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Broadcaster 2021


Boating Basics 27 Low water predictions for Great Yarmouth Yacht Station (corrected for BST)


Use these tables to work out when to cross Breydon Water, see page 26. Slack water is about 1 hour after low water at Great Yarmouth Yacht Station.


April


am pm hr:min hr:min


01 Th 02 Fr


07:30 19:29 08:12 20:13


03 Sa 08:57 21:09 04 Su 09:49 22:22 05 Mo 10:56 23:48 06 Tu


12:19


07 We 01:20 14:04 08 Th 02:33 15:07 09 Fr


03:26 15:50


10 Sa 04:09 16:24 11 Su


04:47 16:54


12 Mo 05:23 17:25 13 Tu


05:57 17:54


14 We 06:27 18:21 15 Th 16 Fr


06:53 18:46 07:12 19:13


17 Sa 07:32 19:45 18 Su 08:02 20:26 19 Mo 08:43 21:20 20 Tu 09:41 22:39 21 We 11:02 22 Th 00:15 12:33 23 Fr


01:29 13:43


24 Sa 02:26 14:39 25 Su 03:18 15:29 26 Mo 04:08 16:17 27 Tu 04:56 17:03 28 We 05:42 17:49 29 Th 06:25 18:34 30 Fr


07:08 19:21 May


am pm hr:min hr:min


01 Sa 07:51 20:13 02 Su 08:36 21:12 03 Mo 09:30 22:18 04 Tu 10:32 23:33 05 We 11:45 06 Th 00:50 13:12 07 Fr


01:56 14:28


08 Sa 02:50 15:14 09 Su 03:35 15:50 10 Mo 04:13 16:24 11 Tu


04:49 16:57


12 We 05:21 17:28 13 Th 14 Fr


05:49 17:56 06:10 18:23


15 Sa 06:32 18:54 16 Su 07:01 19:31 17 Mo 07:39 20:15 18 Tu


08:24 21:13


19 We 09:22 22:26 20 Th 10:37 23:42 21 Fr


11:56


22 Sa 00:53 13:06 23 Su 01:53 14:06 24 Mo 02:47 14:59 25 Tu 03:38 15:51 26 We 04:28 16:42 27 Th 05:16 17:34 28 Fr


06:03 18:27


29 Sa 06:48 19:19 30 Su 07:33 20:12 31 Mo 08:20 21:06


01 Tu June


am pm hr:min hr:min


09:09 22:03


02 We 10:02 23:05 03 Th 11:01 04 Fr


05 Sa 01:10


00:09 12:06 13:14


06 Su 02:04 14:16 07 Mo 02:52 15:09 08 Tu 03:34 15:52 09 We 04:11 10 Th 11 Fr


16:31


04:42 17:06 05:08 17:37


12 Sa 05:34 18:10 13 Su 06:06 18:47 14 Mo 06:42 19:29 15 Tu


16 We 08:11 17 Th 18 Fr


07:24 20:18 21:12


09:07 22:11 10:11


23:15


19 Sa 11:19 20 Su 00:21 12:30 21 Mo 01:22 13:35 22 Tu 02:18 14:33 23 We 03:12 15:30 24 Th 04:03 16:30 25 Fr


04:54 17:29


26 Sa 05:45 18:23 27 Su 06:32 19:13 28 Mo 07:17 20:02 29 Tu 08:00 20:50 30 We 08:42 21:38


01 Th 02 Fr


July


am pm hr:min hr:min


09:24 22:28 10:12 23:22


03 Sa 11:07 04 Su 00:19 12:15 05 Mo 01:16


13:27


06 Tu 02:07 14:33 07 We 02:52 15:26 08 Th 03:31 16:10 09 Fr


04:05 16:49


10 Sa 04:37 17:27 11 Su


05:12 18:05


12 Mo 05:51 18:46 13 Tu


06:33 19:28


14 We 07:15 20:12 15 Th 16 Fr


07:59 20:59 08:46 21:49


17 Sa 09:38 22:45 18 Su 10:39 23:48 19 Mo 11:53 20 Tu 00:53 13:08 21 We 01:54 14:16 22 Th 02:50 15:23 23 Fr


03:45 16:30


24 Sa 04:42 17:25 25 Su 05:32 18:14 26 Mo 06:16 19:00 27 Tu 06:57 19:42 28 We 07:35 20:24 29 Th 08:10 21:06 30 Fr


08:45 21:47 31 Sa 09:23 22:32 August


am pm hr:min hr:min


01 Su 10:11 23:22


02 Mo 11:15 03 Tu 00:22 12:45 04 We 01:22 14:05 05 Th 02:14 15:04 06 Fr


02:58 15:51


07 Sa 03:39 16:32 08 Su 04:18 17:12 09 Mo 05:00 17:53 10 Tu


05:42 18:33


11 We 06:24 19:14 12 Th 13 Fr


07:03 19:55 07:42 20:36


14 Sa 08:21 21:21 15 Su 09:03 22:12 16 Mo 10:00 23:13 17 Tu


11:23


18 We 00:24 12:52 19 Th 20 Fr


01:33 14:12 02:39 15:28


21 Sa 03:44 16:26 22 Su 04:36 17:14 23 Mo 05:18 17:57 24 Tu 05:57 18:37 25 We 06:33 19:16 26 Th 07:07 19:53 27 Fr


28 Sa 08:06 21:03 29 Su 08:38 21:37 30 Mo 09:20 22:15 31 Tu


September


am pm hr:min hr:min


01 We 11:49 02 Th 00:23 13:35 03 Fr


01:36 14:34


04 Sa 02:30 15:21 05 Su 03:17 16:04 06 Mo 04:02 16:47 07 Tu 04:45 17:29 08 We 05:27 18:10 09 Th 06:07 18:51 10 Fr 11 Sa


12 Su 07:56 20:51 13 Mo 08:38 21:39 14 Tu


15 We 11:12 16 Th 17 Fr


01:20 14:13


18 Sa 02:44 15:20 19 Su 03:41 16:10 20 Mo 04:22 16:52 21 Tu


04:58 17:32


22 We 05:33 18:09 23 Th 06:06 18:45 24 Fr


06:39 19:18 07:38 20:29


25 Sa 07:06 19:48 26 Su 07:30 20:10 27 Mo 07:57 20:28 28 Tu 08:36 21:00 29 We 09:30 21:52 30 Th 10:48 23:08


10:18 23:06


While every care has been taken in the compilation of these tables, no liability will be accepted for the consequences of any inaccuracy, howsoever caused. Predictions for Gorleston (Yarmouth Bar) computed by software developed at the National Oceanography Centre, UK: Copyright Reserved.


Info file


