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Old 22 October 2006, 09:20   #1
Country: UK - England
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Boat name: titian109
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What tide software

Hi . I seem to be using my rib more and more for diving off ,when its not blowing like it is at the moment.
Now I,ve sort of mastered finding the wrecks etc but getting to them on the slack water can be tricky to say the least.
Is there any software that I can use or a web site to tap in either gps postion or wreck name to get the high and low water slacks ....



ps looking to dive the Aparima some time soon

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Old 22 October 2006, 11:08   #2
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Neptune tidal programme

We use it its cheap and ok, also do all the usual stuff like looking at tidal diamonds on charts and if you have the cash an almanac or tidal stream atlas, yes I know all extra cost, however, think about the amount of fuel you spent getting there and any air used that will need topping off at 2 - 2:50 a fill and books and paper dont seem all that bad value for money. Even better value for money is beer poured down other boaters necks who live in the area! worth its wait in gold.
New boat is here, very happy!
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