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On-site marine engineers covering the west coast of Scotland. We undertake work throughout the On-site marine engineers UK and Europe, whether repairing covering the coast auxiliaries on west pleasure craft or our more specialised support for the of Scotland. fishing, dredging and workboat We industries. undertake work

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Sales, service and installation on all marine inboard engines, transmission and generators.

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WELCOME Clyde Marina: located centrally on the beautiful Ayrshire coastline and the gateway to the stunning waters of the Firth of Clyde. Looking out over the pristine waters of Scotland’s most popular yachting region, across to the isles of Arran and Bute, we offer a perfect base to explore dazzling sea lochs and islands in one of the world’s most spectacular and accessible cruising grounds. With crystal clear waters and abundant wildlife the cruising grounds of the Clyde and it’s lochs provide magnificent scenery and quiet anchorages, the Kyles of Bute, Loch Fyne, The Cumbraes, you’re spoilt for choice. Looking a little further afield to the islands of the inner and outer Hebrides and Scotland’s picturesque west coast. Clyde Marina is the perfect starting point, whether you want to passage around the famous Mull of Kintyre or meander quietly through the 14.5km of the beautiful Argyll scenery and the Crinan Canal. Accessible for both yachts and powerboats and linking Loch Fyne at Ardrishaig through to the heart of the west coast at Crinan. Clyde Marina, situated in the Eglinton Basin at Ardrossan Harbour, offers full service facilities. Alongside the deepest water marina berthing on the Clyde Estuary, the most protected berthing within our fully walled harbour basin and the provision of a storm gate which we can close in the worst of weather for

added protection if required. Clyde Marina has the largest fully tarmac surfaced and serviced marina hardstanding in Scotland with 2 boatyards totalling around 8 acres and laying up space for over 300 boats. The marina’s new boatyard, The South Yard has been developed and opened this autumn and is the most modern lay up facility in the region. Clyde Marina also offers undercover storage and repair and refurbishment space in the large boatshed, with on site service companies for all works. We are very proud of our reputation for providing a professional service and great facilities all at the most reasonable prices. The staff at Clyde Marina hope you enjoy your visits to our beautiful sailing waters, islands, lochs, wildlife and seabirds. The cruising area off Clyde Marina also has a host of cultural, heritage, world class food and drinks events and festivals. You’ll find a list of these later in the handbook on page 27 and also on our website www.clydemarina.com. Please like our Facebook page and watch us for updates, information or just great pictures and images. We wish you a great sailing season in 2018 and look forward to welcoming you to Clyde Marina.

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CONTACT DETAILS & INFORMATION


CLYDE MARINA LTD The Harbour, Ardrossan, Ayrshire KA22 8DB Tel: 01294

607077 Fax: 01294 607076 E mail: info@clydemarina.com Web: www.clydemarina.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ clydemarina

Latitude / longitude:

55°38.4’N 4°49.1’W VHF:  channel 80 during office hours

Clyde Marina Handbook is designed and published by DTech 0141 222 2202. Advertising sales by Contact Publicity 0141 204 2042

The entry courtyard to the marina is accessible via a coded keypad or with a berth holder key fob. For security purposes the keypad code will be changed at regular intervals, so if you don’t have a key fob please call ahead to reconfirm the code if arriving after office hours.

Harbour Master – Monday to Friday 5pm11pm, Saturday and Sunday 4pm-11pm. Tel: 07554 705 942 Harbour control tower VHF Ch 12 during inwards and outwards movements of the Arran ferry.

Clyde Marina reception opening hours: 1st April – 1st November

Monday to Friday: 9.00 am-5.30 pm. Saturday & Sunday: 9.00 am-5.00 pm.

1st November – 1st April Monday to Friday: 9.00 am-5.30 pm. Saturday & Sunday: 9.30 am-4.00 pm. Access to the boatyard is also by keypad, again please check the code with the office.

Car Parking – The marina side car parking is within a secure barrier controlled access, berth holders marina gate key fobs will activate the parking barrier. Visitors can contact the office or the after hours number via the Clyde Marina button on the parking access control. The parking barriers will raise for automatic exit from the site on approach when leaving. If arriving after 23.00 hrs please call before arrival for a gate control pass code. Marina and seascape photographs kindly provided by Peter Ribbeck, peterribbeck.com 5


STORM GATE INFORMATION

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lyde Marina is exceptional in having the provision of a storm gate which is designed to give the maximum protection from wave action and heavy sea states from a westerly quadrant.

The gate is not tidal and so it is not a lock gate, but it closes the basin in storm conditions against heavy seas from the west.

TRAFFIC SIGNALS MARINA OPEN (Harbour Closed)

Pleasure vessels may proceed to and from the Marina. Commercial vessels requiring permission of Harbour Control are prohibited from entering, leaving or manoeuvring within the harbour.

When closed, even in the most extreme conditions the water surface inside the marina basin is virtually flat, significantly reducing the wear and tear on lines and fenders and giving extra protection for your boat. Generally the gate would be closed in gale force winds from the west that are consistently over 35 kts. If approaching in extreme weather please check with the marina on CH 80 or by phone or contact the Coastguard. The storm gate for you the boat owner means safer, more protected moorings, steadier pontoons and kinder waters for your boat and equipment. When closed, we notify the local coastguard and Ardrossan Harbour Control who change the entry lights to 2 Red over 1 Green and we post a “Storm Gate Closed� notice in our office window. We will normally post entries on the Clyde Marina Facebook page to advise if the storm gate is closed. The Caledonian MacBrayne Arran ferry service shares the harbour and a traffic light system controls movements in the harbour for the short period when the ferry is manoeuvring. Yacht and boat owners are reminded to strictly observe the light sequence and instructions.

MARINA CLOSED (Harbour Open)

HARBOUR AND MARINA CLOSED

All Pleasure vessels must clear the Outer Basin, Canting Area and Approach Channel immediately. As a general rule if when approaching the harbour the light sequence is turned to 2 red / 1 green you may continue onwards if already past the red West Crinan buoy, passage through the harbour to the marina expeditiously. The harbour control tower broadcasts on VHF Ch 12 but the tower is generally only manned during the periods of ferry movements. If in doubt use Ch 12 to the tower during changes to light sequences.

Neither Commercial nor Pleasure vessels are permitted to proceed inwards or outwards.

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marina berths fully serviced with power and water. The • 280 majority of berths are individual finger berths, the marina also has extensive runs of berthing alongside main pontoons, particularly for larger vessels and visitor’s berths. water berthing throughout the marina. 4.5m at chart • Deep datum.

• Toilet, shower and laundry facilities sited in the marina courtyard. concrete pontoons and marina walkways with good • Stable underfoot grip for the best marina berths and access to your boat. marine diesel berth, fuelling available during office hours. • Fuel, Petrol at Asda.

• Calor Gas available. berths available; please call ahead to confirm a berth • Visitors number. and waste disposal skips are located in the marina • Recycling courtyard and in the boatyard. Waste oil and battery disposal facilities are located in the boatyard. We ask our berth holders and clients to help us to recycle.

• CCTV coverage and surveillance. • Cecchini’s restaurant, bar and bistro situated on site. • Provisioning, ASDA supermarket and filling station on site.

provision to the marina berths with free coverage. Please • WiFi, contact reception for details.

• Railway station servicing marina and ferry. • Boatyard Facilities. 8


BOATYARD FACILITIES 50 tonnes mobile travel hoist 20 tonnes mobile boat mover 25 tonnes mobile crane 2 Secure Boatyards with full tarmac surfacing and space for over 300 boats ashore Undercover storage with boat shed for boats up to 20 tonnes Power and water points throughout the hardstanding yard Telehandler with fork lift facility

Full services are offered by Clyde Marina and our on site service companies Clyde Marina Servicing Manager: Ruari Treble – ruari.treble@sunbirdyachts.eu 01294 607077 Contact Ruari to arrange servicing & maintenance.

