was ripping and buying and selling some stable 4-6ft waves, it was that excellent North Fistral form. Does not get significantly better than that.”
Alan Stokes, Newquay stalwart, someplace just a little quieter…
…and Lauren Sandland: “Very nice to have waves again as quickly as September began,” she advised MSW. “The waves have been a enjoyable measurement, with some good wedges coming by in a pleasant, quiet lineup. I ended up driving a Pyzel Phantom, that is formed by Nigel Semmens in Newquay.”
© 2022 – Mr B Productions
Rhys left, centre the smaller Monday swell simply down the street and proper, that is a method you realize you are in a surf city. And high, canine are allowed again on the seashore once more, woohoo!
© 2022 – Tom Vaughan
Rhys Phillips, pictured above on the left right here: “Low tide at Fistral was providing the primary of the winter swell, after a slog of a paddle out, sitting out again watching everybody getting barrelled at north was nice. The waves on the south finish of the seashore have been even had the odd overhead peelers. Solely a handful of individuals out.. deliver on the September swells!”
In the event you peak intently, you’ll be able to simply make out the nostril of Leon Mansfield’s board right here.
© 2022 – Tom Vaughan
© 2022 – TIDES Surf Magazine / Ryan Vail
Bonus Eire! The standard haunts have been just about flat, we have been advised. However Grace Doyle and Craig Butler (pictured above) manger to search out just a little little bit of shelter near house. “There was lots of power on the market and loads of waves at one among my favorite spots,” stated Grace. “Precisely what was wanted after that flat summer time. I rode two boards, a 5’9” Quiver Poppa and a 5’11” W.O.C mannequin within the night when the swell obtained a bit greater. Felt significantly better having extra quantity. Such a superb feeling to have noodle arms once more.”
“I can not keep in mind a summer time so horrible for surf,” stated Craig. “Was nice to see there was a superb buzz round city for the arrival of this swell. Simple to say, after a few flat months, there have been a number of individuals with spaghetti arms after that session. Carry on winter!”
Pete Specht moved from South Africa to Cornwall, a short while again. “It was exhausting work on the market, particularly as I have never surfed in over a 12 months! It was good enjoyable although and good to get on the market once more.”
© 2022 – Tom Vaughan
Up in Croyde although, come thoughts surf these empty September periods! As captured by our live cam.
We have a shiny new Fistral cam! See here

France – Hossegor Ushers It In

Crest that horizon in the morning for the classically framed Hossegor boom.

Crest that horizon within the morning for the classically framed Hossegor growth.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud

On the identical day, France’s south west was absorbing that very same swell. Within the morning yesterday, wind was gentle because the swell filtered in from the WNW. Not fairly the perfect NW angle, however nonetheless sufficient for the likes of Joan Duru and Marc Lacomere to discover a quiet few runners. “First swell lastly arrived after a extremely flat summer season,” stated photographer Seb Picaud. “It wasn’t these excellent circumstances we will typically see right here, however it was a extremely good begin of the season.Principally, it was simply the morning, the wind was too robust after that. Not too crowded, nice barrels, let’s have a look at what’s subsequent.”

Ibra Sambe, just taking it in for a while...

Ibra Sambe, simply taking it in for some time…

© 2022 – Seb Picaud

...and Sinoe Cronier under the hood.

…and Sinoe Cronier below the hood.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud

Marc (left) and Joan talking tactics or just shooting the breeze?

Marc (left) and Joan speaking ways or simply taking pictures the breeze?

© 2022 – Vincent Suky.

Joan Duru.

Joan Duru.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

A bit further down the way and Sinoe Cronier was finding shelter.

A bit additional down the way in which and Sinoe Cronier was discovering shelter.

© 2022 – RIPITUP

Imaging going out for a surf lesson...

Imaging going out for a surf lesson…

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

... and Jeremy Flores is just doing this in front of you!

… and Jeremy Flores is simply doing this in entrance of you!

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

It's not all XL wide tubes either, Marco Mignot squeezing through.

It is not all XL broad tubes both, Marco Mignot squeezing by.

© 2022 – Seb Picaud.

