2009 thames estuary tides

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alien
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2009 thames estuary tides

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A link to all thames estuary tides for 2009 and beyond. Some of you might find it usefull.

http://www.pla.co.uk/display_fixedpage. ... navigation



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Hiya,

Heres on for you to try.... http://easytide.ukho.gov.uk/EASYTIDE/Ea ... ortID=0110

*Don't forget to add 1hr for British Summertime ;)

Another good idea is a tide-clock, they can be purchased from the interweb or and good boat store, once set it'll tell you the hours +/- to high and low tide everyday. Also makes a good ornament (well I think so).

Course if your landlocked, a tide clock is a bout as usefull as a chocolate teapot :D

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It never occured to me that there was such a thing as a tide clock. Something to add to my want list.

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free tide prediction program

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heres a free tide program http://www.wxtide32.com/ its really good you can print tide predictions for months ahead for any location world wide or uk ;)

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Hi,

As promised a picture of a tide-clock, they are available in various designs/colours/sizes etc.


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TF.

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Re: free tide prediction program

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wilky wrote:heres a free tide program http://www.wxtide32.com/ its really good you can print tide predictions for months ahead for any location world wide or uk ;)
A very handy piece of software, thanks for that. Works in real time too.

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Post by macer »

threefields wrote:Hiya,

Heres on for you to try.... http://easytide.ukho.gov.uk/EASYTIDE/Ea ... ortID=0110

*Don't forget to add 1hr for British Summertime ;)

Another good idea is a tide-clock, they can be purchased from the interweb or and good boat store, once set it'll tell you the hours +/- to high and low tide everyday. Also makes a good ornament (well I think so).

Course if your landlocked, a tide clock is a bout as usefull as a chocolate teapot :D
What a great gadget, I might try to get one methinks...... oh yes to go with my chocolate teapot lol

Cheers macer :D

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