Boat repairs and maintenance Boatcraft – 01294 603047

Marine engineering & marine diesel engineers MMS Scotland Ltd – 07836 342332

Marine electronics MB Marine – 07739 390976

Valeting, cleaning, GRP polishing & sail washing SJ Marine – 07815 496781

Riggers Clyde Riggers – 07773 244821

Boat Sales; Sunbird International Yacht Sales are based at Clyde Marina. Sunbird are Beneteau & Monte Carlo Yachts Distributors and operate full brokerage and new boat sales services both in Scotland and the UK and throughout the Mediterranean. www.sunbirdyachts.eu • www.sunbirdmotoryachts.eu 9


Aerial image kindly supplied by Tony Barr 10


THE NEW CLYDE MARINA SOUTH YARD This year we are proud to have developed and opened our second and all new boatyard adding to Clyde Marina’s facilities. As a part of the overall redevelopment of Ardrossan Harbour we are pleased to increase our lay up boatyard space to around 8 acres with spaces for over 300 boats ashore. Developed from a brown field site through the autumn months we have invested in creating Scotland’s finest lay up yard, fully surfaced, lit, power and water supplied throughout, security fenced and CCTV provision. The South Yard continues the maritime heritage of the site on the Ardrossan headland, having been a bustling shipbuilding yard of the same name through the early part of the 20th century. The site had 5 construction slips able to build ships up to 500ft and 9,000 tons which launched directly into the open waters off the south shore. Run for a period of time by Harland and Wolff before closing as shipbuilding declined in the early 1930’s. The photograph on page 33 shows the South Yard area on the bottom right with ships under construction.

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Berthing Year 1st April 2018 - 31st March 2019 All prices are inclusive of V.A.T. @ 20% PONTOON BERTHING CHARGES Vessels Over 7.6 metres

Per Metre

Annual Berth Rental,1st April – 31st March 

One Payment due 1st March 2018

£340.00

10 Monthly Payments

£358.00

Annual Berth Rental 1st April – 31st March by Standing order 

£285.00

Summer Berth, 1st April – 30th September

£102.00

Winter Berth, 1st October – 31st March Vessels Over 6.1m to 7.6 metres

Per Metre One Payment due 1st March 2018

Annual Berth Rental, 1st April – 31st March 

£236.50 £21.40

Monthly Rate Day Boats up to 6.1m – defined as an open craft without cabin only One Payment due 1st March 2018

Annual Berth Rental, 1st April – 31st March 

£1,080.00

Monthly payment of

Monthly Rate  SHORT TERM CHARGES

£108.00 Per Metre

Up to 25m

Over 25m

Monthly

£53.00

£63.50

Weekly

£14.50

£17.50

£2.85

£3.95

£10.00

£21.00

Daily, up to 24hrs Short stay up to 4 hours 

Single payment

BOATYARD STORAGE Special Winter Ashore Rate, nominal 6 months. (Winter only) Single payment

Up to 9.5m

£922.00

Includes hoist out & pressure wash hull bottom, use of steel cradle or chocks, and launch

9.6 to 12m

£1,100.00

12.1 – 15.5m

£1,380.00

over 15.5m

POA

Open storage in Boatyard, per week

Per metre

£5.10

per month

Per metre

£18.35

UNDERCOVER IN BOATSHED

Per Metre

Winter Storage Undercover, Rate for 6 month nominal period, Single payment

£239.00

Includes Hoist out, pressure wash hull bottom, use of steel cradle and re-launch. Masting additional charge see crane charges Weekly Rate, minimum charge

£21.00

Monthly Rate

£56.00

Summer Storage, 1st April – 30th September Annual Berth Holders Special Winter Shed Rate (6 months winter period) 12

£160.00 £42.00


HOIST RATES for WISE 50 Tonne

Per Metre

Lift out, pressure wash, set down in Cradle On/off Transport OR for Survey Commercial vessels – on application Launch

Up to 10m

£17.95

10.1 to 14.5m

£22.50

Over 14.5m

£29.10

Up to 10m

£14.70

10.1 to 14.5m

£17.95

Over 14.5m

£24.50

per hour

£75.00

per 1/2 hour

£36.00

CRANE CHARGES Crane Hire Fork Lift Step or Unstep Mast, Per Mast

Single Spreader

£73.50

Two or more spreaders, or keel-stepped

£136.00

Note: Owners should prepare mast for easy removal i.e. remove sails, booms, ease bottlescrews and disconnect electrics Towing by workboat within marina

per tow

£42.00

per hour

£42.00

STANDARD CHARGES Standard Labour Rate, minimum charge ELECTRICITY At pontoon bollards and boatshed, Electricity Meter Cards

£2.20 & £11

In Boatyard, Connection charge – thereafter at supplier metered rates

£39.50

Casual use for battery charging, hand tools etc

F.O.C.

This list supersedes all previously published rates & charges. / E & OE / Measurements calculated at 3.28ft/1m

VHF Channel 80 during office hours

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EXPLORING THE AREA Wildlife The Firth of Clyde, the shores and waters of Arran and the Clyde’s sea lochs are full of life with regular sightings of dolphins, seals and in the summertime are feeding grounds for basking sharks. Overhead watch the diving display of Gannets, one of the UK’s largest and most beautiful seabirds. On the approaches to the marina lies Horse Island an RSPB bird sanctuary with nationally important colonies of Eiders, Cormorants and Lesser black-backed gulls. Clyde Marina support The Green Blue Wildlife Guide for Boaters and are proud to be members of Wild Scotland.

Isle of Arran Sitting on the shore of the beautiful Lamlash Bay, Lamlash is the largest village on the Isle of Arran, which is naturally protected to the east by Holy Island, rising 1,000ft (314m) out of the sea. A

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picturesque anchorage with good pubs, shoreline walks and much history and character. Lochranza is located on Arran’s north west corner, the village is set on the shore of Loch Ranza. The bay, with good moorings, is dominated by its castle built into the bay on a shingle spit. Lochranza is a favourite spot for red deer, grey seals, otters and sightings of golden eagles. Or for a tasting take a trip to the Isle of Arran distillery and it’s single malts.

Isle of Bute One of the gems of the Clyde Estuary, the Isle of Bute has an extraordinary and varied landscape, secluded quiet sandy bays with colonies of seals to craggy uplands, Bute is a haven for walking, cycling, fishing and wildlife with the most beautiful views and seascapes. When visiting Bute don’t miss out on a visit to Mount Stuart House, Britain’s most astounding and eccentric Victorian


Gothic mansion, a feat of Victorian engineering. Or cruise around the island through the world renowned Kyles of Bute, the narrow sea passage between Bute and the Cowal peninsula. Wonderful scenery, good shelter and pretty villages with pubs and hotels with moorings. Passaging through the Kyles is a great way to or from Loch Fyne.

Loch Fyne The deep waters of Loch Fyne are one of Scotland’s longest sea lochs extending 40 miles (65km) into the Scottish hills. Renowned for its seafood the loch is alive with abundant sea birds and wildlife. Pretty anchorages and the hills climbing out of the deep waters of the loch are the character for these beautiful cruising grounds. Spend a peaceful night at anchor or on the visitor moorings in the calm waters of Otter Ferry or stopover in the natural harbour of the fishing and yachting village of Tarbert, surrounded by heather covered hills. Tarbert is picturesque, historic and lively and a good centre for the

cruising grounds of Loch Fyne or down into Kilbrannan Sound along Arrans western shores.

Tarbert An idyllic Scottish fishing and yachting village surrounding Tarbert’s natural harbour and nestled into the hills of Kintyre. Famous for Loch Fyne’s seafood with a range of good pubs and restaurants. A yachting haven and a vibrant fishing community overlooked by its castle. Tarbert is good jumping off spot for the scenic cruise through the Crinan canal, the short cut to the west coast.

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ACCESS BY LAND, SEA OR AIR

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We are the deepest water marina on the Clyde and have welcomed the full range of craft from tall ships to superyachts and the most extreme round the world racers. The approach to the south of Horse Island

is well lit at night with clear leading lights. There is also a harbour control tower and traffic control lights indicating the traffic status of the harbour, please study the light sequence on page 7 and observe this during entering or leaving the harbour. For transport links and access we are within easy distance from both Glasgow International and Prestwick airports.

By road we are just 25 miles from Glasgow and the motorway links to the north, east and south into England. Uniquely we have our own on site railway station, Ardrossan Harbour, right in our boatyard and running direct services to Glasgow Central. Plus of course we share the harbour with the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry service to Arran. 25


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WHAT’S ON – EVENTS & FESTIVALS

The cruising zone off Clyde Marina is rich in culture, lifestyle, world class food and drink and of course Scotland’s famous highland games.