The place to surf in France? See HERE

Portugal – September in Peniche and Past

Ericeira is a World Surfing Reserve, located about an hour south of Peniche. Worth it, if you know what you're getting yourself into; a powerful wave breaking in deep water.

Ericeira is a World Browsing Reserve, positioned about an hour south of Peniche. Price it, if you realize what you are getting your self into; a robust wave breaking in deep water.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Portugal, a land with many choices for a rustic so small. Our common lensperson Helio Antonio took the day to scoot round Peniche and past. “There was barely anybody out at Supertubos after I obtained there,” he reported. “However one man was ripping. I have never seen him earlier than, chased him down and took a portrait image of him. Actually gifted.”

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Seems, it was Julian Serres, a surfer from Argentina over in Portugal for the professional world tour’s Qualifying Collection, as pictured above. “My coach Turko Adi owns a home right here in Peniche so I got here right here to coach for a month and a half,” he advised Helio. “I do know the season is simply beginning right here in Portugal however there’s at all times some good waves and I take each probability I can to surf. Right this moment’s session right here at Supertubos was very shocking as a result of there weren’t lots of people browsing and there have been some good waves, a number of barrels and a few good air sections, so the surf was lots of enjoyable.”

Supertubos, still breeze, keeps the crowds down.

Supertubos, nonetheless breeze, retains the crowds down.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Group of groms aka our next great hope!

Group of groms aka our subsequent nice hope!

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

On the left, Peniche, its huge swooping bay and the right, Baleal. Then, further down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.

On the left, Peniche, its large swooping bay and the proper, Baleal. Then, additional down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

A few strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, meaning it was straight onshore and stronger than the shots above with Julian at Supertubos, it's actually a safe haven away from that funk. As you can see by the amount of people seeking refuge.

A couple of strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, that means it was straight onshore and stronger than the photographs above with Julian at Supertubos, it is truly a secure haven away from that funk. As you’ll be able to see by the quantity of individuals searching for refuge.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Please help us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some friendly fire!

Please assist us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some pleasant fireplace!

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Traditionally, Supertubos is a left, but when needs must...

Historically, Supertubos is a left, however when wants should…

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Reside cam: Supertubos

MSW Swell Breakdown

MSW North Atlantic Swell chart from Saturday September 2 to Wednesday September 7

MSW forecaster Tony Butt runs this swell down: The swell originated from a cut-off low (a storm that’s indifferent from the primary Atlantic westerly circulate and subsequently tends to float round in the identical place – as proven within the animated chart above. The cut-off low is above Eire) that began to develop simply northwest of Eire on Friday September 2.

Over the following 48 hours it grew stronger and, by round noon on Sunday Sept 4, it had morphed right into a binary system, (aka two storms circling one another, giving it that yin-yang look) with the 2 centres southwest of Eire. Robust north and northwest winds on its west and south flanks respectively, began producing some swell for westerly exposures in southern areas.

By Monday, it had returned to a single-centred system and drifted barely north, now with robust west and southwest winds pumping swell into Biscay and up into southwest UK and Eire. On Tuesday, it was simply west of Eire and began to weaken, however swell was nonetheless reaching uncovered spots from southwest Eire proper right down to Portugal. The swell is predicted to proceed for the following couple of days, regularly weakening and disappearing by across the finish of the week.

