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Cocoa Beach Surf Report

surf

1-3ft

wind

16-24mph SE onshore

swell

2.2ft 6s ESE
0.5ft 9s ENE
0.4ft 11s East

weather

74°f

uv index

4

water

67°f

water quality

Good

wind wave

2.1ft 6s ESE

next tide

Low at 11:11 pm
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updated 11 hours ago

cocoa beach surf report

SE to S flow thru Wed. dropping surf each day...

cocoa beach surf forecast

Next 3 days SE to S winds 15+mph. Waist+ for the bigger wind bumps! Semi clean inlets thru Wed.
Las Olas Beach Club Cocoa Beach, FL

swell

Today
1/25
2ft - 4ft
1ft - 3ft
Tuesday
1/26
2ft - 3ft
1ft - 2ft
Wednesday
1/27
1ft - 2ft
0ft - 2ft
Thursday
1/28
1ft - 4ft
1ft - 2ft
Friday
1/29
2ft - 4ft
1ft - 2ft
Saturday
1/30
3ft - 4ft
1ft - 2ft
Sunday
1/31
3ft - 4ft
1ft - 2ft
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
9
9
9
9
9
10
9
10
12
12
11
12
11
14
13
13
12
12
12
12
wind (mph)
8
10
13
18
16
12
7
7
9
12
12
8
3
6
13
17
12
10
23
23
24
24
23
23
16
16
16
15
13
12
8
8
10
12
13
13
12
10
12
13
13
12

buoys

Cape Canaveral Nearshore (41113)
3.3ft
5s
ESE
0.7ft
11.1s
East
20 Mile Canaveral (41009)
4.6ft
6s
ESE
2.3ft
9.1s
ENE
120 Mile Canaveral (41010)
5.2ft
6s
SE
2.3ft
9.1s
NE

Monday, January 25
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
2-3ft
1.8ft
6s
East
8mph
SE
onshore
67°f
8am
2-3ft
1.7ft
6s
East
0.4ft
9s
ESE
0.4ft
10s
East
10mph
SSE
onshore
69°f
11am
2-3ft
1.9ft
6s
East
0.5ft
8s
ENE
0.3ft
11s
East
13mph
SSE
onshore
74°f
11am
2-3ft
1.9ft
6s
East
0.5ft
8s
ENE
0.3ft
11s
East
13mph
SSE
onshore
74°f
2pm
3ft
2ft
6s
East
0.6ft
11s
ENE
18mph
SSE
cross shore
78°f
5pm
3ft
2.2ft
6s
ESE
0.5ft
9s
ENE
0.4ft
11s
East
16mph
South
cross shore
74°f
8pm
3ft
2.2ft
6s
ESE
0.5ft
10s
ENE
12mph
South
cross shore
71°f
Tuesday, January 26
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
2-3ft
1.7ft
6s
ESE
1.6ft
6s
SE
0.4ft
9s
East
7mph
SSW
cross shore
65°f
8am
2ft
1.4ft
6s
ESE
1.3ft
6s
ESE
0.4ft
9s
East
7mph
SSW
cross shore
66°f
11am
2ft
1.3ft
6s
ESE
1.2ft
6s
ESE
0.4ft
9s
East
9mph
SSW
cross shore
74°f
11am
2ft
1.3ft
6s
ESE
1.2ft
6s
ESE
0.4ft
9s
East
9mph
SSW
cross shore
74°f
2pm
2ft
1.2ft
6s
ESE
1.1ft
6s
ESE
0.4ft
9s
East
12mph
South
cross shore
78°f
5pm
2ft
1.2ft
6s
ESE
1.1ft
6s
ESE
0.3ft
9s
East
12mph
SSE
cross shore
75°f
8pm
2ft
1.3ft
6s
ESE
0.4ft
9s
East
8mph
South
cross shore
72°f
Wednesday, January 27
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
2ft
1.2ft
5s
ESE
1.1ft
5s
SE
0.4ft
8s
East
3mph
WSW
offshore
65°f
8am
1-2ft
1ft
5s
ESE
1ft
5s
SE
0.3ft
8s
East
6mph
SSW
cross shore
67°f
11am
1-2ft
0.9ft
5s
ESE
0.6ft
4s
SE
0.6ft
6s
ESE
13mph
SW
offshore
74°f
11am
1-2ft
0.9ft
5s
ESE
0.6ft
4s
SE
0.6ft
6s
ESE
13mph
SW
offshore
74°f
2pm
1-2ft
1ft
6s
ESE
0.5ft
6s
ESE
0.4ft
5s
SE
17mph
SW
offshore
79°f
5pm
1ft
1ft
2s
SSW
0.5ft
3s
SE
0.4ft
6s
ESE
12mph
SW
offshore
76°f
8pm
1ft
1.1ft
2s
SW
0.5ft
4s
SE
0.4ft
6s
ESE
10mph
SW
offshore
72°f
Thursday, January 28
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
1ft
1.1ft
2s
West
0.4ft
5s
ESE
0.3ft
4s
SE
23mph
NNW
offshore
61°f
8am
1-2ft
1.6ft
3s
NW
0.3ft
5s
ESE
0.3ft
4s
SE
23mph
NNW
cross shore
58°f
11am
2ft
1.8ft
3s
NNW
0.2ft
9s
ESE
0.2ft
6s
ESE
24mph
North
cross shore
61°f
11am
2ft
1.8ft
3s
NNW
0.2ft
9s
ESE
0.2ft
6s
ESE
24mph
North
cross shore
61°f
2pm
2ft
2ft
3s
North
0.2ft
8s
ESE
24mph
North
cross shore
62°f
5pm
3-4ft
2.2ft
8s
ENE
0.6ft
9s
ENE
0.2ft
8s
ESE
23mph
North
cross shore
61°f
8pm
3-4ft
2.2ft
8s
ENE
0.2ft
9s
ESE
23mph
North
cross shore
57°f
Friday, January 29
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
3-4ft
1.9ft
9s
ENE
16mph
North
cross shore
57°f
8am
3ft
1.8ft
9s
ENE
16mph
North
cross shore
57°f
11am
3ft
1.7ft
8s
ENE
16mph
North
cross shore
61°f
11am
3ft
1.7ft
8s
ENE
16mph
North
cross shore
61°f
2pm
3ft
1.7ft
10s
ENE
15mph
NNE
cross shore
63°f
5pm
3ft
1.6ft
9s
ENE
13mph
NNE
cross shore
62°f
8pm
3ft
1.5ft
10s
East
1.5ft
10s
ENE
12mph
NNE
cross shore
61°f
Saturday, January 30
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
3ft
1.3ft
12s
East
1.3ft
12s
ENE
8mph
NE
onshore
58°f
8am
3ft
1.3ft
11s
East
1.2ft
11s
ENE
0.3ft
17s
East
8mph
ENE
onshore
59°f
11am
2-3ft
1.2ft
11s
East
1.2ft
11s
ENE
0.3ft
16s
East
10mph
East
onshore
64°f
11am
2-3ft
1.2ft
11s
East
1.2ft
11s
ENE
0.3ft
16s
East
10mph
East
onshore
64°f
2pm
3ft
1.3ft
12s
East
12mph
ESE
onshore
67°f
5pm
3ft
1.5ft
11s
East
13mph
ESE
onshore
67°f
8pm
3-4ft
1.5ft
14s
East
13mph
SE
onshore
66°f
Sunday, January 31
  surf swell wind weatherwx
5am
4ft
1.8ft
13s
East
1.2ft
13s
East
12mph
South
cross shore
63°f
8am
3-4ft
1.7ft
13s
East
1.1ft
13s
East
10mph
South
cross shore
64°f
11am
3-4ft
1.6ft
12s
East
1.1ft
12s
East
12mph
South
cross shore
69°f
11am
3-4ft
1.6ft
12s
East
1.1ft
12s
East
12mph
South
cross shore
69°f
2pm
3-4ft
1.5ft
12s
East
1.1ft
4s
SE
1ft
12s
East
13mph
South
cross shore
72°f
5pm
3ft
1.5ft
12s
East
0.9ft
12s
East
13mph
South
cross shore
71°f
8pm
3ft
1.4ft
12s
East
0.9ft
5s
ESE
0.8ft
12s
East
12mph
South
cross shore
70°f

