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    I believe that a UK Photographic company with a very backward sounding name sells them The only problem is that by the time the owner and sole employee would get around to finally delivering them they'd be well out of date.

    On a lighter note when in Cornwall (UK) last year my wife suddenly noticed there was no water in Mousehole harbour and said "who's stolen the sea". Comimg from by the Aegean (almost no tide) she'd never seen tides like that before

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    tides.info works fine. When I visit Florida, I just type "tide destin florida" into google and get a number of places with the tides listed. Weather.com also covers tides. Most sites give you sunrise, sunset, moon rise and set, as well as low and high tides.

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    Wow...bmac originally posted his question SIX years ago...he has long since left the community (and gone digital, I believe?)

    What's with the recent flood of ancient posts getting dredged up?

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    APUG is amazing. By the way, we should welcome a new member...

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    Try this link to the University of South Carolina. http://tbone.biol.sc.edu/tide/index.html It appears to cover all the U.S. coastline.

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