Tides for 4-10 March

Rachel writes: March has come in with some weather issues already!! WIND. Sunday’s sessions have been cancelled.  Next weekend brings the very low tides again, so plans are being made to allow us to continue all our sessions on both days.

Monday 4th March
07.44 — 1.7 m L. 13.48 —5.2 m H 20.24 —1.4 m L

Tuesday 5th
07.16 —1.5 m L. 14.27 — 5.4 m H. 19.34 —1.2 m L

Wednesday 6th
07.53 — 1.2 m L. 15.02 — 5.5 m H. 20.12 — 1.0 m L

Thursday 7th
08.32 —1.0 m L. 15.35 — 5.5 m H. 20.51 — 0.8 m L

Friday 8th
09.09 — 0.9 m L. 16.10 — 5.5 m H. 21 .25 — 0.8 m L

Saturday 9th
09.42 — 0.9 m L 16.46 — 5.5 m H Pontoon will be asked for. 07.30 training will take the boat out. Back in by 12.00

Sunday 10th
10.05 — 1.0 m L. 17.22 — 5.4 m H. Pontoon will be asked for and 08.00 training will take the boat out. All is well by 13.00.

Tides for 25 Feb to 3 March

Rachel writes: This week takes us into March, and has the same tide issues as we have just dealt with in February. However, with early morning training sessions plus pontoons, we have overcome the low tides and not had to cancel any social sessions in February. Hopefully we can overcome this in March also.

Monday 25th February
06.56 — 5.4 m H 12.01 — 1.4 m L. 19.21 — 5.4 m H

Tuesday 26th
07.45 — 5.0 m H. 12.44 — 1.8 m L. 20.14 — 5.0 m H

Wednesday 27th
08.40 — 4.7 m H 13.57 — 2.2 m L 21.19 — 4.7 m H

Thursday 28th
09.49 —4.5 m H. 15.39 — 2.3 m L 22.34 —4.5 m H

Friday 1st March
11.02 —4.5 m H. 18.11 — 2.1 m L. 23.42 —4.6 m H

Saturday 2nd March
06.25 — 2.1 m L. 12.07 —4.7 m H 19.06 — 1.8 m L

Sunday 3rd March
07.09 — 1.9 m L. 13.02 — 5.0 m H. 19.49 — 1.6 m L

Pontoon launches for the weekend

Rachel writes: We have some issues this weekend, as the slip is out of action as from first thing Saturday.
Dredger works are happening and the slip is very muddy, so under safety rules it was decided to close it, scrape and pressure wash it.

However, all problems are solved!!
Ferry Maid is already on pontoon A23. Please bear in mind it is completely stripped, therefore absolutely everything will need taken down to the pontoon at 08.00 on Saturday morning. She will then stay on A23 after each crew until Sunday afternoon. The tide at 14.00 will be 2.6m.

A perfect weather weekend for the skiff to stay out for two nights!

Thank you to the crew who were alerted on Friday afternoon and took the Maid to be settled on the pontoon.
Thanks too to Lorna, who ran back and forwards to ‘catch them’ before they disappeared home!!

Have a good weekend everyone, high temperatures and some sun. I am heading west!

Tides for 18-24 February

Rachel writes: The tides are ruling our rowing times this next week,  late mornings into early afternoon as the week goes on. Pontoons will be needed  on Saturday and Sunday, with the assistance of early training crews!!  There are some interesting lows of 0.1 m!! (See Mike’s information below about that.)

Monday 18th February
07.29 — 1.2 m L. 13.37 — 5.6m H 20.06 — 0.8 m L

Tuesday 19th
08.24 — 0.9 m L. 14.30 — 5.9 m H. 21.00 — 0.4 m L

Wednesday 20th
09.12 — 0.7 m L. 15.21 — 6.2 m H. 21.46 — 0.1 m L

Thursday 21st
09.55 — 0.6 m L. 16.10 — 6.2 m H. 22.26 — 0.1 m L

Friday 22nd
10.34 — 0.6 m L 16.58 — 6.2 m H. 23.01 – 0.2 m L

Saturday 23rd
05.21 — 6.0 m H. 11.08 — 0.8 m L 17.46 — 6.0 m H Pontoon will be requested.

Sunday 24th
06.08 – 5.8 m H. 11.34 — 1.0 mL. 18.33 — 5.8 m H Pontoon will be requested.

Happy rowing – the temperatures look to be decent, so there is a bonus!