Events and Festivals 2018 Walk Islay Festival

8 – 13th April

www.walkislay.co.uk

Mull Music Festival

19 – 23rd April

www.mull.co/mull-music-festival-2018

Colonsay Festival of Spring

30th April – 20th May

www.colonsay.org.uk/events/festival-of-spring

Arran Mountain Festival

18 – 21st May

www.arranmountainfestival.co.uk

Clyde Marina Hog Roast

19th May

info@clydemarina.com

The list of events opposite is a flavour of events within cruising range of Clyde Marina.

Campbeltown Malts Festival

23 – 25th May

www.exploreargyll.co.uk/event/1175/ campbeltown-malts-festival-2018

Islay Festival of Music & Malt

25 May – 2nd June

www.Islayfestival.com

Scottish Series

25 – 28th May

www.clyde.org/scottish-series

Argyll Festival of Performance

2 – 3rd June

www.argyllfestivalofperformance.com

Why not sail off for a weekend at Loch Fyne seafood festival, Islay Festival of music and malts, Campbeltown malts festival or even the world stone skimming championship to name but a few.

Ardrossan Highland Games

10th June

www.ardrossanhighlandgames.org.uk

Mendelssohn on Mull

30th June – 7th July

www.exploreargyll.co.uk/event/1224/mendelssohnon-mull-2018

Tarbert Seafood Festival

7 – 8th July

www.exploreargyll.co.uk/event/1182/tarbertseafood-festival-2018

Cantilena Festival – Islay

8 – 13th July

www.cantilenafestival.co.uk

Inveraray Highland Games

17th July

www.inveraray-games.co.uk

West Highland Week

27th July – 3rd Aug

www.whyw.co.uk

Brodick Highland Games

4th Aug

www.welcometoscotland.com/things-to-do/events

Cowal Highland Games (World’s largest)

23 – 25th Aug

www.cowalgathering.com

Southampton Boat Show

14 – 23rd September

www.southamptonboatshow.com

World Stone Skimming Championship

23rd September

www.stoneskimming.com

Scotland’s Boat Show

12 – 14th October

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Clyde Marina + Sunbird Brokerage Boat Show

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HISTORY

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he town and harbour of Ardrossan have a long history inextricably linked with the sea.

The growth of the railways in the mid 1800s played a major part in Ardrossan’s development. From 1841 to 1848 Ardrossan was an important link in the fastest route from London to Glasgow, by train to Fleetwood and then packet boat to Ardrossan. As the railways expanded after 1848 the entire journey could be taken by rail. Ardrossan town and harbour were serviced by 5 railway stations, 3 of them still remain. As Ardrossan developed during the 18th & 19th centuries it became best known as a port; with coal and iron exported to Europe & North America as well as Ireland for many years.

Shipyards were built and many local firms were involved in building wooden ships, fishing vessels or cargo boats. This continued through the post war period until the competition from abroad damaged Ardrossan’s shipbuilding industry and it ceased to exist much after the 1950s and 1960s. Ardrossan town had grown as a result of the harbour and in 1886 the Ardrossan Harbour Company was formed to deal with the huge increase in use of the harbour. The company built the Eglinton dock, where we are today, in 1892 along with the existing outer breakwater.

Ardrossan continued to flourish into the 20th century with new manufacturing industries, but the harbour declined in latter half of the century. In the 1980s – 90s when apart from the Arran ferry service the harbour had become little used. In 1997 the establishment of Clyde Marina started the transformation of the Eglinton basin from an out of work commercial dock into the now vibrant marina and boatyard and beginning a new chapter in Ardrossan’s maritime story.

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TIDAL INFORMATION

TIDAL DIFFERENCES Ardrisaig TIDAL DIFFERENCES -10 Arrochar Ardrisaig -10+10 Ayr Arrochar Ayr Bowling

+10 -10 -10+30

Burnt Islands +30 -5 Bowling Cambeltown Burnt Islands -5+22 Coulport Cambeltown +22+10 Dumbarton +10+30 Coulport Garroch Head +30 -5 Dumbarton Girvan Garroch Head -5 -17 Glasgow Girvan -17+43 Helensburgh +43+15 Glasgow Inverary Helensburgh +15+26 Irvine Inverary Lamlash Irvine

+26 -5 -5 -11

Largs Lamlash -11 +5 Lochgoilhead Largs +5+30 Lochranza Lochgoilhead +30 +5 Millport Lochranza +5 0 Mull of Kintyre Millport 0 -15 Glasgow -15+22 MullPort of Kintyre PortPortpatrick Glasgow Renfrew Portpatrick

+22 -34 -34+39

SCOTLAND — ARDROSSAN SCOTLAND — ARDROSSAN LAT 5538N TIME ZONE UT(GMT) TIME ZONE UT(GMT)

1

0140 0709 SU 1400 1937

2

3.1 0.6 3.4 0.5

3

3.1 0.7 3.3 0.5

0348 0923 W 1601 2157

4

3.1 0.7 3.3 0.6

5

3.0 0.8 3.1 0.6

0304 0835 TU 1518 2106

M

2 17 TU TU O

3 18 W

W

4 19 TH TH

1109 1648 2342 2018 0514 1158 0328 1736 0847 1523 2103 0037 0603 0409 1245 0932 1824 1604 2150 0130 0651 0451 1332 1020 1912 1647 2242 0221

14

3.2 0.3 3.5 0.1

29 15

15

3.2 0.3 3.5 0.2

2.9 0.9 3.0 0.6

7

2.8 1.0 2.9

0621 1220 SA 1858

8

0107 0737 SU 1333 2022

9

0216 0858 M 1443 2135

10

0317 1003 TU 1544 2237

12

0412 1056 W 1637 2332

0502 1144 TH 1725 O

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0523 1114 F 1747 2358

Troon Stranraer

-10

JANUARYTime Time 0425

5 0538 1116 20F 1733 2342 6 0629 1224 21 SA 1824 7 0054 0729 22 SU 1341 8 1924 23M 0206 0844 1446 9 2039 0304 0951 24 TU 1538 10 2152 25 0352 1041 W 1622 11 2246 0433 26 1123 TH 1701 12 2328 0509 27 1200 F 1736 13 0008 28 0542 SA 1235 14  1808

0433 1016 TH 1649  2255

11

Troon

m

3.1 0.7 3.4 0.5

0222 0750 M 1438 2019

Rothesay Renfrew +39 -2 Sanda Island Rothesay -2 -25 Stranraer Sanda Island -25 -5 -5 -10

Time

0025 0549 F 1233 1809

0116 0635 SA 1317 1853

0203 0719 SU 1400 1936

0.6 2.8 0.9 2.9 0.6 2.9 0.8 3.0 0.5 3.0 0.6 3.1 0.3 3.2 0.4 3.2 0.3 3.4 0.2

0741 F 1418 2001

0311 0831 SA 1505 2052

0400 0923 SU 1552 2145 0449 1017 M 1640  2244

0542 1118 TU 1731 2350 0636 1226 W 1828

0101 0741 TH 1336 1934 0205 0851 F 1438 2050

0300 0950 SA 1531 2156

0349 1038 SU 1618 2247 0047

0615 0431 SU 1307 1120 1841 M 1659 2329 0125 0651 M 1343 1917

30

31

0204 0731 TU 1421 1958

JANUARY m Time m Time 0.3 0510

3.3 3.1 0.3 0.4 3.3 3.5 0.3 0.2 3.4 3.0 0.2 0.5 3.4 0.4 3.3 0.2 2.9 3.5 0.6 0.1 3.3

0.6 3.3 0.2 2.8 3.6 0.8 0.1 3.1 0.8 3.3 0.3 2.7 3.6 1.0 0.1 2.9 0.9 3.2 0.4 2.6 3.6 1.1 0.3 2.7 3.1 0.5 3.4 1.0 0.4 2.6 1.1 2.9 2.6 0.7 3.3 1.0 0.6 2.6

1.0 2.8 2.6 0.8 3.1 1.0 0.7 2.8 0.8 2.7 2.7 0.9

2.9 0.9 3.0 0.7 0.8 2.8 2.6 1.0 0.8 2.8 3.1 0.6 0.9 2.9 2.7 0.9 2.7 0.7 3.2 0.8 0.5 2.8 0.8 2.8 3.0 0.6 0.8 3.3 3.0 0.4 0.6 2.8 3.0

