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Hi all I would like to go to Yarmouth on a Wednesday to watch the firework display what would be the best time to arrive at Yarmouth yacht station I will be overnighting at Yarmouth. Confused

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Best time would be to travel down  from wherever you will be with the outgoing  tide and save yourself some fuel. Moor at the yacht station, £12 for overnight and the Rangers will assist you  

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Kev hi,

As you are not going through the bridges You could arrive for High water slack.

On Wednesday17th June high water slack is approx 12:00 lunch time. (11:48)

The only issue with this is if you had a long journey you would be against the current and as Mark has said you could save fuel by traveling with the current.

If you are traveling from somewhere fairly near to Yarmouth this should not be too much of an issue.

As the rise and fall is great at Yarmouth I would suggest that you get Yacht station staff to tie your ropes.

Maybe that's why it was named Great Yarmouth Smile

Have a great one. Cheers

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Thanks for your reply guys high water slack is when I want to arrive it will be 22/07/15 when I will be going and I will overnight somewhere not too far from Yarmouth on Tuesday eve. Cheers

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Hi Kev,

Sorry I misread your post thinking you were going next Wednesday. dunce

On Wednesday July 22nd low water slack approx 09:30 and high water slack very approximately 6 hours later.

You can get more up to date info closer the time. From the BA website I think BA tide tables forecast approx 30 days.
Don't forget the BA times are for Gorleston and you need to add 1 hour for the yacht station and a further 1 1/4 hours for slack water. Here is a link.

You can get tide tables well in advance by Clicking Here.  You don't have to add any time using this website for Yarmouth Yacht station but it  provides only low water and low water slack figures.

Hope this helps. Smile


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Thanks for the link ALANWOULD IT BE BETTER TO PHON YARMOUTH YACHT STATION BEFOR I SET OF TO IT TO SEE IF THERE ARE ANY MOORINGS AVALIBAL ? Question

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Don't know wye prev post is in upper caps. Confused

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There are a lot of moorings there but probably not a bad idea to ring.  They could also advise you the best time to arrive. Yacht Station Tel No: 01493 842794.

In addition opposite Yarmouth Yacht Station are two overnight moorings with electric at Everitt Marine Services Tel: 07943 700865.


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Thanks Alan


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