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Tidal tables

2016 and 2017 (pdf and txt-format)

Danish harbours 2016 2017
Samlet Samlet
Esbjerg PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Fredericia PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Frederikshavn PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Gedser PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Hanstholm PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Havneby PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Hirtshals PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Hornbæk PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Horsens PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Hvide Sande PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Korsør PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
København PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Skagen PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Slipshavn PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Thyborøn PDF / TXT PDF / TXT
Thorsminde PDF / TXT PDF / TXT

Tidal times and heights in tables

Tidal times are stated in standard local Danish time, i.e. Universal Time + 1 hour. When summer time applies, times are increased by 1 hour.

Tidal tables indicate tidal heights at high and low tide. This height must be added to the depth specified in the chart in order to get water depth at either high or low tide.

Starting with the tidal tables for 2011, tidal heights refer to west coast ports at the lowest astronomical tide. (Before 2011, tidal heights referred to west coast ports at mean low water spring).

For ports in Skagen, tidal heights refer to mean sea level.

Sea level: measurements and forecasts

Tidal tables are only indicators of variations in sea level caused by lunar and solar attraction (astronomical tide). The actual sea level variations are sums of the astronomical tide and variations caused by other factors, such as wind and air pressure.

The actual sea level variations (measured sea level) for a number of ports are available in the table and graph on the sea level page.

Data cover the past six days. Forecasts for the next two days are also included.

By Palle Bo Nielsen
© DMI, September 7th 2015
Translatation by Marianne Brandt