And after that? Potential swell from Hurricane Danielle! Keep tuned…


Crest that horizon within the morning for the classically framed Hossegor growth.
© 2022 – Seb Picaud
On the identical day, France’s south west was absorbing that very same swell. Within the morning yesterday, wind was gentle because the swell filtered in from the WNW. Not fairly the perfect NW angle, however nonetheless sufficient for the likes of Joan Duru and Marc Lacomere to discover a quiet few runners. “First swell lastly arrived after a extremely flat summer season,” stated photographer Seb Picaud. “It wasn’t these excellent circumstances we will typically see right here, however it was a extremely good begin of the season.Principally, it was simply the morning, the wind was too robust after that. Not too crowded, nice barrels, let’s have a look at what’s subsequent.”
Ibra Sambe, simply taking it in for some time…
© 2022 – Seb Picaud
…and Sinoe Cronier below the hood.
© 2022 – Seb Picaud
Marc (left) and Joan speaking ways or simply taking pictures the breeze?
© 2022 – Vincent Suky.
Joan Duru.
© 2022 – Seb Picaud.
A bit additional down the way in which and Sinoe Cronier was discovering shelter.
© 2022 – RIPITUP
Imaging going out for a surf lesson…
© 2022 – Seb Picaud.
… and Jeremy Flores is simply doing this in entrance of you!
© 2022 – Seb Picaud.
It is not all XL broad tubes both, Marco Mignot squeezing by.
© 2022 – Seb Picaud.
The place to surf in France? See HERE

Portugal – September in Peniche and Past

Ericeira is a World Surfing Reserve, located about an hour south of Peniche. Worth it, if you know what you're getting yourself into; a powerful wave breaking in deep water.

Ericeira is a World Browsing Reserve, positioned about an hour south of Peniche. Price it, if you realize what you are getting your self into; a robust wave breaking in deep water.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Portugal, a land with many choices for a rustic so small. Our common lensperson Helio Antonio took the day to scoot round Peniche and past. “There was barely anybody out at Supertubos after I obtained there,” he reported. “However one man was ripping. I have never seen him earlier than, chased him down and took a portrait image of him. Actually gifted.”

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Seems, it was Julian Serres, a surfer from Argentina over in Portugal for the professional world tour’s Qualifying Collection, as pictured above. “My coach Turko Adi owns a home right here in Peniche so I got here right here to coach for a month and a half,” he advised Helio. “I do know the season is simply beginning right here in Portugal however there’s at all times some good waves and I take each probability I can to surf. Right this moment’s session right here at Supertubos was very shocking as a result of there weren’t lots of people browsing and there have been some good waves, a number of barrels and a few good air sections, so the surf was lots of enjoyable.”

Supertubos, still breeze, keeps the crowds down.

Supertubos, nonetheless breeze, retains the crowds down.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Group of groms aka our next great hope!

Group of groms aka our subsequent nice hope!

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

On the left, Peniche, its huge swooping bay and the right, Baleal. Then, further down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.

On the left, Peniche, its large swooping bay and the proper, Baleal. Then, additional down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

A few strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, meaning it was straight onshore and stronger than the shots above with Julian at Supertubos, it's actually a safe haven away from that funk. As you can see by the amount of people seeking refuge.

A couple of strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, that means it was straight onshore and stronger than the photographs above with Julian at Supertubos, it is truly a secure haven away from that funk. As you’ll be able to see by the quantity of individuals searching for refuge.

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Please help us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some friendly fire!

Please assist us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some pleasant fireplace!

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Traditionally, Supertubos is a left, but when needs must...

Historically, Supertubos is a left, however when wants should…

© 2022 – Helio Antonio.

Reside cam: Supertubos

MSW Swell Breakdown

MSW North Atlantic Swell chart from Saturday September 2 to Wednesday September 7

MSW forecaster Tony Butt runs this swell down: The swell originated from a cut-off low (a storm that’s indifferent from the primary Atlantic westerly circulate and subsequently tends to float round in the identical place – as proven within the animated chart above. The cut-off low is above Eire) that began to develop simply northwest of Eire on Friday September 2.

Over the following 48 hours it grew stronger and, by round noon on Sunday Sept 4, it had morphed right into a binary system, (aka two storms circling one another, giving it that yin-yang look) with the 2 centres southwest of Eire. Robust north and northwest winds on its west and south flanks respectively, began producing some swell for westerly exposures in southern areas.

By Monday, it had returned to a single-centred system and drifted barely north, now with robust west and southwest winds pumping swell into Biscay and up into southwest UK and Eire. On Tuesday, it was simply west of Eire and began to weaken, however swell was nonetheless reaching uncovered spots from southwest Eire proper right down to Portugal. The swell is predicted to proceed for the following couple of days, regularly weakening and disappearing by across the finish of the week.

And after that? Potential swell from Hurricane Danielle! Keep tuned…


Ericeira is a World Browsing Reserve, positioned about an hour south of Peniche. Price it, if you realize what you are getting your self into; a robust wave breaking in deep water.
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
Portugal, a land with many choices for a rustic so small. Our common lensperson Helio Antonio took the day to scoot round Peniche and past. “There was barely anybody out at Supertubos after I obtained there,” he reported. “However one man was ripping. I have never seen him earlier than, chased him down and took a portrait image of him. Actually gifted.”
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
Seems, it was Julian Serres, a surfer from Argentina over in Portugal for the professional world tour’s Qualifying Collection, as pictured above. “My coach Turko Adi owns a home right here in Peniche so I got here right here to coach for a month and a half,” he advised Helio. “I do know the season is simply beginning right here in Portugal however there’s at all times some good waves and I take each probability I can to surf. Right this moment’s session right here at Supertubos was very shocking as a result of there weren’t lots of people browsing and there have been some good waves, a number of barrels and a few good air sections, so the surf was lots of enjoyable.”
Supertubos, nonetheless breeze, retains the crowds down.
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
Group of groms aka our subsequent nice hope!
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
On the left, Peniche, its large swooping bay and the proper, Baleal. Then, additional down the coast is Supertubos at Praia do Medão.
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
A couple of strokes north of Peniche is Baleal. When the wind picked up from the west, that means it was straight onshore and stronger than the photographs above with Julian at Supertubos, it is truly a secure haven away from that funk. As you’ll be able to see by the quantity of individuals searching for refuge.
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
Please assist us ID this surfer out of Lagide (north of Supertubos), sending some pleasant fireplace!
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
Historically, Supertubos is a left, however when wants should…
© 2022 – Helio Antonio.
Reside cam: Supertubos

MSW Swell Breakdown

MSW North Atlantic Swell chart from Saturday September 2 to Wednesday September 7

MSW forecaster Tony Butt runs this swell down: The swell originated from a cut-off low (a storm that’s indifferent from the primary Atlantic westerly circulate and subsequently tends to float round in the identical place – as proven within the animated chart above. The cut-off low is above Eire) that began to develop simply northwest of Eire on Friday September 2.

Over the following 48 hours it grew stronger and, by round noon on Sunday Sept 4, it had morphed right into a binary system, (aka two storms circling one another, giving it that yin-yang look) with the 2 centres southwest of Eire. Robust north and northwest winds on its west and south flanks respectively, began producing some swell for westerly exposures in southern areas.

By Monday, it had returned to a single-centred system and drifted barely north, now with robust west and southwest winds pumping swell into Biscay and up into southwest UK and Eire. On Tuesday, it was simply west of Eire and began to weaken, however swell was nonetheless reaching uncovered spots from southwest Eire proper right down to Portugal. The swell is predicted to proceed for the following couple of days, regularly weakening and disappearing by across the finish of the week.

And after that? Potential swell from Hurricane Danielle! Keep tuned…


MSW North Atlantic Swell chart from Saturday September 2 to Wednesday September 7
MSW forecaster Tony Butt runs this swell down: The swell originated from a cut-off low (a storm that’s indifferent from the primary Atlantic westerly circulate and subsequently tends to float round in the identical place – as proven within the animated chart above. The cut-off low is above Eire) that began to develop simply northwest of Eire on Friday September 2.
Over the following 48 hours it grew stronger and, by round noon on Sunday Sept 4, it had morphed right into a binary system, (aka two storms circling one another, giving it that yin-yang look) with the 2 centres southwest of Eire. Robust north and northwest winds on its west and south flanks respectively, began producing some swell for westerly exposures in southern areas.
By Monday, it had returned to a single-centred system and drifted barely north, now with robust west and southwest winds pumping swell into Biscay and up into southwest UK and Eire. On Tuesday, it was simply west of Eire and began to weaken, however swell was nonetheless reaching uncovered spots from southwest Eire proper right down to Portugal. The swell is predicted to proceed for the following couple of days, regularly weakening and disappearing by across the finish of the week.
And after that? Potential swell from Hurricane Danielle! Keep tuned…

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