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Ports and Passes is the most complete reference guide for tide and current information along our beautiful coastline. The book is easy to use and includes the majority of the primary and secondary tide and current data stations. The guide is adjusted for daylight savings time, a convenience over the Canadian Government publications. It includes tide and current prediction table coverage for the coastal area from Olympia, WA to Prince Rupert BC. Ports and Passes also includes information on local knowledge and other information useful to the cruising mariner.
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The most comprehensive tide and current resource for Puget Sound, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Hood Canal, and the San Juan Islands. Exclusive page-a-day format provides all tide and current predictions needed each day on a single page. Official NOAA tidal data is pre-corrected for Daylight Saving Time. Easy-to-read graphs provide continuous tide readouts not just the highs and lows. 24 locations virtually eliminate correction tables. Sunrise and set times, moon phases, plus more. Published annually since 1992, this trusted pocket-size Almanac is spiral bound to lay flat when open.
In Stock December 17
For Use with Canadian Current Atlas
This is the companion book to the Canadian Current Atlas in convenient smaller 5.5 x 8.5 inch format. Look up the Month, Day and Time and it will reference the page in the Canadian Current Atlas. It is simple and straightforward. Purchase this book every year and you can use the Canadian Current Atlas to determine local currents.
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The annual companion book for the Canadian Hydrographic's Current Atlas makes it easy to use - just look up the month, day and the hour, and you will be given the appropriate page in the Atlas. The Tables list every hour of every day and are corrected for Daylight Savings Time. Waggoner Tables and Canadian Hydrographic's Current Atlas (can be purchased here) help you to understand the details of the currents around the San Juan and Gulf Islands and up the Strait of Georgia as far as Campbell River. With these two books you can judge what the currents will be for your cruise and adjust accordingly.