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Small tidal stream inaccuracies can develop when advancing beyond HW Dover +6. Because of this we only enable today's tidal stream chartlets to advance 24 hours. Future tidal planning is best accomplished by using Red Bay Pier (Glenariff Pier)'s future tides predictor below.
The above image represents the current tidal streams offshore of this haven. Streams attaining three knots and above are highlighted by red arrows . All times are in local time with red text indicating springs, blue indicating neaps and gray between tidal events. Click [+] to advance the estimate by an hour and click [-] to step back. Future tidal planning is best accomplished by using Red Bay Pier (Glenariff Pier)'s future tides predictor below.
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Arrows represent the direction of tidal streams with lighter or shorter arrows indicating weaker streams. Stronger streams are indicated by heavier or longer arrows, and as mentioned above, red arrows flagging rates of 3 knots and above. Numerals represent [mean neap, mean spring] rates in tenths of a knot. For example the numbers 12,23 would indicate a mean neap of 1.2 knots and a mean spring of 2.3 knots.
More local tidal detailsToday's Red Bay tides — High water: , Low water:
Today's Dover tides — High waters: 09:56, 22:30, Low waters: 04:48, 17:17
We are now approaching the next tidal event that will be Springs.
High Water Dover –0015 Dover
MHWS 1.6m MHWN 1.5m MLWN 0.3m MLWS 0.2m
The stream sets round Garron point at the rate of 5 knots on springs, running in a direct line between it and Tornamoney Point at the north side of Cushendun Bay. At half ebb there is an eddy round the shores of Red bay, which sets out strongly along the south shore, causing 9 hours stream to the eastward there. There is also an eddy along the western shore with the flood after half tide, but there is little stream in the bight of the bay. Particularly so inside the 10 metre depth contour where the Red Bay or Cushendall anchorages are situated.
Further north, the tide sweeps round the headlands at the rate of 5 knots close to the shore. The spring ebb tide has been observed to run at 9 knots close off the tip of Torr Head causing a large eddy about 100 metres northeast of the head and great overfalls.
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Headline: Mainly dry and rather cloudy. Mild with light winds.
Today: Mainly dry with only the odd drizzly shower remaining. Also rather cloudy with a just few brighter interludes, mostly through this morning. It will be a mild day with light winds. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Tonight: It will be mostly dry overnight but rather misty with fog over high ground. A very mild night with freshening southerly winds. Minimum Temperature 12C.
Monday: Cloudy for much of the day with patchy light rain coming along during the morning, clearing away in the afternoon. A few clear intervals developing by evening. Mild and breezy. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Mostly cloudy and mild on Tuesday and Wednesday with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times. Becoming drier, brighter and colder during Thursday with strong northerly winds and a few showers.
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Belfast Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC). Operational Area: Northern Ireland/ Irish Republic Border, Lough Foyle to Northern/Irish Republic Border Carlingford Lough. Belfast Coastguard (MRSC) VHF Ch 16, liaises closely with IRCG. Emergencies are worked on 16, 67 and working channel. Alternatively, or if ashore, phone 999 and 112 and ask for ‘Marine Rescue’. Police, Fire and Rescue are also available on this number. Belfast (MRSC) may be contacted directly on +44 2891 463 933. An auxiliary coastguard station and an inshore lifeboat are stationed at Cushendall.
Other useful contacts in this area:
Cushendall Sailing & Boating Club P: +44 28 2177 1673
Post Office, Costcutter, Main Street, Waterfoot P: +44 28 2177 1307
British Admiralty 1411 ‘Irish Sea - Western Part’ 2199 ‘North Channel – Northern Part’ scale of 75,000:1 and 2198 ‘North Channel - Southern Part’ scale of 75,000:1 are good planning charts for the area. Admiralty Leisure Folio SC5612 ‘Northern Ireland, Carlingford Lough to Lough Foyle’ sheet 14 and plan. Also Imray chart C62 – ‘Irish Sea’ Chart C64 ‘Belfast Lough to Crinan and Islay’ plus Northern Ireland Ordinance Survey No. 9 at a scale of 1:50,000 for inland details.
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