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Help please guys,where is the Breydon Tide guage situated
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Depends which way you are going.

From the nth to sth there is a gauge on the right bank near the boat yards.
Coming from the sth to nth there is a gauge just before the Yellow Dolphine.


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Peter, is this any help?

http://www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=22&Topic=12926



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Guys thanks for your help I know there are a couple of bridge clearance markers but what "Tide Guage reads zero"? As in the following comment from The Broads website
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Air draft when Breydon tide gauge zero

Breydon 18' 1"
Haven - 12' 9"
Bure / Vauxhall - 12' 2"


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Hello Peter,

Were you asking about the bridge indicators for Yarmouth?

If you were they are in poor condition at the lower levels where we need the information in order to pass through Yarmouth.
On our boat if we are going down river we need to see seven (7) rungs of the ladders clearly visible at the yacht station moorings and a lower tide is better. This is with the canopy down and the masthead light.

Coming up river there is a board indicator on the starboard just before the bridge.

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If in doubt......paddle like buggery up stream.

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Hi Guys
Thanks for the answers but we are not there yet.
On the BA website it states "when Breydon tied guage reads Zero. I dont believe this could be the bridge clearances any further suggestions please.
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if my thinking is right tide gauge zero would be when the water is still, between flow and ebb? When the water is still ie zero flow, at low tide.

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No it can't be that as its used to measure airdraft,
maybe a question for the quiz night. Or a phone call to Yarmouth Yacht station in the morning.
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but surely if the way i have written it tide gauge zero would mean that the max hieght/ airdraft could be achieved ?

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