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The tide ahead Sint Annaland

20 June High water at 02:59
Water level compared to NAP: 148 cm | LAT: 0 cm
20 June Low water at 09:06
Water level compared to NAP: -142 cm | LAT: 0 cm
20 June High water at 15:26
Water level compared to NAP: 162 cm | LAT: 0 cm
20 June Low water at 21:35
Water level compared to NAP: -136 cm | LAT: 0 cm
21 June High water at 03:43
Water level compared to NAP: 157 cm | LAT: 0 cm
21 June Low water at 09:49
Water level compared to NAP: -138 cm | LAT: 0 cm
21 June High water at 16:07
Water level compared to NAP: 165 cm | LAT: 0 cm
21 June Low water at 22:20
Water level compared to NAP: -140 cm | LAT: 0 cm
22 June High water at 04:26
Water level compared to NAP: 162 cm | LAT: 0 cm
22 June Low water at 10:31
Water level compared to NAP: -133 cm | LAT: 0 cm
22 June High water at 16:43
Water level compared to NAP: 164 cm | LAT: 0 cm
22 June Low water at 23:04
Water level compared to NAP: -144 cm | LAT: 0 cm
23 June High water at 05:07
Water level compared to NAP: 166 cm | LAT: 0 cm
23 June Low water at 11:12
Water level compared to NAP: -127 cm | LAT: 0 cm
23 June High water at 17:16
Water level compared to NAP: 161 cm | LAT: 0 cm
23 June Low water at 23:48
Water level compared to NAP: -149 cm | LAT: 0 cm
24 June High water at 06:33
Water level compared to NAP: 170 cm | LAT: 0 cm
24 June Low water at 11:55
Water level compared to NAP: -123 cm | LAT: 0 cm
24 June High water at 17:52
Water level compared to NAP: 157 cm | LAT: 0 cm
25 June Low water at 00:33
Water level compared to NAP: -156 cm | LAT: 0 cm
25 June High water at 07:20
Water level compared to NAP: 172 cm | LAT: 0 cm
25 June Low water at 12:42
Water level compared to NAP: -120 cm | LAT: 0 cm
25 June High water at 18:34
Water level compared to NAP: 153 cm | LAT: 0 cm
26 June Low water at 01:20
Water level compared to NAP: -163 cm | LAT: 0 cm
26 June High water at 08:04
Water level compared to NAP: 173 cm | LAT: 0 cm
26 June Low water at 13:33
Water level compared to NAP: -118 cm | LAT: 0 cm
26 June High water at 19:26
Water level compared to NAP: 148 cm | LAT: 0 cm
27 June Low water at 02:06
Water level compared to NAP: -170 cm | LAT: 0 cm
27 June High water at 08:46
Water level compared to NAP: 171 cm | LAT: 0 cm
27 June Low water at 14:23
Water level compared to NAP: -117 cm | LAT: 0 cm
27 June High water at 20:47
Water level compared to NAP: 146 cm | LAT: 0 cm
28 June Low water at 02:54
Water level compared to NAP: -174 cm | LAT: 0 cm
28 June High water at 09:31
Water level compared to NAP: 169 cm | LAT: 0 cm
28 June Low water at 15:14
Water level compared to NAP: -116 cm | LAT: 0 cm
28 June High water at 21:37
Water level compared to NAP: 145 cm | LAT: 0 cm
29 June Low water at 03:44
Water level compared to NAP: -174 cm | LAT: 0 cm
29 June High water at 10:19
Water level compared to NAP: 165 cm | LAT: 0 cm
29 June Low water at 16:07
Water level compared to NAP: -115 cm | LAT: 0 cm
29 June High water at 22:30
Water level compared to NAP: 144 cm | LAT: 0 cm
30 June Low water at 04:38
Water level compared to NAP: -171 cm | LAT: 0 cm
30 June High water at 11:14
Water level compared to NAP: 160 cm | LAT: 0 cm
30 June Low water at 17:05
Water level compared to NAP: -115 cm | LAT: 0 cm
No astronomical forecast available
No setup expectation available

Tide curve Sint Annaland


 

The graph above shows the progression of the tide at Sint Annaland see. The blue line follows the astronomical tide forecast in NAP, which is the data that you also see in the table on the left in the '10 min' column. The orange line, however, shows the astronomical forecast plus - or minus - the setup. The influences of the weather and current are therefore included, so that the orange line represents the most likely scenario.

About the reference planes (NAP and LAT)
Most of the tide data you see here is shown relative to NAP (Normal Amsterdam Level). However, the measuring stations Aukfield, Europlatform, K13A and the Lichteiland Goeree give their values in MSL, Mean Sea Level, which represents the average sea level.

LAT is an international reference plane and stands for Lowest Astronomical Tide. It is used as a reference plane for water depths on nautical charts. If you use this, it is best to maintain this level. LAT represents the lowest possible tide at a given location, which is only reached at highly exceptional times. Normally the water level will therefore always be above it.

A standard difference between NAP and LAT is known for each tidal location, the standard difference between NAP and LAT at Sint Annaland is: 190 cm

Want to know more? The Wadvaarders Foundation has an interesting explanation about LAT vs. NAP on its website.

 

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