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Tide Tables are sponsored by Dartmouth Chandlery 01803 839292 Time Zone UT(GMT)


MARCH 2017 DARTMOUTH


HEIGHTS ARE ABOVE CHART DATUM High Water


LowWater Date


Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon Time m Time m Time m Time m


1 W 08 02 5.0 20 22 4.8 01 28 0.4 13 51 0.3 2 TH 08 39 4.9 20 58 4.7 02 04 0.4 14 27 0.5 3 F


4 SA


09 17 4.8 21 35 4.6 02 41 0.6 15 03 0.7 09 58 4.5 22 17 4.3 03 18 0.8 15 43 1.0


5 SU  10 46 4.2 23 10 4.1 04 02 1.2 16 31 1.4 6 M 11 50 3.9


10 F


7 TU 00 24 3.9 13 17 3.8 06 22 1.8 19 12 1.9 8 W 01 56 3.9 14 45 3.9 08 11 1.7 20 50 1.6 9 TH 03 15 4.1 15 56 4.1 09 30 1.3 21 56 1.2 04 19 4.4 16 54 4.4 10 28 0.9 22 50 0.8


11 SA 12 SU O 05 59 4.9 18 26 4.7


05 12 4.7 17 43 4.6 11 16 0.5 23 36 0.5 12 01 0.3


13 M 06 40 5.0 19 04 4.8 00 17 0.3 12 40 0.2 14 TU 07 16 5.0 19 35 4.8 00 55 0.3 13 16 0.3 15 W 07 47 4.9 20 03 4.7 01 29 0.4 13 48 0.4


16 TH 08 15 4.7 20 29 4.6 01 59 0.6 14 15 0.7 17 F


18 SA 19 SU


08 43 4.6 20 57 4.4 02 24 0.8 14 39 1.0 09 12 4.3 21 26 4.2 02 47 1.1 14 59 1.3 09 45 4.1 22 00 4.0 03 08 1.4 15 20 1.6


20 M  10 25 3.8 22 46 3.8 03 37 1.7 15 54 1.9


21 TU 11 19 3.6 23 49 3.6 04 28 2.0 17 05 2.1 22 W


23 TH 01 18 3.6 14 20 3.6 07 33 2.0 20 05 1.9 24 F


25 SA 26 SU


12 35 3.5 06 09 2.1 18 47 2.2


02 52 3.9 15 31 3.9 08 42 1.6 21 12 1.6 03 54 4.2 16 25 4.2 09 44 1.2 22 10 1.2


27 M 05 32 4.7 17 59 4.7 11 26 0.5 23 47 0.5 28 TU  06 18 4.9 18 42 4.8


29 W 07 02 5.0 19 23 4.9 00 30 0.3 12 53 0.1 30 TH 07 43 5.1 20 02 5.0 01 11 0.2 13 33 0.2


31 F 08 24 5.0 20 41 4.9 01 50 0.2 14 11 0.3


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near the spreader roots. In addition to a comprehensive check at deck level,


it’s worth going aloft at least once a year to check that all is well. Pay close attention to the area around fittings, swages, spreader roots, and rigging terminals. Spreader ends should be checked to ensure they are smooth and won’t damage genoas or spinnakers. Examine sails for damage to stitching, as well as


chafe or tears in the fabric. Pay particular attention to the areas around the head, tack and clew, as well as the leech, batten pockets and spreader patches.


SAFETY EQUIPMENT Almost every item of marine safety equipment has a limited service life or needs periodic maintenance. This includes distress flares, EPRIBs and PLBs, jackstays, lifebuoy lights, lifejackets and more. In addition to giving this gear a full annual service, as per the manufacturer’s recommendations, the start of the season is a good time for a comprehensive audit of the equipment carried, including documenting further tasks that will need to be carried out during the season, including periodic lifejacket checks. Don’t forget the lifeline lashings at the pushpit – ideally these should be replaced annually, and the security of the knots checked much more frequently than that.


