TIDES

28 December 2016 | Others

29 December – 4 January

29 December – Thursday

High 03:36

Low 09:21

High 15:39

Low 21:38

30 December – Friday

High 04:08

Low 09:54

High 16:12

Low 22:09

31 December – Saturday

High 04:40

Low 10:28

High 16:45

Low 22:42

1 January – Sunday

High 05:13

Low 11:04

High 17:21

Low 23:17

2 January – Monday

High 05:50

Low 11:44

High 18:02

Low 23:56

3 January – Tuesday

High 06:32

Low 12:31

High 18:48

Low 00:41

4 January – Wednesday

High 07:20

Low 13:27

High 19:44

Low 01:37

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