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Subject: Re: Drying out


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Brad Croshaw
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Date Posted: 8/02/06 13:50:48
In reply to: Neil 's message, "Re: Drying out" on 8/02/06 12:52:39

Yes that's it, Hw to HW. I've asked the lady in the office where the piles are ref. chart datum but she doesn't know and it isn't marked on the chart but what she does have is a table that has been drawn up which refers to your draught and then she tells you what height of tide is needed. Mine is 1.4m so she calculated i needed a 3.5M tide, not sure how much clearance that leaves but they do refer which side of the piles are available so i presume not a lot. The tides go above 5m at springs so you would have plenty.

At this time of year the trick is to make sure you pick a tide with a midday-ish low to give maximun light time for working and for arrival with twilight or moon as there are no lights on the piles.

Brad

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