INTERIOR Ideally, the boat will have either been well ventilated over the winter, or have had the benefit of a dehumidifi- er to keep the interior dry. However, if mould is starting to form on surfaces or soft furnishings it’s important to deal with it as soon as possible and to dry the interior of the boat out before warmer spring weather provides ideal conditions for spores to multiply. It’s also worth making a close inspection to check for any leaks from windows, hatches or deck fittings – you can be sure they these become more pronounced when the boat is at sea. Flexible gas pipes have a five-year lifespan, but if they show any signs of perishing, or if braided outer cores are starting to fray, they should be replaced immediately by a qualified marine gas fitter.


ELECTRICS Assuming the batteries have been kept charged during the winter, check that all the equipment, from navigation lights, instruments and autopilots to interior lighting, freshwater pumps and refrigeration works as it should. Many of these items have a lead- time for replacement, so the sooner you identify any deficiencies, the sooner you’re likely to have the boat fully operational.•


04 44 4.5 17 13 4.5 10 38 0.8 23 00 0.8 12 11 0.3


04 59 1.6 17 36 1.7 Date


1 SA 2 SU


APRIL 2017


By the Dart • Tide Predictions DARTMOUTH


HEIGHTS ARE ABOVE CHART DATUM High Water


LowWater


Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon Time m Time m Time m Time m 09 05 4.8 21 19 4.7 02 28 0.4 14 50 0.6


3M  10 35 4.2 22 52 4.1 03 52 1.1 16 17 1.4 4 TU 11 42 3.8


6 TH 01 40 3.9 14 31 3.8 07 56 1.7 20 31 1.7 7 F


8 SA 9 SU


10 M 05 33 4.7 17 59 4.7 11 36 0.4 23 53 0.4 11 TU O 06 12 4.8 18 34 4.7


12 W 06 48 4.8 19 05 4.8 00 29 0.4 12 49 0.4 13 TH 07 18 4.8 19 33 4.7 01 02 0.5 13 19 0.6 14 F


15 SA 16 SU


07 47 4.7 20 00 4.6 01 30 0.6 13 45 0.8 08 17 4.5 20 29 4.5 01 55 0.8 14 06 1.0


08 47 4.3 20 59 4.3 02 17 1.1 14 26 1.3


17 M 09 18 4.1 21 31 4.1 02 39 1.3 14 49 1.5 18 TU 09 57 3.9 22 13 3.9 03 06 1.6 15 22 1.8 19 W  10 48 3.7 23 10 3.8 03 52 1.8 16 17 2.0 20 TH 11 55 3.6


21 F


22 SA 23 SU


00 21 3.7 13 23 3.6 06 52 1.9 19 26 1.9 01 53 3.9 14 48 3.9 08 05 1.6 20 34 1.6 03 09 4.2 15 47 4.2 09 09 1.2 21 36 1.2


24 M 04 07 4.5 16 39 4.5 10 05 0.8 22 31 0.8 25 TU 05 00 4.7 17 28 4.7 10 57 0.5 23 20 0.5


26 W  05 49 4.9 18 15 4.9 11 46 0.2 27 TH 06 38 5.0 19 01 5.0 00 08 0.2 12 31 0.1 28 F


29 SA 30 SU


07 24 5.1 19 43 5.1 00 52 0.1 13 14 0.1 08 08 5.0 20 25 5.0 01 35 0.2 13 56 0.3 08 52 4.8 21 06 4.8 02 16 0.3 14 37 0.6


05 20 2.0 18 01 2.1


02 57 4.1 15 38 4.1 09 11 1.3 21 36 1.3 03 58 4.4 16 32 4.3 10 05 0.9 22 27 0.9 04 48 4.6 17 17 4.6 10 53 0.6 23 12 0.6


12 15 0.3


09 47 4.5 22 01 4.4 03 07 0.7 15 30 1.0 04 48 1.5 17 20 1.8


5 W 00 09 3.9 13 10 3.7 06 07 1.8 18 53 1.9


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