0.5 0.7 3.3 3.1 0.4 0.5 2.9 3.1 0.5 3.4 0.3 3.1 0.4 3.4 0.3

161 0245 0814 W 1502 1158 TU 1736

2043 0007 0544 W 1233  1809

17 0325 2 0901 TH 1544 2132 0044 0615 TH 1305 1841

18 0407 3F 1629 0951 2227 0119 0647 F 1337 1912

19 0452 4 1046 SA 1719

 0154 2328 0720 0544 SA 1411 1150 1946 SU 1822 0232 0757 0039 SU 1446 0647 2024 M 1307 0311 1955 0838 M 1525 0157 2107 0830 TU 1428 0351 2128 0923 TU 1605 0307 2155 0950 W 1535 0433 2234 1013 W 1650 0404  2249 1047 TH 1629 0519 2327 1108

20 5 21 6 22 7 23 8 24 9 25 10 0454 1134 F 1715 26 0017 11 0538 SA 1220 27O 1757 0104 12 0620 SU 1303 28 1836 0146 0700 13M 1343 29 1913 TH 1743 2351 0612 1213 F 1849

0059 0722 SA 1325 2015

0210 0850 SU 1438 2135

0316 1001 M 1542 2240 0224

14 30

0738 TU 0412 1421 1056 1949 TU 1636 2335 0259 0815 0503 W 1145 1458 2028 W 1725 O

15 31

LAT 5538N LONG 449W LONG 449W

TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND LOW WATERS TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND LOW WATERS

FEBRUARY m Time Time 0030

m 0.7 3.2 3.1 0.5 0.4 3.4 0.3 2.9 0.7 3.1 3.3 0.4 0.5 3.3 0.3 3.0 0.7 3.1 3.3 0.5 0.5 3.2 0.4 3.0 0.7 3.0 3.3 0.7 0.5 3.0 0.6 3.0

0.6 2.8 3.3 0.8 0.5 2.8 3.0 0.6 0.7 3.3 2.7 0.5 0.9 3.0 2.7 0.6 3.3 0.7 0.5 2.7 0.8 3.0 2.8 0.7 3.2 0.6 0.6 2.9 0.6 2.9 2.9 0.8 3.0 0.4 0.6 3.1 0.3 2.8 3.0 0.9

2.9 0.3 0.7 3.2 0.2 2.7 1.0 2.8 3.1 0.2 3.3 0.7 0.1 2.7 0.9 2.7 3.1 0.2 0.7 3.4 2.7 0.1 0.8 2.8 3.1 0.2 0.5 3.4 2.9 0.2 0.5 3.0 3.0

0.3 0.4 3.4 3.1 0.2 0.3 3.1 3.0

0.3 0.2 3.3 3.3 0.3 0.1

1 0335 16 0854 TH 1536

0551 TH 1235 1811 2108 0121 0637 0412 F 1321 0936 F 1856 1614 2152 0208 0723 0452 SA 1406 1023 SA 1941 1655  2242 0253 0808 0539 SU 1449 1120 2025 SU 1743 2344 0336

2 17 3 18 4 19

5 0631 20M 1235 1836 6 0105 0742 21 TU 1405 7 1944 0910 22W 0227 1508 8 2115 0324 23 1012 TH 1556 9 2223 24F 0409 1057 1636 10 2310 25 0446 1135 SA 1712 11 2349 26 0519 1211 12SU 1744 0029 27 0553 M 1247 13 1818 0629 28 0106 14TU 1325 1855 0853 M 1532 2111

0415 0940 TU 1613 2159

0456 1031 W 1656  2253

0542 1131 TH 1743 2359

0633 1249 F 1833

0121 0742 SA 1405 1942

0.2 3.0 3.4 0.4 0.0 3.2 0.5 3.2 0.1 2.9 3.5 0.6 0.0 3.1 0.7 3.2 0.2 2.8 3.5 0.8 0.0 2.9 0.9 3.1 0.2 2.6 3.5 1.0 0.1 2.7 1.1 3.1

161 0144 0710 W 1405

0556 F 1247 1820 1936 0102 0625 0223 SA 1318 0753 TH1849 1446 2021 0135 0656 0304 SU 1350 0839 F1921 1528 2110 0209 0732 0344 M 1425 0929 1957 SA 1612 2203 0245

17 2 18 3 19 4

20 0427 5 1024 SU 1700  2305 21 0515 1129 6M 1801 22 0021 7 0614 TU 1254 23 1945 8W 0146 0808 1420 24 2128 0937 9 0257 TH 1526 25 2229 0.6 0354 3.1 10 1033 0.3 F 1618 2.9 26 2318 0.5 0441 3.1 11 1120 0.2 SA 1702 27 3.0 0003 0.4 12 0524 3.2 SU 1204 0.1 28O 1740 3.0 0046 0.3 13 0602 3.3 M 1245

0.3 2.5 3.4 1.1 0.3 2.5 3.0 0.5 1.2 3.3 2.4 0.5 1.1 2.8 2.4 0.6 3.1 1.1 0.7 2.6 0.9 2.7 2.5 0.8 2.8 1.0 0.9 2.8 0.7 2.6 2.6 1.0 2.6 0.8 2.9 0.5 1.0 2.8 2.5

0813 TU 1504 2039

0323 0857 W 1544 2126

0402 0945 TH 1626 2219

0443 1039 F 1713  2319

0532 1142 SA 1813

1 0227 16 0743 TH 1432

16 1

2 17

17

3 18

18

4 19

19

5 20 6 21 7 22 8 23 9 24 10 0.5 0336 3.0 25 1024 0.3 SA 1603 3.0 11 2244 0.3 0415 3.1 26 1104 0.1 12SU 1640 2324 3.0 0452 0.2 27 1142 3.2 M 1715 0.1 13 3.1 0003 0.2 28 0528 3.3 TU 1222 14 0.1  1752

20

0.63.1 3.20.2 0.43.4 0.0 2.9 0.53.2 3.20.2 0.43.4 0.1 3.0 0.53.2 3.20.2 0.3 3.3 0.2 3.0 0.4 3.33.2 0.30.3 3.2 3.10.3

0.4 3.33.0 0.30.5 3.0 3.10.6 0.4 3.22.8 0.40.7 2.7 3.0 0.5 3.10.8 0.52.6 0.8 2.92.5 0.6 2.90.8 0.72.5 0.7 2.82.6 0.8 2.7 0.7 2.7 0.5 0.8 2.62.8

3.23.0 1147 02423.0 3.4 0.00.3 F 1722 08200.3 0.1 3.2 SA 1515 3.4 1954 0.3 2051 0.2 0019 3.1 0005 2.9 0538 0530 0301 0.13.0 03230.5 3.3 F 1220 0819 3.30.3 SA 1221 09113.1 0.3 O F1756  SU 1752 1507- 0.13.2 16000.2 3.2 2032 0.4 2147 0.4 0105 3.1 0039 2.9 0621 0559 0336 0.13.0 04060.4 3.2 SA 1305 0858 3.40.4 SU 1254 10083.1 0.4 1821 0.2 SA1836 1544- 0.13.0 M 1650 3.0 2111 0.6  2251 0.7 0148 3.1 0110 3.0 0702 0.1 0631 0.3 0413 3.42.9 M 1328 04543.2 3.0 SU 1348 0941 0.00.6 11190.1 0.6 1916 1854 SU 1624 2.9 TU 1755 2.7 2155 3.10.8 0227 0143 3.1 0742 0.1 0708 0.2 0454 3.42.7 TU 1405 00083.2 0.9 M 1428 1032 0.10.8 05550.1 2.7 1955 1933 M 1709 2.7 W 1246 0.7 0304 2247 3.11.0 19493.2 2.5 0219 0822 0.2 0749 0.2 0544 3.32.5 W 1444 01303.2 0.9 TU 1507 1138 0.31.0 07490.2 2.6 2035 2016 TU 1803 2.5 TH 1406 0.7 0339 0256 2357 3.01.2 21173.2 2.7 0903 0.3 0834 0.2 W 1546 0645 3.22.4 TH 1525 02393.2 0.8 2117 2104 1308 0.51.0 09170.3 2.8 W 1906 2.4 F 1508 0.5 0416 2.9 0336 22123.1 2.9 0948 0.5 0923 0.3 TH 1625 F 1607 0131 3.01.2 03353.0 0.6 2204 2157 0814 0.72.4 10120.4 3.0 TH 1428 0.8 SA 1558 0.3 0456 0418 2031 2.72.4 22593.0 3.0 1040 0.7 1018 0.5 F 1707 2.8 SA 1655 2.8 0246 1.0 0423 0.4  2259 0.9  2259 0.7 0934 2.6 1058 3.2 F 1521 0.6 SU 1641 0.3 0544 2.6 0506 2.8 2154 0.92.6 23400.7 3.1 1149 1124 SA 1756

