Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by Ken » Mon, 10 Feb 2003 09:02:56


looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
America East coast.
 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by jr.. » Mon, 10 Feb 2003 09:36:19

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>looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
>America East coast.

Try NOAA's site below:
http://tidesonline.nos.noaa.gov/

Regards,
John

 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by Alan Co » Mon, 10 Feb 2003 21:13:17

This:
http://www.ukho.gov.uk/easytide.html
tells me when it's safe to go outside.
Alan


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> looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
> America East coast.


 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by Ken » Tue, 11 Feb 2003 01:02:35

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>This:
>http://www.ukho.gov.uk/easytide.html
>tells me when it's safe to go outside.
>Alan



>> looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
>> America East coast.

Thank You
 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by Christopher Ant » Tue, 11 Feb 2003 03:34:15

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> looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
> America East coast.

Or you could try the UK's Admiralty site

http://www.hydro.gov.uk/tideprediction.cfm

 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by chris harriso » Wed, 12 Feb 2003 01:45:15

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> looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
> America East coast.

I use the application XTide -
http://www.flaterco.com/xtide/introduction.html which will make
prediction for absolutely anywhere (including the Thames, e.g.
http://www.vrc.org.uk/tides.phtml)

chris.

 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by chris harriso » Wed, 12 Feb 2003 01:45:37

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> looking for web sites or free software for tidal predictions for North
> America East coast.

I use the application XTide -
http://www.flaterco.com/xtide/introduction.html which will make
prediction for absolutely anywhere (including the Thames, e.g.
http://www.vrc.org.uk/tides.phtml)

chris.

 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by Christopher Ant » Thu, 13 Feb 2003 03:16:53

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> I use the application XTide -
> http://www.flaterco.com/xtide/introduction.html which will make
> prediction for absolutely anywhere (including the Thames, e.g.
> http://www.vrc.org.uk/tides.phtml)

I thought XTide didn't have UK data because unlike most of the rest of
the world the UK Hydrographic Office treat it as a state secret and
want to charge huge fees for releasing it.
 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by chris harriso » Thu, 13 Feb 2003 04:12:51

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> >I use the application XTide -
> >http://www.flaterco.com/xtide/introduction.html which will make
> >prediction for absolutely anywhere (including the Thames, e.g.
> >http://www.vrc.org.uk/tides.phtml)

> I thought XTide didn't have UK data because unlike most of the rest of
> the world the UK Hydrographic Office treat it as a state secret and
> want to charge huge fees for releasing it.

Twas never always so. Or, at least, there have been times when the
Admiralty's data was available ... But yes, the details of our waters'
behaviours are not free.
 
 
 

Anyone know of web sites with tidal predictions for North America East coast.

Post by David Biddulp » Thu, 13 Feb 2003 06:20:13

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>>> I use the application XTide -
>>> http://www.flaterco.com/xtide/introduction.html which will make
>>> prediction for absolutely anywhere (including the Thames, e.g.
>>> http://www.vrc.org.uk/tides.phtml)

>> I thought XTide didn't have UK data because unlike most of the rest
>> of the world the UK Hydrographic Office treat it as a state secret
>> and want to charge huge fees for releasing it.

> Twas never always so. Or, at least, there have been times when the
> Admiralty's data was available ... But yes, the details of our waters'
> behaviours are not free.

Of course on the Tideway it seems to be getting more & more difficult to
predict when (or even if) the tide will turn.  Perhaps Droggy doesn't want
to admit he doesn't know?  :-)
--
David Biddulph
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