cocoa beach surf break information

The Cocoa Beach Pier breaks on almost every type of swell! North swells are best in the chest to head high zone. South West winds will are perfect for grooming the sets.

Widely known as the surfing capital of the East Coast, the primary attraction to Cocoa Beach is the weather. With its prime positioning where two climatic zones (sub-tropic and temperate) meet, our weather usually avoids extremes. This unique coastal location attracts wildlife indigenous to both climatic zones, as well as migratory species and it is the primary tourist destination on the Florida Space Coast.

In downtown Cocoa Beach near Minuteman Causeway, an area known as Cottage Row offers a variety of specialty shops set up in charming old Naval housing. Cafes, nightclubs, and fine-dining establishments flank art galleries, bike rentals, and specialized surf shops. With an active nightlife and array of eateries, Cocoa Beach has established itself as an exciting locale among visitors as well as locals. Enjoy live music on the Party Deck at Coconuts On The Beach or the very fine martinis at Heidi’s Jazz Club.

Ron Jon Surf Shop is a destination unto itself as the “World’s Most Famous Surf Shop.” The Cocoa Beach Surf Company surf complex next door is another must see as it includes a hotel, surf school, travel agency, and tour operator. Cocoa Beach is also famous as the location of the “I Dream of Jeannie” television show that aired in the 70s. The Sunday Farmer’s Market and the nature trail at Lori Wilson Park are enjoyable excursions to add to any Cocoa Beach getaway.