2.5

SU 1758

2.6

1133 TH 1713

21

22 23

2

3 4 5

6 7 8

24

9 25 0.8 0504 2.8 10 1140 0.4 M 1717 2.7 26 0.6 0020 11 0541 3.0 0.2 TU 1220 2.9 27 O 1750 0.4 0054 3.1 12 0614 0.0 W 1256 28 1820 3.0 0125 0.2 13 0644 3.2 TH 1330 29 - 0.1 1851

0.9 2.5

0030 0633 SU 1259 1950

0231 0911 SU 1506 2125

1.0 2.6 0.8 2.5

0151 0820 M 1423 2131

0.8 2.6 0.7 2.7

0015 0641 SU 1324 1853

1.2 2.4 1.0 2.3

0013 0606 M 1247 1948

0.8 2.6 0.7 2.4

0326 1013 M 1556 2230

0.9 2.8 0.7 2.6

0305 0947 TU 1532 2237

0.6 2.8 0.5 2.9

0152 0811 M 1435 2030

1.2 2.4 0.8 2.3

0140 0801 TU 1414 2129

0.9 2.5 0.6 2.6

0412 1059 TU 1638 2314

0.8 3.0 0.5 2.8

0404 1045 W 1627 2329

0.4 3.0 0.2 3.0

0257 0941 TU 1527 2206

1.0 2.6 0.7 2.5

0254 0932 W 1521 2228

0.7 2.7 0.4 2.8

0451 1138 W 1716 2352

15

0526 1215 TH 1749 

YEAR 2018

YEAR 2017

MARCH APRIL FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL m Time m Time m Time m Time m Time 2.9m Time 0.2 m Time 0.6 m Time 3.2 m 3.2m 0029 0453 0501 0045

0.7 3.1 0.1 0.4 2.8 0.6 3.2 0.4

1815

14

0123 0638 TU 1322 1847

15

0155 0710 W 1357 1919

0.8 2.5

3.0 0.2 3.3 0.2

0346 0.9 1031 2.8 W 1611 0.5 2252 0043 2.73.1

29 0607 15 W 1304 1832

3.0 0.2 3.2 0.3

0.1 0426 0.7 3.3 1112 3.0 - 0.1 TH 1649 0.3 2329 2.8 0122 3.2 0648 0.0 TH 1347 3.3 1915 - 0.1

30

31

0202 0733 F 1431 2001

1

3.2 0.0 3.3 0.0

16 116 0303 3.2 0826 0.5 SU 1516 3.1

0601 0.2 SU 1245 3.4 1814 0.1 2040 0123 3.2 063903380.2 M 132609083.4 1849 M 15550.2

2 17

2123 0157 3.2 071404150.2 TU 140409573.4 1925 0.3 TU 1640 2213 0231 3.2 0750 0.3 W 144005003.3 200210580.4 W 1733  23133.2 0305

3 18

4 19

5 20 6 21 7 22 8 23 SU 1523 9 2208 1028 24M 0339 1605 10 2253 0.3 0422 3.2 25 1111 0.3 TU 1645 11 2333 3.1 0503 0.3 26 1156 3.2 W 1727 0.312  3.1 0016 0.3 27 0545 3.2 TH 1243 0.413 1810 3.1 0059 0.3 28 0629 3.2 F 1330 0.414 1856

0829 0.4 TH 151706003.2 204212140.6 TH 1834 0341 3.1 0911 0.5 F 155600283.0 212607150.8 F 1334 042019492.9 0959 0.7 SA 163801492.8 221508401.0 SA 1435 050421102.7 1102 0.9 SU 172602512.6  231809411.2 0559 1228 M 1823

0048 0711 TU 1352 1940

W

TH

F

0351 0.4 1029 3.0 TH 1613 0.1 SA 2316 01553.0 3.2

14 0714 30 F 1404 1924 0439 1116 F 1657

0001 0522 SA 1202 O 1736

0008 0531 M 1224  1752

0.7

3.1 0.3 3.2 0.1

18

3.3 0.2 3.3 0.2

1.0 0155 0729 2.7 TH 1427 0.9 1958 2.6 1.2 0235 0816 2.5 F 1511 1.0 2048 2.5 0316 0908 1.3 SA 1558 2.5 2144 0.9 0359 2.5 1007 1.2 SU 1650 2.6  2248 0.6 0449 2.7 1118 0.9 M 1802 2.8 0.4 0004 2.8 0554 TU 1242 0.7 1952 3.0 0.2 0124 3.0 0746

19

3.3 0.2 3.3 0.2

20

3.4 0.2 3.2 0.4

21

3.3 0.3 3.1 0.6

22

3.2 0.5 2.9 0.8

23

3.0 0.6 2.6

24

0.9 2.8 0.7 2.6

25

1.4 2.5 0.9 W 2.4 0.4 3.2 0213 1.3 0.0 0852 2.6 3.1 1449 0.8 TH 2122 2.5 0.2 3.3 0309 1.1 - 0.1 0952 2.8 1535 0.6 F 2215 2.7 3.2 0.1 0352 0.9 3.3 1036 2.9 - 0.1 1614 0.4 SA 2257 2.9 3.3 0.0 0427 0.7 3.4 1113 3.0 0.0 1648 0.3 SU 233301413.0 3.4

3.2

3.1 0.4 0.1 3.2 3.3 0.5 0.0

0459 1147 SU 1720

30

1359 2114

0.9 2.7 0.6 2.7

0235 0910 1502 2209

0.8 2.9 0.4 2.9

27

0332 1007 1552 2256

0.6 3.1 0.3 3.1

28

0420 1054 1636 2337

0.4 3.2 0.2 3.1

29

0502 1137 1715

0.3 3.2 0.2

0017 0541 M 1220 O 1750

3.2 0.2 3.2 0.3

26

0.5 3.1 0.2

0223 0804 SU 1505 2037

m

3.1 0.4 3.2 0.2

17

0042 0606 3.1 0.6 TU 1304 1830 3.0 0.8 0118 0646 2.9 0.8 W 1345 1912 2.8

29 0715 0.0 3.4 30 15 SA 1417 1945 0.1

0.4 0.2 3.2 3.2 0.5 0.0

15 0228 0748 31SA 1439 2001

2.6 1.0 2.4

Time

3.4 0.1 3.3 0.3


SCOTLAND — ARDROSSAN

SCOTLAND ARDROSSAN LAT 5538N — LONG 449W TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND 449W LOW WATERS LAT 5538N LONG

TIME ZONE UT(GMT)

1

Time

m

16

Time

m

0054 3.2 MAY 0013 3.2 0616 0.2 0545 0.2 Time1259 m 3.2 Time TU W 1241 m3.2 0306 0307 1823 3.40.4 1809 3.2 0.1

