MeteoSurf Desktop

A free multi-source marine forecasting desktop application
designed to provide wind and wave conditions of the Mediterranean Sea.


MeteoSurf is mainly targeted for surfers and wind-surfers but anyone who needs to know the sea conditions will take advantage from this Desktop application.

Data can be displayed as animated graphic maps, or as detailed table data. The maps refer to the whole Mediterranean Sea, while the table data is able to provide specific information for any of the major surf spots in the Med.

Graphic Maps/

Two distinct graphic representation of the sea waves in the Med over graphic maps.

Single Spot Data/

A database of over 1,000 single spots, showing a detailed 5-days forecast with 3-hours interval.

Spots Map/

Search you spot by Country/Zone or click on it over a graphic map.

/Favorite Spots

Select your favorite spots by clicking on the heart icon in the header and save them into an easy-accessible list.

Add your spot to the database

Can't find your spot in the database?
No problem, just drop us an email and we will add it!


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Download Meteosurf Desktop

Version 1.0.0


All desktop operative systems.





Application version is monitored at every launch.
When a new version is available, you will get a desktop notice window, which brings you to the download page.

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MeteoSurf data is provided by following data sources:

  • The EU Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS), which provides regular and systematic reference information on the physical state, variability and dynamics of the ocean and marine ecosystems for the global ocean and the European regional seas. Resolution: 1/6th of degree.
  • The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) Global Forecast System (GFS) Atmospheric Model, providing numerical weather prediction model for the globe. Resolution: 0.5 degrees.
  • Consorzio LaMMA, a public consortium between Tuscany Region and the Italian National Research Council. These data are updated twice a day and they refer to a long-term forecast (5/6 days).