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Tide Tables for Harwich for next 5 days

See below for tidal predictions to 2037 for regatta planning.

As you can see from the table below, Walton is 5 minutes earlier than Harwich.

Tidal Differences on Harwich. 51.9500 N, 1.2833 E

Aldeburgh Beach - 0105   Manningtree + 0040
Aldeburgh - Slaughden Quay + 0115   Milton Creek + 0055
Bench Head + 0020   Mistley + 0035
Bradwell Quay + 0030   Orford Bar - 0025
Brightlingsea + 0020   Orford Quay + 0020
Burnham-on-Crouch + 0040   Paglesham + 0030
Colchester + 0035   Pinmill + 0010
Colne Point 0000   Queenborough + 0055
Deben Bar - 0010   Rochester + 0100
Dover - 0045   Snape Bridge + 0145
Erith + 0120   Southend Pier + 0040
Fambridge + 0040   Southwold - 0150
Felixstowe Pier - 0015   Stone Point 0000
Gravesend + 0105   Tollesbury + 0040
Great Yarmouth - 0300   Waldringfield + 0020
Harty Ferry + 0045   Walton-on-Naze Pier - 0005
Havengore Creek + 0025   West Mersea + 0030
Heybridge Basin + 0050   Whitaker Beacon + 0010
Holehaven + 0050   Whitstable + 0040
Hullbridge + 0045   Wivenhoe + 0025
Ipswich + 0035   Woodbridge Town + 0040
Lowestoft - 0220   Wrabness + 0025
Maldon + 0055      

Tide Tables up to 2037 for Regatta Planning

Magic Instinct Software have produced an add-on layer for Google Earth to read the data produced by the University of Udinese to give estimated tidal predictions world wide up to year 2037.

Download the little 220kB file from justmagic.com , page down to 'item 7 - Tide predictions for around the globe' and at the bottom of the section click on 'Open this Placemark' . Once the little file is downloaded, double left click on the file World-Tides.kmz to open it with Google Earth. This will load the add-on to 'Places' on your copy of Google Earth on your computer.

Navigate to the port you require, hover your mouse over a tide icon and you will see a popup box for tidal information. Click on the link and a tidal sine wave will load for todays date. At the bottom of the page is a date box for putting your day/month/year up to 2037

If that is not working then try XTide at David Flater's page.

Thanks to Google; JustMagic; XTide; and the University of Udinese (Italy) for the data.

The data is offered WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The author assumes no liability for damages arising from use of these predictions.  They are not certified to be correct, and they do not incorporate the effects of atmospheric pressure, storm surges, seismic events, continental drift, or changes in global sea level.
When atmospheric pressure is increased, sea level is lowered and vice versa. A variation of 1" Hg [approx 34millibars] in the height of the barometer causes a variation of about 12" [0.3m] in the height of sea level.
It is not unusual for storm surges to cause tides to vary by more than a metre from predictions in the Thames Estuary and times to vary by 20minutes or more. Such changes cause sea levels to oscillate between high and low level, gradually dying out as conditions become stable again.