Tide prediction formats

Find out more about tide prediction formats.

Tables are provided in both PDF and comma delimited text (CSV) format.

Use the PDF files if you want to print the tide tables, and the CSV files if you wish to import the data into another programme.

 

Description of high/low tide predictions in text file

Below is a sample row from a CSV file. Use the key below to interpret the values:

ABCDEFGHIJKL
21Th2200805:491.912:050.618:131.9  

 

Key

A-D: Date:

A: Day of the month
B: Day of the week
C: Month
D: Year

 

E-F: First tide of day (could be either high or low - compare column F with column H):

E: Time (hours, minutes - 24 hour clock) eg 0549 = 5.49am
F: Height of tide (metres) eg 1.9 metres (NB this height is greater than the second tide of the day, therefore this is high tide)

 

G-H: Second tide of day (could be either high or low):

G: Time (hours, minutes - 24 hour clock)
H: Height of tide (metres)

 

I-J: Third tide of day (could be either high or low):

I: Time (hours, minutes - 24 hour clock)
J: Height of tide (metres)

 

K-L: Fourth tide of day (could be either high or low):

K: Time (hours, minutes - 24 hour clock) - if it is blank, as in this example, there is no fourth tide on this day
L: Height of tide (metres) - if it is blank, as in this example, there is no fourth tide on this day