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16 day detailed coastal forecasts for Europe.

Next generation forecasting for European coastlines.

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CUTTING EDGE FORECASTING

Ultra high resolution swell charts
showing shadow and refraction factors.

Derived from the 1.5km grid by the operational ECMWF Numerical Weather Prediction Model.

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Rating systems programmed by experienced coastal users

  • Visual Rating System
  • Human powered algorithms
  • 16 Day FREE charts, forecasts & tides

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European Coastline Focus

  • Dedicated European data sets
  • European swell window focus
  • Hi-fidelity hemisphere data

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Blended data sources

  • Global Forecast System Model
  • EWAM ICON Model
  • Open Government Sources
  • Our own open API - Coming soon

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A team of creatives, surfers and developers who are excited about unique ideas and crafting a top-notch European Surf Forecasting data service.

Western Approaches - Ultra Hi Res 1.7km grid - update every 6hrs -

Northern Europe Hi Res

Operational global 1/12 degree model - updated every 6hrs

Global

Twice a day cycle with a forecasting horizon of 72 h

Mediterranean Hi Res 72hr

Twice a day cycle with a forecasting horizon of 72 h

Canary Islands Hi Res 72hr

R&D

Researching European, regional and coastal wave forecast models.
was key.

Research

Obtaining accurate results from wave models in coastal regions is typically more difficult. This is due to the complex interactions between waves and the local environment

Matias Alday

Laboratoire d'Océanographie Physique et Spatiale

Location specifics

As of 2021, the ECMWF's weather model is generally considered to be the most accurate weather forecasting mode and is arguably the best weather model on the planet.

Paul Douglas

Meteorologist - Aeris Weather

Design Quality

It is thought that the distinct gradients visible in some of the wave parameters are function of the tides' phase and the mean wave direction.

Stacey Rickson

Project Manager, Colabrio

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