1

0857 0.2 0127 3.13.2 M 1554 0649 0.50.3 2134

2

2

W 1336

3.2

1858 3.30.4 0351 0957 0.4 0200 2.93.2 TU 1649 0723 0.70.3 2238

3

TH 1413 1935

3.1 0.5

0843 0.6 0055 3.0 3.3 TU 1530 0628 0.8 0.1 2100

17

TH 1328 3.3 1855 3.0 0.2 0344

17

0931 0.7 0136 2.9 3.4 W 1615 0715 0.9 0.1 2150

18

F 1415 1945

18

45

1920

3

4

2014

0.6

0544 2.8 1229 0310 0.63.2 TH 1932 0842 2.60.5 SA 1529 2057

3.0 0.8

0426 1028 0218 TH 1707 0804 SA2245 1504

19

2021

67

2144

2038

0519 1133 0302 F 1804 0859 1556 SU2348

0103 0.9 0347 2.73.0 0719 0929 0.60.7 F 1340 SU 1612 2.72.8 2050

56

2136

3.3 0.3

M 1655 2239

1

Time

0133 0703 F Time 1346 0430 1913

1

1048 0207 TH 1749 0739  2321

2

SA 1424 1952 0528

2

1158 0242 F 1856

3

0819 SU 1505 2034

3

m

3.3 0.4 m 3.0 3.1 0.6

0.5 3.3 2.8 0.4 0.8

3.0

0.7 2.9 0.6 3.2 2.7

0.5 2.9 0.8

16

Time

JUNE 0121 0703 Time SA 1407

0400 1933

SU 1459 2027 0447

3.1 0.3 2.9

16

17

17

18

M 1555 2122

18

2.7 0.8 3.4 2.6 0.3 3.0 1.1

45

0134 0759 0358 SU 1405 0954 TU 2104 1634

0.9 2.8 3.0 0.6 0.7 2.8 2.7

19 20

56

0.8 2.8 2.8 0.8 0.6 2.7 2.8

20 21

0.5

2.9 0.7

2119

2208

0234 0443 0904 1052 M 1457 W 2155 1726

 2303

0.9

1.0

1.1

19

TU 1652 2220

0018

0658 0433 M 1050 1305 W 1754 1934  2322

67

0327 0539 0957 1157 TU TH 1543 1822 2239

0.7 2.7 2.9 0.8 0.5 2.6 3.0

21W 0921 22 1502

78

2223

0.9 2.9 2.8 0.5 0.4 2.7 2.9

0413 0004 1042 0642 WF 1623 1300 1923 2318

78

0.5 1.1 3.0 2.6 0.5 0.7 2.6 3.1

89

0623 0.52.5 0357 1254 3.10.9 1030 W 1901 0.42.5 M 1614 2312 3.0

2324

0.9 0.7 2.8 3.0 0.5 0.2 2.8 3.0

0109 0454 0754 1121 SA 1659 1357 TH 2029 2354

89

1.1 0.5 2.7 3.0 0.6 0.6 2.7 3.1

910

2425

0308 0519 0.72.7 0943 1137 2.90.9 SU TU 1530 1757 0.42.5  2347 3.01.3 2231

0104 1.3 0440 0.4 0742 2.5 1112 3.1 TH 1359 0.8 TU 1651 2021 0.42.6

2348

10110517 1151

3.1

0213 1.1 0858 0.42.7 F 1449 3.10.6 W 1724 2128 0.42.7

O

120024

0305 0.9 0949 3.12.8 SA 1532 0.40.4 0550 2215 3.12.9 TH 1228

11

1754

130055

12

0.5

0348 0.7 1032 3.0 3.2 SU 1610 0.3 0620 0.4 2256 3.0

F 1301 3.1 1826 0426 0.50.5

140127

1112

13

3.1

M 1647 3.20.2 0651 2334 0.43.1 SA 1335 3.1 0505 0.60.3 1859

15

14

1154 3.2 TU 1727 3.30.1 0200  0724 0.4

SU 1411 1936

15

0233 0801 M 1449 2016

3.1 0.6

3.2 0.5 3.0 0.7

0204 0550 0855 1225 M W1441 1932 2125

0058 0303 0720 0952 1335 TUTH1531 2044 2218

0206 0.8 0354 0.4 0839 2.9 1042 3.2 F 1435 0.4 W 1618 2139 0.0 2.9

2305

25260441 1130

3.1

0305 0.6 0938 0.2 3.0 SA 1526 3.3 0.4 TH 1704 2227 0.0 3.0

 2351

270527

3.3

0356 0.5 1028 0.1 3.1 SU1222 1611 3.3 0.4 2310 0.0 3.1 F 1751

26

280038

27

0441 0.4 1113 3.1 3.4 M 1652 0.4 0613 0.0 2349 3.1

SA 1314 3.3 1840 0520 0.1 0.3

290124

1154 3.1 TU 1727 3.5 0.5 0.0 O0701

28

SU 1405 3.3 0027 0.2 3.2 1931

30

0556 0.3 W0208 1234 3.5 3.1 1801 0.0 0.5 0751

29

M 1456 3.2 0100 0.3 3.2 2024

31

0629 0.4 TH 1310 3.0 0252 3.4 1836 0.6

30

0844 TU 1550 2120

31

0340 0942 W 1646 2218

0.2 3.1 0.5

3.3 0.3 2.9 0.6

10 1158 9 0529

0212 0858 SU 1448 F 1733 2128

O

0030 11 0602 10

0307 0952 M 1534 SA 1233 2218

1.0

0.5 2.8 3.0 0.4 0.6 2.8 0.8

1806

3.2 2.9 0.5 0.3 3.0 0.6

1840

3.1 3.2 0.2 0.5 3.1 3.0 0.7

M 1345 1916 0528

3.3 0.2 0.5 3.3 3.0 0.7 0.2

12 0102

0356 1042 TU 0633 1619 2304 SU 1308

11

13 0134

0442 1130 W 1705 0706  2349

12

14 0207

1222 TH 1752

13

0742 TU 1425 0036 1957

15

0614 F 0242 1315 1842 0823

14

W 1508 2040

15

0319 0909 TH 1552 2128

0.5

0.3 3.1

3.2

3.3 0.2 0.5 3.0 3.4 0.7 0.1

3.2 3.3 0.2 0.5 3.0 0.7

3.2 0.6 2.9 0.8

2

M 1440 3.0 2011 0557 0.83.0

2

1221 0.8 SU0253 1906 3.32.8

3

0837 TU 1522 2053

3.1 0.5

3

0230

0027 0643 F 1304 2147 2002

0.6 3.0 0.9

2.9 0.6

m

16

1027 0.6 0242 SU 16593.7 3.0 0829  22460.2 0.8

17

17

18

1126 0.6 0329 M 17523.6 3.0 0922 23450.3 0.9

W 1633 2154

18

3.1 0.6

19 20

0051

0.9

0.8

65W 0914 1512 0255

0458 1106 F 1742 2203  2319

76

0346

0.9

3.12.8 0.80.9 2.92.8 1.0 3.02.8 0.80.8 2.93.0 1.1

0616 3.0 12313.4 0.7 0416 TU 18510.5 2.9 1018

0.9

2.8 20 1101 21 SU 1626 6 SA5 1030 1617 0.9 0402

0.6 3.2 0.5 3.3

2221F 1006 1540

0058 1.0 0048 1.1 0243 1.0 0703 2.9 3.1 0735 1113 2.8 2.9 0909 1151 2.6 M 1713 SU 1333 0.9 0.5 TU SU 13361655 0.8 0.8 W 1504 1.1 2224 3.2 2344 3.3  2354 2014 2.8 2001 2.9 2151 2.9

