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Will it be running sunday looked at tide times low tide is around 830am. Does that mean it will be going around 10ish.
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Sun 2 Jul
HW LW HW LW
03:03 09:52 15:30 21:45
8.1 m 2.3 m 7.7 m 2.8 m

High tides at 3:30pm, so you'll want to get there an hour before i think, I may be wrong...Mendipmammoth? We in bangor always do it as a 2 hours before high tide leave to get there in time! Its 7.7 though, so not bad but is likely to be a bit flushy and small, its best in the mid to top 8's!

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Looks like were going over to bala then . I`ll be in the stripy S6F.
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Georgey Boy wrote:We in bangor always do it as a 2 hours before high tide
Leave Bangor 3 Hours before High Tide GMT.

So arrive in Valley about 2.5 hours before High Tide GMT.

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Where do you get the informtion for Stanley Embankment tide times?
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http://easytide.ukho.gov.uk/EasyTide/Ea ... ortID=0452

Basically look at the Alfred Dock tide times as that what everyone goes by.

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7.7?

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Tide is 8.53 at 15:12 So leave bangor at 12:30 and should be fairly good!

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I'd say Stanley runs anywhere between a low 8 and a high 9, with 9 metres on the dropping tide being ideal, if there's a strong easterly wind, then it's rubbish. Have fun guys, will maybe be there myself Saturday or Sunday.

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I'll be at Stanley this weekend. What time should I be looking to get on the water? I worked it out to be 11:10am, is this about right?
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Stanley tide times

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May not be quite as accurate, but usually a good indicator and shows two months at a time

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One very easy way to get tide tables is by installing WXTide - free download from http://www.wxtide32.com/download.html
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Rockrat wrote:I'll be at Stanley this weekend. What time should I be looking to get on the water? I worked it out to be 11:10am, is this about right?
I'll probably get there for around 12, but if you want to catch the build up, then arriving at that time would be fine

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Got there for a-quarter-to-twelve and the wave was forming but wasn't retentive. It got better as they day went on though. I think we spent a good three hours there.

Anyone from Bangor paddling the Embankment on Saturday?
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