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COCOAED

COCOAED

Sep 02, 2020 Can someone please put in another quarter into the wave machine? Seems there is never any decent surf here in Florida anymore.
BR

BR

Jul 28, 2020 Hi Walter. The big difference between wind and ground swells is how far they travel and the resulting wave condition. Wind swells are generated relativity close to shore and result in a shorter period (time between waves of 3-7 seconds usually though some can be up to 10 second) and makes bunched together sloppy conditions. A ground swell travels a much longer distance and carries more energy giving the waves time to spread out and organize. Those are those nice, long, defined lines with longer period swells that everyone loves.
Walter Howard

Walter Howard

Jul 27, 2020 Whats the difference between a wind swell and a ground swell ?
Patricio Ciclista Apenas QuerdO'Byrne

Patricio Ciclista Apenas QuerdO'Byrne

Jul 23, 2019 Every wave (and all else) happened last Thursday.
https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Last%20Thursdayism
flygirlrn1

flygirlrn1

Aug 23, 2014 Surf is coming. Figures I'll be out of town the beginning of next week but I have Thursday to surf before going back to work. I'll be at the pier you can count on that.
balboa

balboa

Aug 07, 2014 Hello Im new in this site , i like ,just one question why dont have the camera in daytone beach ?
flygirlrn1

flygirlrn1

Aug 01, 2014 I'm the other older gal that surfs the pier on a longboard.
Rosaria

Rosaria

Jul 19, 2014 Hi glad the cam is back up. Wow it gives a great view of both sides of the pier. Thanks! PS Chriscee yes we older surfers should stick together with the younger surfers. They are pretty cool.
chriscee

chriscee

Jul 12, 2014 Hi Rosaria...keep on surfin the pier...we old groms gotta stick together
surfeddie

surfeddie

Jun 22, 2014 What's up with the pier surf cam? I can see it being down for a day or 2 but,COME ON!! Its been a long time! WE NEED THAT SURF CAME WORKING!! PLEASE GET IT FIXED!! ITS CRITICAL!!
reggy

reggy

Apr 17, 2014 Im a native of Florida and Cocoa beach is my home. I love your sight, I watch it drinking my coffee everyday. I only get home once a year. This helps with the homesickness..Thanks Buddha
Reggy
El paso, Texas
carpetme@Hotmail.com

carpetme@Hotmail.com

Mar 02, 2014 Great Site, interesting locales. Used to wave at the camera at Rusty's although it seems to be offline now. Been coming to Cocoa for years glad to have discovered the site. See they are working on the beach again are they restoring?
Rosaria

Rosaria

Feb 16, 2014 Hi please be patient with me I'm the older female grom.Usually at the pier. If I give one more big hint you will know who I am. I love surfing as much as you younger fantastic surfers.
villagesurf

villagesurf

Nov 11, 2013 going to get good on wed.
ripper

ripper

Oct 11, 2012 yeah, went over yesterday i live in 0-town so it's not dat $5 drive anymore and i really rely on da reports. i check guru, surfline and quiet flight pic report and even ron"kok shop"report for shis and giggles. but' guru was pretty close. pier was about flat yesterday when i pulled up about 10am so i heade south. checked hangers to deep barely breaking it's mostly a bigger wave spot. so heade back south becuz of da tide was low going high and tables is a in coming tide break. not bad scored some chunky waist to chest semi chop long rides on my 9'6 island log. can't wait to get some waves so i cantake my 6'4 wider nose tihicker kinda king kelly shape 5 fins but i mostly use 3 or 4 depending on how it's breaking. anyway, keep up da good job guruuu, keeps me slightly informed.eace timmy ripper seminola!!!;-)
Surf4Awareness

Surf4Awareness

Oct 05, 2012 Happy Birthday Phil and Rich May your skies be clear in Anna Maria wish I could be there...
Bassprofessor

Bassprofessor

Sep 25, 2012 Fall Mullet run has begun Daughter and I caught Flounder,Redfish,Jacks,Snapper, Ladyfish,Sharks- (no Snook or Mackeral yet)in and around the mouth of Port Canaveral- Great time- go fish and learn to surf- This is a Great SITE...
Seed

Seed

Sep 24, 2012 New to this site. I go to Cocoa Beach for a month each year. I like the cam!
Surf4Awareness

Surf4Awareness

Sep 22, 2012 This sure beats the old days when we would watch the weather patterns and take a 2 hour trip hoping.
Thanks Surf Guru you rock!!!!
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Dave

Dave

Sep 20, 2012 Great site! Check it daily, even though I come to Cocoa Beach about twice yearly...everything's so handy. I just returned from there with my 11-yr.old grandson. Did some modest surfing; we're true groms, but learning.
Buddha

Buddha

Aug 31, 2012 thanks...Buddha
Bassprofessor

Bassprofessor

Aug 31, 2012 Snook season begins at midnight Sept 1- live croakers,pigfish,pinfish,greenies,handpicked shrimp during the right phase of incomeing or outgoing tides and hang on-use 50LB Fluorocarbon leaders-enjoy-This site is awesome to determine tides/seas and bikinis- Snakeman I catch em.
Bassprofessor

Bassprofessor

Jul 26, 2012 I love this site- unfortunately not any good at surfing but I refer to this site to check the marine conditions as I fish for Cobia,Tarpon, Snook, Kings etc. Off the Beach Pt. Canaveral and this site helps me decide to make the 45 minute drive from Orlando to the Port. Thanks guys and more bikini shots!! Kings just off the Beach and Fall mullet run will be here before you know it- lots of fun.