0.7

0449 0.7 0452 22 21 76

0.3 3.2 0.4 3.5

0.5 02020526 1.0 0.6 3.2 08591150 2.9 3.0 0.4 W 1443 M 1729 0.7 0.8TH 2120 3.0 3.3 O

0536 1241 23 22 TU 1757 0.8 2.7 1.0 3.1

0.2 3.3 0.4

0041 24 23 0617

3.6 0.2 3.2 0.4

0311

0.7 0.3 2.9 3.2 0.6 0.1 2.9 3.3

98 0510 1132

1.10.6 2.93.0 0.60.8 2.9

2423 0501 1159

27

1826

0502 1131 0108 W 1710 0648

26

M 1355 1916

28

0003 0540 0154 TH 1211 0736 O 1745

27

0.2

0.4 2.9 3.5 0.6 0.0

3.2 0.2

3.2 0.4 3.5 2.9 0.0 0.6

TU 1448 3.1 2007 3.2 0.3 0039

29

0614 0240 F 1248 0826 1820

28

0.4 3.5 2.9 0.1 0.7

W 1539 3.1 0111 2058 3.3 0.4

30

0648 SA 1324 0325 1855 0918

29

TH 1629 2151

30

0411 1014 F 1719 2246

O 1749

0041 11 10 0618

0.4 2.9 3.4 0.7 0.3

0331 1020 W 1557 M2241 1245

1822

12

0424 1115 0113 TH 1648 0650 TU2330 1323

11

1857

13

0.8

0.7 3.13.3 0.40.6 3.23.0

0.8

0.5 3.23.4 0.30.6 3.43.1

0.8

0514 0.3 1209 3.3 0145 3.4 F 1738 0.3 0724 0.5 

12

W 1403 3.1 1936 3.50.7 0020

14

0602 0.1 0220 3.33.4 SA 1304 0801 0.30.5 1828

13

TH 1445 3.1 0108 2018 3.60.7

15

0650 0.1 SU 1359 0258 3.33.4 1918 0844 0.30.5

14

2.9 0.5

F 1527 2104

15

3.3 0.4 2.8 0.7

0339 0933 SA 1612 2153

2

3.1 0.7

3.3 0.6 3.1 0.8

18

1.0 2.8 0.9 2.9

0203

0601 3.0 3.0 1228 0.8 0.6 SA 1908 21212.8 3.0

24 23 0422 1113

0.5 3.4 2.9 0.0 0.6 3.2 3.1

3

0704

0434 3.3 TH 1318 1033 1929 0.8 1723 2.9 2308 0.9

0858 2120 TH 1441

0410 1104 2322 SA 1634

0419 1050 TU 1630 SU 2325 1302

18

17

0.8 3.0 0.7 3.2

87

2.7

0302

22 23

0020 26 25 0600

0700

19

3.1

0.9 3.3 3.0 0.6 0.5 3.03.0

3

2

0344 3.3 1.1 W 1342 09322008 0.6 2.7 F 1614 3.1 SA 2151 0.8 

m

3.0 0.8 3.0

1.0

1.10.7 2.82.9 0.70.8 2.83.2

0231 0921 TU 1504 SU2145 1209

1203 0352 3.5 W 1813

4 5

3.0 0.7

2250

0007 109 0545

17

16

4

 2243

0.9

0320

19 20

07373.2 2.9 0507 05140933 3.0 2.7 0019 1004 1.0 W 13370.6 0.6 F 1533 SA 1532 1120 1123 0.8 1.0 0610 2.8 F 1813 2.9 3.0 M 1257 2213 1.1 20052.9 2.9 SU 17502221 2351 0.9 2341 1.0 1909 2.7

0431 0019 1054 0701 1637 SU F1308 1935 2329

0.6 0.1 2.9 3.2 0.6 0.1 3.0

1232 1.0 0306 3.4 2.7 TU 1901

1.0

TH 1722  2249

0.5 0.8 3.1 2.8 0.2 0.6 2.8 3.1

0331 1001 M 1547 SA 2243 1736

2

1

1.0 2.8 0.8 3.0

0329 0134 1019 0759 TH 1404 1555 SA 2102 2242

0512 25 24 1207

m

1.1 0146 2.7 0520 0848 3.1 1.1 F 1430 1139 1.0 2.9SU 1810 2105 2.8

0556 2.9 1009 0.82.9 1206 TH1834 1557 2.80.8 SA

0125 0814 M SA1408 1715 2042

16

YEAR 2017

Time

0222 04260813 3.2 TH 1442 1024 0.7 SA 16592123 3.0

0.8 3.0 2.9 0.3 0.5 3.0 2.7

0236 0905 SUF 1459 1646 2156 2331

m

0847 0.6 0938 0.5 TU 1543 3.2 TH 1534 3.1 F 1640 3.1 2101 2105 0111 0.8 1.1 2211 0025 0.7 05130.5 3.1

1.0

0156

1

Time

3.7 0230 3.4 0310 3.6 AUGUST 0739 0.1 0808 0.6 0850 0.3 Time 3.2 m W 1453Time3.1 m TH 1559 Time M 1451 3.1 04230.4 3.2 2009 20230603 0.7 2.9 2121 0544 0.5

4 5

0807 0411 TU1010 1421 TH 1651 2108 2226

0.7

Time

JULY0155

19

2137

0.9

2.8 3.2 0.5 0.4 2.8 2.8 0.7

16

AUGUST

0050 1.0 0657 3.22.8 0330 M0921 1324 0.70.8 2006 3.02.8 W 1605

4

0124 0.9 0533 0814 3.0 2.8 TU 1158 1406 0.5 0.4 TH 1857 2044 2.8 2.8

21 22

m

3.4 0.6 3.0m 0.83.2

1116 0.7 SA0218 1811 3.42.8 0758 2345 0.60.9

0547 2.8 1201 3.4 0.6 0341 SU 0946 1830 0.3 2.8

1.1 3.1 2.7 0.5 0.6 2.7 2.7 0.8

0057 0441 0745 1110 SUTU1346 1808 2020  2347

1

1059 0.6 SA 0252 1733 3.5 2.8  0848 2316 0.2 0.9

0.9 2.8 3.1 0.6 0.6 2.7 2.9

0.4

1

Time

0144 0722 Time SU 1401 0501 1932

1001 0.6 F 0206 1640 3.5 2.9 0754 2219 0.1 0.8

0028 0639 0319 SA 1306 0903 M 2005 1548

4

m

3.5 0.1 m 3.2 3.1 0.3

2.9 0.8 3.5 2.7 0.2 1.0 3.2

0627 2.6 0349 0.7 3.3 1242 1000 2.6 0.4 SA 1909

1.0

0210 0.8 0429 2.9 0845 1026 2.80.8 SA 1440 M 1700 0.52.7 2145 2239 2.81.1

36

16

0441 3.0 1109 0234 0.53.2 W 1800 0800 2.70.4  2350 F 1450 0.93.1

YEAR 2018

TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND LOW JULY WATERS JUNE

TIME ZONE UT(GMT) MAY

0206 1.0 0821 2.8 M 1432 0.9 2121 23182.8

0408

0.8

0615 2.9 0137 1.1 1228 0.8 0716 2.6 M 18472306 2.9 3.2TU 1406 2307 1.2 2036 2.7

87

98

0307 0.9 0.3 03120019 0.8 0935 2.8 3.3 10100559 3.0 TUSU 1525 0.6 17240.9 0.3 TH 1543 TU 1227 2217 3.0 22241801 3.2 

0337 1018 1552 2242

0423 3.3 1102 0.5 3.0 F 1635 W 2323 0.7

0.7 2.9

0.9 1327 3.3 1839

0008 3.510 0051 3.4 2524 0548 25 0123 0.2 0.5 24 0655 9W 0630 M 1253 3.3 1302 3.1 TH 1408 0359 1032 W 1612 2303

0.7 2.9 0.8 3.1

1812

0055 2625 0634

0.3

0411 1107 F 1636 2317

1110

0.5 3.2 0.4 3.4

1835

0503 1138 SA 1711

0.7

1920

0203 26 25 0733

0444 0.6 0502 0.3 1117 2.9 3.6 12010124 3.2 3.4 TH 1653 0.8 0.1 SA 17260701 0.3 0.5SU TU 13443.3 3.2  TH 1340 3.1 O 2343

1859

27

0.4

12

0523 0.5 1156 01402.9 3.6 F 1730 07180.8 0.2 SU O W 1433 3.2

26

0.4

27

TH 1517 3.1 20313.4 0.5 0053

29

1953

13

0021 3.3 0559 0.5 0223 3.6 SA 1231 3.0 0801 0.2 1804 0.8

0.6

27

0.6

28

0055 3.6 0634 0.1 0239 3.5 M 1345 3.3 TU 0819 0.4 1900 0.3

12

14

0000 3.4 0537 0.5 1213 3.0 F 1445 1743 0.8

SA 1502 3.2 01422038 3.7 0.6

1959

2039

3.5 0.5 3.1 0.6

SU 1557 0132 2121 3.4

3.5 0.6 3.1 0.7

29

26

0102 3.4 0638 0.5 0318 1315 3.1 0851 1841 0.8

27

0631 0.5 0719 0.1 0706 0.5 03063.0 3.5 TU 14330319 SU 1304 3.2 3.5 W 1347 0356 3.2 08460.8 0.4 1836 19460905 0.4 0.5 1915 0935 0.7

28

30

F 1559 3.1 0124 21173.4 0.6

13

15

SU 1544 3.2 02262126 3.7 0.6

30

28

M 1636 0205 2208 3.4

0702 0.6 0804 0.2 0738 0.5 M 1338 3.2 3.4TH 1423 0436 3.2 03473.0 3.4 W 15180400 1909 20330957 0.4 0.6 1953 1026 0.7 09330.8 0.5

29

SA 1639 3.0 0155 22043.4 0.7

31

0734 0.6 TU 1415 3.1 0429 3.3 1944 0.8

30

1024 SU 1722  2256

31

0513 1123 M 1808 2357

0.7 2.9 0.9 3.1 0.9 2.8 1.0

14

M 1628 2218

15

0447 1056 TU 1717  2316

3.2 0.8

31

3.2 0.7 3.1 0.9

3.6 0.2 3.2 0.5 3.6 0.3 3.2 0.5

0007 3.5 0033 3.4 05490200 0.1 3.5 0609 0241 0.5 12540737 3.3 0.4 M 1244 0811 3.1 1813 0.3 3.2 1812 0.8 F 1420 SA 1520

11

1945

28

1912

0.6 3.0 0.8

29

TU 1720 0242 3.4  2303

0816 0.5 F 1502 3.3 0521 2034 0.7

30

1129 W 1811

31

0016 0615 TH 1252 1912

3.3 0.8 3.0 0.9 3.1 1.0 2.9 1.1 2.9 1.2 2.8 1.3 2.7 1.3 2.7


Tidal TIDALInformation INFORMATION SCOTLAND — ARDROSSAN

SCOTLAND — ARDROSSAN LAT 5538N LONG 449W LAT AND 5538N LONG 449W TIMES HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND LOW WATERS

