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Old 13 September 2004, 17:18   #1
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2005 Tide Tables

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Does anyone know where I can get the Tide timings for 2005.

I want book my time off for next year around favourable times.

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Old 13 September 2004, 17:21   #2
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If you buy a 2005 Almanac (such as Reed's) you will be able to find out. They had stacks of them at the boatshow. HTH.
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You could check on an electronic chart plotter, they have years of data.

Hope it helps.
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I only use them for 1 to 7 day, (free.. ), forecasts, but you can buy predictions from easytide.
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Does anyone know where I can get the Tide timings for 2005.

I have found Tideplotter very good - Easy to use, accurate and relativley good value.

http://www.tideplot.force9.co.uk

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As above - Tideplotter is brilliant and only £11.00.

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As above - Tideplotter is brilliant and only £11.00.

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yep agree just got my new one through,and its cheaper if you register with them for updates etc.
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Tidetables

Call me a cheapskate, but every year about this time I wander into the local garage that supplies fuel to the fishing fleet and pick up 2 free books of tidetables. Covers all the major ports in UK - from which minor ports can be calculated. One lives in the spares/emergency box on board and one set is kept in my navbag at home.
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tides up to 2040

I use Neptune tides goes up to 2040, it is basic but appears to work well. Would really like a tidal streams programme too.
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