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Old 17 August 2009, 02:30   #1
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Next years tides

Hi all, I want to plan some dives pretty far offshore next year, I need to find when the best neap tides are during the summer months.
Is there a web site/ other source of info that can tell me next years predictions so I can book the boat before someone else does?!!

Thanks in advance

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Where and when do you want information for, and I can give you a pretty good idea
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Where and when do you want information for, and I can give you a pretty good idea

Dogger Bank summer next year.

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Crikey, I didn't realise it was out that early!

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Its not out yet. You have to pre-order and it will be delivered when available.
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Hi all, I want to plan some dives pretty far offshore next year, I need to find when the best neap tides are during the summer months.
Is there a web site/ other source of info that can tell me next years predictions so I can book the boat before someone else does?!!

Thanks in advance

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Looks like the period 18-22 August could be favourite (range is projecting at about 2.5m).

Otherwise, days around the time of:

7th or 21st June
7th or 21st July
5th August
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Looks like the period 18-22 August could be favourite (range is projecting at about 2.5m).

Otherwise, days around the time of:

7th or 21st June
7th or 21st July
5th August
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