TIME ZONE UT(GMT)

TIME ZONE UT(GMT)SEPTEMBER

Time

m

Time

1mSEPTEMBERTime16 m

0320 0900 Time SA 1541 0146 1.22120

1

0721 F 1411 2036

2

0252 0856 SA 1508 2150

3

0342 1009 SU 1553 2239

4

3.3 0403 0.5 0944 3.1 SU 1638 0141 0.9 0.6  2222

16

2.5 0855 1.20359 SA 3.21424 2.70950 0.62056

2

SU 1623 1.02212

3.1

17

17

0.80256 2.5 1003 1.10443 SU 3.01524 2.91048 0.82203

3

2.7 0.9 0446 2.9 1041

M 1724 0.7 2331

18

2.9 0.7 0535 1205 3.1

M 1710 0.82311

2.9 TU 1819 0.90353 0.5

4

2.81615 0104 M 0.5 0.92253 0633 3.3 2.8 W 1337 1937

18

2.7 0.90541 3.11157

TU 1807

1054

19

19

3.1

0424 0.6 0439 0.3 1054 2.90021 1.0 1138 3.2 0216 M 1632 0.80705 TU 0.4 2.61659 0818 2318 W3.21316 1.02337TH 3.4 1439

5

1925

20

2.8

2118

2.9

2212

20 21 6

5

0501 0.4 1130 3.00144 TU 1705 0.70853 2352 TH3.31432 2103

0520 0.2 3.2 1.01222 0311 W 0.3 2.71740 0956  0.8 F 1529

0533 1206 W 1736 O

7 21 22

7

8 22 23

8

9 23 24

6

0.4 0020 3.5 0356 3.00302 0.70556 0.2 2.91302 1038 0.61008 TH 3.2 F 1534 0.61817SA 0.4 1610 2212

0027 3.3 0604 0.30401 1102 TH 1240 3.1 SA 1625 1809 0.52303

3.1

2255

0100 3.5 0.40630 0436 0.3 3.1 1114 F 1337 3.2 0.4 SU 1646 1853 0.4 3.3 2330

0101 3.40449 0.20137 3.5 0510 0636 0.31150 3.20703 0.4 1146 F 1317 SU3.21712 SA 0.31409 M 3.2 1717 1847 0.52351 3.51927 0.5

9 10 24 25

0139 0713 SA 1355 1928

3.40533 0.00213 3.4 0004 0541 0.21239 3.20737 0.5 M3.21755 SU 0.21442TU 3.2 1218 1744 0.4 2003 O 0.5

10 11 25 26 0219 3.50039 0754 0.30614 SU 1436 TU3.31324 2013 0.41838

3.60248 0035 3.4 0.00814 0609 0.6 3.2 W 1248 M 1518 3.2 0.2 1813

2042

0.7

m

1

3.2 0.8 Time 3.0 M 0217 0.8

1

0816 SU 3.0 1435 1.1 2110

2

Time

2.6 1.3 0425 2.8 1025

2.8 TU 1641 0.9 1.0 0309  2250

2

m

16

OCTOBER 0341 3.2 0925 0.7 m Time 1554 3.2 TU 1.1 0241 2148 0.8

16

W 1741

2.8

0948 3.0 0.8 3.0M 1508 0506 2142 3.2 0.9 1104

3.1 0.9

17

17

0335 0.5 1036 3.2 TU 1558 0017 0.6 2.8 1.1 2232 0605 3.3

4

18

4

0430 1105 1.0 W 1636 2.4 2321 1.2 F

0.4 3.1 0137 0.7 0857 3.3 1423

19

0.3 3.2 0252 0.6 1001 3.4 1522

20

0.2 0347 3.2 1050 0.5

21 22

3.4

22 23

0.4 0120 3.0 0650 SU 0.7 1333 TU 1907

8 9

3.5 0514 0.2 1217 3.4 1737

23 24

9 10

3.5 0017 0553 0.3 1258 3.5 1816 0.4

24 25

5

2.8

5 6

2050

3.0

2156

0503 0.8 1139 TH 2.6 1709 O 2358 1.0 SA

6 7

0535 0.6 1215 2.8 F 1745

0.9 3.2

SU 1612 2247

7 8

0.5 3.0 SA 0.8 3.3

3.3 0.4 3.1 M 0.7

0038 0610 1253 M 1824

0202 0733 1413W 1952

10 11 3.3 0245 0.4 0821 3.1 TH TU 1455 0.6

2042

0433 0.2 1133 3.3 1656 0.4 2331

0.4

0100 3.5 0629 0.4 1335 3.5 1854

0.5

11 12

2.9

1.1 2.8

TH 1247

19

F 1403 2025

0459 0.4 1157 0236 3.3 1.0 TH 1720 0911 0.4 2.7  2356 3.4 1.0 SA 1456

20

2.9

0.7 3.2

0205

0343 3.30735 0932 TH0.51444 TU 1601 3.22002 2154 0.6

13

143.1

0428 1031 W 1648  2254

14 15

0010 0647 F 1309 1903

3.4 0.4 3.3 SA 0.5 1628 TH

29

3.4 0.4 0517 3.3 1133 SU 0.5 F 1725

2216

28

0.8

15

0324

1.0 2.6 1.0 2.8

2136

3.6 0142 0.2 0710 3.2 F 1354 0.41638 1926 W 3.0

1.0

0245 3.5 0220 0815 0.40448 0750 2.9 F0.71520 3.11031SA 1.2 1433 0.51727 2008 3.12045 TH 2.8

0523 2.90858 SA 1558 1144 0.9 2130 TH 1745 2.9

3.3 0140 3.4 0.4 0329 0706 0.6 3.2 0914 F 1409 W 1540 1932 3.4 0.6

 2324

30

1.2

3.4 0259 0.6 0834 0543 2.7 3.1 SU 1512 1149 1.4 0.6 2055

29

F 1827

30

0059 0647 SA 1328 1944

2.7

1.3 2.5 1.4 2.7

 2242

13

0256 0823 1521 1.1 2054 3.0

15 1.0

SA 1258 1850

15

0.8

14 2.9

3.4 0.5 0006 3.3 M 0657 0.6

14

0.7

0219 0743 1444 2011 3.2

0133 0849 SU 1410 2038

0336 0906 1601 2.7 2143

1.1 2.9

0.9 2.8 1.0 2.9

F 1251

3.4

0110

2256

3.4

0.2 0635 0438 0.6 3.3 1116 SU 1336 3.3 0.4 TU 1646 1859 0.6 3.5 2329

3.4 0.2 0145 0509 0.6 3.3 0708 1147 3.3 0.3M 1409 W 1716 1933 O 0.6

3.6 0.2 3.3 TU 0.3

0220 0744 TH 1445 2010

3.3 0004 0538 0.7 1219 3.3 1747 0.7

25 26

3.6 0257 0042 3.3 0.3 0822 0610 0.9 3.3 W 1522F 1254 3.3 0.4 1824

2052

0.8

26 27

3.5 0121 3.1 0.4 0338 0648 1.1 3.3 0903 SA 1331 TH 1602 1905 3.1 0.4

2140

1.0

3.5 0.5 3.3 SU 0.5F 1647

0202 2.9 0731 1.3 1410 1949 3.0

 2240

29

1.2

3.4 0244 0.7 0514 0818 2.8 3.2 1054 M 1451 1.5 0.7 SA 1745 2039 2.8

28 3.2 1.0 3.1 0.9

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TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND LOW WATERS NOVEMBER OCTOBER

0.8

0322 3.1 0850 2.8 0.5 TH 1516 1.1 3.5 TU 1723 2113 2.9 0.4

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1937

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0.6 0.9 2.9 3.0 0.8 3.0 0.4 3.1 0.5 3.2

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