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BBBroad
Jul-02-2022 @ 11:05 PM                           Permalink
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I am Interested to know the difference in the water level between high to low tide in Beccles...We are staying south in August for a change rather than north so are use to very small changes in the water level
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The average rise and fall at Beccles is about 2ft 6ins. This may obviously be affected by adverse weather conditions.

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That was certainly more than I expected...Thanks

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There is a considerable drop also at Oulton broad, i recommend mooring on the pontoon moorings at Oulton broad to avoid the big drop , but best phone ahead a few days to book a mooring on them at the yacht station

steve and vicky
( not a broads local,so my views ,knowledge doesn't count )

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Oh yes - very different boating on the Southerns re tides and levels. Also remember that it’s not just the changes in levels to consider but also the flow. At Reedham for example the tide can rip through at quite a rate, so your whole helming and mooring operations need to take account of that too.

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