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Old 12 January 2014, 15:09   #21
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So who has the looe tidetables.
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Not Andy by the sounds of it
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Old 12 January 2014, 17:50   #22
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Not Andy by the sounds of it
Don't be so mean....Andy is at least trying to organise something

So who does have the local tide tables? is there some time-warp when crossing into Cornish waters
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So who does have the local tide tables?
The times I posted were from Reeds Almanac (assuming I read it correctly) and are Plymouth -0010.
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Old 13 January 2014, 02:07   #24
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What we need is a date where high water is somewhere around 13/1400.

This will allow us to launch, get over to Looe and get back with enough water for an easy recovery.

Looks like the Easter weekend may be out. Is there a good weekend some where around then or does the first May bank holiday fit?

Can some one who can be trusted with a table take a look, Google is not my friend on tables
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Looe pasty run

Here we go again, Andy. Same as last year!

Tides for Looe around lunch time on a weekend are few and far between.

None for March, same for April but Sat 5th May, HW Looe is around 1500hrs BST, next date is Sat 24th May with an identical time.

Hopefully it will happen this year, will watch for your post.

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Here we go again, Andy. Same as last year!
I know - I shouldn't be allowed out without a tide table

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Tides for Looe around lunch time on a weekend are few and far between.

None for March, same for April but Sat 5th May, HW Looe is around 1500hrs BST, next date is Sat 24th May with an identical time.

Hopefully it will happen this year, will watch for your post.

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May the 10th seems to show a 1530 Plymouth - Free 2014 tide tables and tidal flow atlases : from Visit My Harbour which would give Looe a high at 1510 ish.

How does this date sound - we found last year that low tide doesn't work too well in the area.

I make the 5th May a Monday??
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If it's a normal weekend not a bank holiday. I could prob make it too! :-)
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If it's a normal weekend not a bank holiday. I could prob make it too! :-)
The tenth of May is a normal weekend

Does that work. For others?
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The tenth of May is a normal weekend

Does that work. For others?
I will attempt asking she who must be obeyed!!
I will have to hunt out a big layby or carpark to pull up in on the Friday night!
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The tenth of May is a normal weekend

Does that work. For others?
Good for me, I am on call but it won't take me that long to get to Salcombe
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