Your guide to understanding, using and loving the sea. The beautiful Brighton and Hove, Shoreham to Newhaven 2020 Tide wall chart.
Perfect gift for beach-dwellers. An intertidal zone resource for sea swimmers, sailors, surfers, paddlers, dog walkers, anglers and those who love the sea. Never miss another sandy Brighton beach.
Limited Edition Wall Chart. Size B2, standard framable size, 50cm wide x 70cm high. High quality print on 140gsm sustainably sourced paper.
A full year of high and low tide times and levels plus loads of new information on the new 2020 chart including guidance on Sussex Bay tidal streams and currents, slack water times, moon rise and set times, moon phases, sea temperatures and guidance on safely using the sea.
Sustainable paper based indoor chart, perfect for placing next to your kitchen table, on the fridge, a cupboard door, in the hallway, so you can familiarise yourself with rhythms of the sea and it’s love of the moon, every day. I am a user-centred graphic designer, which means I only make things that strive to be both beautiful and useful, easily incorporated into our daily habits. This hand-designed chart is created to be placed in a spot you will see it every day, it is a daily prompt to learn and love the rhythms of the sea.
This chart can be used for many other locations along the South Coast in Sussex Bay. Times vary as below, heights vary a little by location depending on coastline bathymetry but follow the exact same Spring and Neap patterns:
- Shoreham tide times are on average about 2-5 minutes after Brighton and Hove (although Shoreham is more Westerly than Brighton, the peak high and low tide times are just after Brighton times due to local bathymetry and topography)
- Newhaven & Seaford tide times are about 2-8 minutes after Brighton and Hove
- Worthing tide times are about 7-10 minutes ahead of Brighton and Hove
- Eastbourne tide times are about 2-20 minutes after Brighton and Hove
Heights are above Chart Datum*. Times and Heights are based on Brighton Marina.
*Chart Datum is the lowest local tide level due to astronomical effects, and excluding meteorological effects.