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  1. Bryan Scutt
    Bryan Scutt at · · Reply

    Thank you very much for this Angus .

  2. Simon Judge
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    Thank you, very interesting, I will be boating along here this year!

    Is there an obvious reason why there are none predicted in June, July or September ??

  3. Simon Judge
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    Thanks – very helpful. I have seen a video of a narrowboat like mine moored on Gainsborough pontoon. I don’t want to try that myself …

  4. Sarah
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    Thanks so much for working this out. We have really missed the Environment Agency packing it in! Well done.

  5. SHAUN PYCROFT
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    It was around 6.45 am this morning, tuesday 22nd at the large bend at morton if that helps? was big

  6. SHAUN PYCROFT
    SHAUN PYCROFT at · · Reply

    Hi Angus, today at morton it came through at 7.30 am not 6.29am. Wednesday 23rd 2019 if that helps you re-asses timings?

  7. SHAUN PYCROFT
    SHAUN PYCROFT at · · Reply

    Great stuff, ill keep an eye on the evening times again at morton, they were a little closer to your original predictions. Thanks for putting this on here
    Shaun

  8. Amanda Holding
    Amanda Holding at · · Reply

    Thanks for doing this. When the Environment Agency stopped doing it they sent me a link to the Admiralty EasyTide website which was gobbledegook to me.

    Cheers
    Mandy

  9. David Gray
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    A really interesting project, I think you have got a job for life!

    Thanks

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