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Can you translate that for a layman? I was concerned with the waves and wind speed but what can I expect with a higher than average high tide?Tides for Egmont Key, Egmont Channel starting with April 20, 2019. Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
/Low Time Feet Sunset Visible
Sa 20 High 1:38 AM 1.6 7:02 AM Set 8:04 AM 99
20 Low 5:37 AM 0.8 7:58 PM Rise 9:28 PM
20 High 12:39 PM 2.3
20 Low 6:49 PM -0.3
A 2.3 high tide just after noon will be pretty high
LOL, Reminds me when the boys were little we had a 25' SeaRay cabin cruiser. We spent the night at one of the spoil islands off the ICW north of Dunedin Causeway. We anchored up for the night. Waking up the next morning, with the boat leaned over, water way at least 30 feet away. Good old days...Tides are important to monitor, because where your boat is anchored now may become a parking lot in a few hours.