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Pleasure Point-Second Peak ratings
Quality on a good day: 3.0
Consistency of Surf: 2.0
Difficulty Level: 3.0
Crowds: 2.0

Overall: 2.8

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  1. weather stationWind Update Continuing clean conditions at Pleasure Point-Second Peak (calm at Santa Cruz 0 km from Pleasure Point-Second Peak). 0.6m 12 s period swell from S
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Clean
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Pleasure Point-Second Peak Surf Forecast / CAL – Santa Cruz / USA

7 Day Weather and Surf, issued 10 pm Sunday 15 Jul 2018 PDT

Pleasure Point-Second Peak surf forecast is for near shore open water. Breaking waves will often be smaller at less exposed spots.

Today's Pleasure Point-Second Peak sea temperature is 14.4 °C (Statistics for 15 Jul 1981-2005 - mean: 13.7 max: 15.9 min: 12.5 °C)

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Wave Height (m) & direction (?)
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Period(s) (?)1212141211111010131317171716162019181816161616
Surfscale.metric
Wave
Graph
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Energy(?)7472514121211918323173757012486190142280276278347261220
Wind
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5
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10
WSW
5
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High Tide
/ height (m)
12:54AM
2.19

2:42PM
1.87
1:54AM
2.00

3:32PM
1.92
3:00AM
1.78

4:23PM
1.96
4:16AM
1.59

5:13PM
1.99

5:42AM
1.47
6:02PM
2.02

7:09AM
1.43
6:48PM
2.04

8:25AM
1.44
7:32PM
2.06


Low Tide
/ height (m)

7:56AM
0.12

8:08PM
1.01
8:45AM
0.30

9:23PM
0.96
9:33AM
0.49

10:41PM
0.89
10:24AM
0.68

11:59PM
0.78
11:16AM
0.84

1:07AM
0.66
12:10PM
0.98

2:04AM
0.55
1:04PM
1.08

2:52AM
0.45

Note: the tide data above is for Live Oak which is 3 km away. Surf properties and timing are calculated for Pleasure Point-Second Peak.New forecast is published every 6 hours at www.surf-forecast.com. See detailed tide info and graph

Offshore winds at Pleasure Point-Second Peak blow from the NW.
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Rain (mm)
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High °C
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Low °C
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Chill °C (?)
1723252025272126272127292325262124262125282219
Sunrise
-6:01--6:01--6:01--6:03--6:03--6:03--6:05--6:05
Sunset
--8:25--8:24--8:24--8:23--8:23--8:22--8:22--
Short Range Forecast: Mostly dry. Warm air temperatures (max 27°C on Tue afternoon, min 15°C on Sun night). Wind will be generally light.Long Range Forecast:Mostly dry. Warm air temperatures (max 29°C on Thu afternoon, min 18°C on Fri night). Wind will be generally light.

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Information about the Pleasure Point-Second Peak Surf forecast

The above surf forecast table for Pleasure Point-Second Peak provides essential information for determining whether the surfing conditions will be good over the next 7 days. A general guide to surfing at Pleasure Point-Second Peak can be found by selecting the local surf guide option on the grey menu. Our Pleasure Point-Second Peak surf forecast is unique since it includes wave energy (power) that defines the real feel of the surf rather than just the height or the period. If you surf the same spot (Pleasure Point-Second Peak) regularly then make a mental note of the wave energy from the surf forecast table each time you go. Very soon you may start to choose your surf days based on the wave energy alone combined with our forecast of favourable offshore wind conditions. Our star ratings will help here and of course you will also find the usual wave height and period predictions on our surf forecasts as well as a full break down of the swell components under our advanced users option (to reveal that, click the little Einstein character under the tide times).

Further information to help with frequently asked questions about our surf forecast for Pleasure Point-Second Peak may be found under the help tab on the top menu and also by moving your mouse over the question marks on the surf forecast table itself. Please always bear in mind that the forecast is for near-shore open water and local factors at each surf break influence the actual breaking wave height, such as the beach / reef profile, water depths offshore and shelter.

Pleasure Point-Second Peak is 3 km (2 miles) from the city of Live Oak. If you plan a vacation in Santa Cruz, look for hotels and other accommodation in Live Oak. Live Oak has rooms for a wide range of budgets as well as car hire and transport links.

FEATURE UPDATE: we now show red swell icons for 'open sea' swells that are travelling in an unfavourable direction for the surf break. In places, these swells may still wrap around coastlines and produce smaller waves at some breaks. They are also significant for windsurfers and other water users that tend to venture further off-shore.