HIGH Tide Times
Monday July 16th are at: 0942 and 2209
Tuesday July 17th are at: 1030 and 2252
Wednesday July 18th are at: 1111 and 2333
Thursday July 19th are at: 1150 and ----
Friday July 20th are at: 0011 and 1227
Saturday July 21st are at: 0048 and 1305
Sunday July 22nd are at: 0127 and 1342
LOW Tide Times
Monday July 16th are at: 0322 and 1551
Tuesday July 17th are at: 0406 and 1632
Wednesday July 18th are at: 0444 and 1709
Thursday July 19th are at: 0518 and 1745
Friday July 20th are at: 0553 and 1821
Saturday July 21st are at: 0629 and 1858
Sunday July 22nd are at: 0704 and 1934
(All times are GMT - add one hour for British Summer Time)
To calculate other high tides in Essex and on The Thames:
Walton on the Naze - same time as Harwich Harbour
Bradwell - add 21 minutes
Southend - add 50 minutes
Tilbury - add 1 hour, 15 minutes
London Bridge - add 2 hours, 10 minutes
Brightlingsea - add 23 minutes
Burnham-on-Crouch - add 42 minutes
Clacton - add 11 minutes
Felixstowe Pier - subtract 11 minutes
Wivenhoe - add 27 minutes
River Stour - Mistley - add 25 minutes
All information courtesy of Harwich Haven Authority:
Did you know?
The pull of the moon and sun are the main cause of tides on Earth but 100 other scientific factors affect the timing and height of tides.
Tide prediction is getting better all the time, and official tidal predictions are available up to two years in advance.
There is roughly 12 hrs 25 minutes between each high tide.
Especially high tides are called spring tides, but they have nothing to do with the season and actually occur twice a month. Spring tides also mean lower low water. The opposite to a spring tide is
a neap tide.
"Did you know?" was collated with the help of
Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory