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Whenever I go boating on The Broads I compile a tide table that includes both low and high water times covering several locations.  It also lists approximate river level rise and fall figures.

I thought I would post a PDF copy as it may be useful to anyone boating on the Broads at the same time as me. April 23 to April 30 2016. Cheers

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Alan...
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Thank you for that really useful.

Regards Pauline

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Gosh this would be handy for each month.    I bet you are wondering what you have started.

  



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Interesting that the rise and fall between high and low doesn't vary much in the whole navigable length of the Yare and Waveney compared with the Bure.
Is that something to do with the narrowness of the Bure at Yarmouth?

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Hi webntweb

Apart from nearing Yarmouth I believe the currents in general run stronger and the rise and fall greater throughout The Southern Broads.

Their are members much better qualified than I to answer the whys and wherefores Confused

The figures for rise and fall I have gathered from Norfolk Broads publications.



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Alan...
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I use these from the bottom of the page here and just put
in the dates for each month and then print each month
off and keep them in a folder on the boat:-
Like these
No rise and fall tide heights but I have them on another sheet.

The older I get...
The better I was....!!

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webntweb: I think you'll find that the lack of rise & fall on the Yare & Waveney is down to Breydon Water acting as a giant reservoir. As the water lowers at GY it draws a lot of water from Breydon and, naturally, it is some time before the upper reaches "feel" the same pull. There is so much water there that it tends to fulfill the demand from the low water at GY with a much lower draw on the Yare & Wensum. The Bure doesn't have the benefit of a large mass of water at it's lower levels.

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Thanks Alan and Andy

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That would be great low and high predictions, when on the south side I find myself always working out the high tide times to try avoid punching the tide.

Regards

Adrian, Michelle, Beck Braydon and Bump.

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Many thanks for taking the time to post the PDF copy, Alan. Cheers Smile

John


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