More details on all these points from our information centres and yacht stations


Moorings • For Broads Authority 24-hour free moorings see map on centre pages


• Broads Hire Boat Federation (BHBF) operators allow other member companies’ boats to moor in their boatyards free of charge, subject to availability; look out for the BHBF logo at boatyards or check your skipper’s manual


Tides • All Broads rivers are close to the sea so are all affected by tides (or are tidal)


• Consideration of tidal flow may be important as journeys by boat are harder and slower when the flow is against you


01 Fr October


am pm hr:min hr:min


12:44


02 Sa 00:47 13:51 03 Su 01:57 14:42 04 Mo 02:48 15:28 05 Tu 03:36 16:14 06 We 04:21 16:59 07 Th 05:03 17:42 08 Fr


05:44 18:23


06:45 19:30 07:20 20:09


09:42 22:40 23:57 12:47


09 Sa 06:23 19:02 10 Su 07:00 19:41 11 Mo 07:41 20:21 12 Tu


08:33 21:11


13 We 09:47 22:15 14 Th 15 Fr


16 Sa 01:01


17 Su 02:27 14:56 18 Mo 03:18 15:43 19 Tu


03:57 16:24


20 We 04:31 17:02 21 Th 22 Fr


05:06 17:38 05:39 18:11


23 Sa 06:10 18:39 24 Su 06:34 18:55 25 Mo 06:57 19:09 26 Tu 07:27 19:37 27 We 08:07 20:17 28 Th 08:59 21:11 29 Fr


12:05


11:09 23:33 12:38 13:55


10:14 22:26


30 Sa 11:47 23:57 31 Su


• Rise and fall of the tide is on average about 2.2m/7’ at Great Yarmouth and Reedham, while at Norwich it’s about 60-90cm/2’-3’ and at Wroxham it’s about 15cm/6’’


• There are usually two high tides and two low tides each day but times vary daily


• Knowing when high and low tide times occur can be important for getting under bridges, and tides can create strong currents in certain areas


• If you are staying on a holiday boat, your skipper’s manual may include tide tables


Broadcaster tide tables • These show times for low tide at Great Yarmouth Yacht Station, close to Breydon Water


• We include these times because at Breydon Water it is essential to pay careful attention to the tide in your planning


• Read the instructions for crossing Breydon Water on page 26


Posts • Where there are red and green posts keep in the main channel between them


• Red and green posts and buoys don’t mean red for danger and green for go – they mark the edges of channels


• Yellow posts usually mark a hazard – keep well clear and keep to channel


Water


• For water points at Broads Authority moorings see map on centre pages (some are seasonal, such as Gaye’s Staithe and West Somerton)


• Water points are available at many other moorings and boatyards (small charge)


• Boil water from all water points before drinking


• Waste water from boats, except sewage, empties into the waterways, so use biodegradable washing-up liquid and other cleaning products, and use only small amounts


• Absorb oil on to kitchen paper and put paper in bin


Paddlesports • See page 16.


Sailing events If you find yourself on the water during a regatta:


• Keep close to the right-hand bank and slow down as you pass through


• Sailing boats have right of way


• If they are zigzagging across the river to catch the wind, slow down and try to pass behind them


• Make your course clear – do not weave about


• Watch for indications on when to pass, but do not put yourself or others in danger, or just moor up to watch


• Where channels are provided for safe passage, stay in channel


• Listen to and follow advice from rangers or safety patrol boats


Oulton Broad racing


• Races held Thursday evenings, bank holidays and some Sundays


During powerboat racing:


• Do not enter or leave via main body of broad where event is taking place


• Keep speed down and follow instructions from patrol boats, rescue boats and yacht station staff for safe passage and mooring


North Walsham and


Dilham Canal • For small craft only, charge or donation to North Walsham and Dilham Canal Trust payable for use nwdct.org


Peace and quiet • Be sensitive to your neighbours – don’t leave your engine idling late at night or early in the morning


• Be aware of radio and TV volume too, especially when the roof of your boat is open


continued on page 28


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