The Ultimate Surf Watch

Transform your Apple Watch to a beautiful Surf Watch. Install the official Dawn Patrol Apple Watch Faces.

Meet the Dawn Patrol Modular

Watch Face

Tidal Chart & Swell Forecast

Know the tides for the day ahead.

The Dawn Patrol tide graph shows upcoming

tides displayed beautifully in colours that

represent the ocean and sand. This chart also

shows the swell forecast for that day.

Water Temperature

Plan your surf trip. Are you wearing

board shorts or a 5,4?

Current Wind Forecast

Is it offshore right now? Go surfing!

And for the next 6 hours

Know exactly what the wind is doing at your

local break for the day ahead.

Meet the Dawn Patrol Infograph Watch Face

Water Level and Tidal Movement

Is your spot tide dependant? Know when to go,

just by glancing at your Apple Watch.

Swell Height

Shown in feet or metres. Make sure

you're prepared for the conditions.

Next Tide

The exact time and depth of the next tide.

Second Next Tide

The exact time and depth of the second

next tide.

Swell Direction and Period

Live information about the current swell at your

chosen spot.

Tide Gauge

A tide gauge which shows the current

tide stage, as well as the next tide time.

Colours indicate the tide for ease of reference.

Wind Now

The current wind direction and strength.

Wind In 6 Hours

Working now?

Keep an eye on the upcoming wind conditions.

Install your favourite
Watch Face today

 

These Watch Faces are available for Apple Watch Series 4, 5, 6 and SE
Use your iPhone to download your favourite surf forecasting Watch Face and install it straight to your Apple Watch.
You’ll need an active Soul Surfer subscription, iOS 14 and WatchOS 7 or higher for this feature to work

Install your favourite
Watch Face today

 



 

 

These Watch Faces are available for Apple Watch Series 4, 5, 6 and SE
Use your iPhone to download your favourite surf forecasting Watch Face and install it straight to your Apple Watch.
You’ll need an active Soul Surfer subscription, iOS 14 and WatchOS 7 or higher for this feature to work