Dorset tide times

The table below gives tidal predictions for the next 7 for Weymouth.

Dorset tide times
Date Time (BST) State Height
Wed 24th Apr 00:39AM Low 0.4m
  02:14AM High 0.5m
  03:39AM Low 0.4m
  07:58AM High 2.1m
  12:55PM Low 0.3m
  14:35PM High 0.5m
  15:53PM Low 0.4m
  20:15PM High 2.1m
Thu 25th Apr 01:11AM Low 0.4m
  02:50AM High 0.5m
  04:12AM Low 0.4m
  08:24AM High 2.1m
  13:24PM Low 0.3m
  15:13PM High 0.5m
  16:25PM Low 0.4m
  20:37PM High 2.1m
Fri 26th Apr 01:41AM Low 0.3m
  03:27AM High 0.5m
  04:47AM Low 0.4m
  08:50AM High 2.1m
  13:52PM Low 0.3m
  15:52PM High 0.6m
  17:01PM Low 0.5m
  21:02PM High 2.1m
Sat 27th Apr 02:10AM Low 0.4m
  04:04AM High 0.6m
  05:25AM Low 0.5m
  09:18AM High 2m
  14:19PM Low 0.4m
  16:32PM High 0.7m
  17:40PM Low 0.7m
  21:31PM High 2.1m
Sun 28th Apr 02:40AM Low 0.4m
  04:43AM High 0.7m
  06:07AM Low 0.6m
  09:50AM High 1.8m
  14:49PM Low 0.5m
  17:14PM High 0.9m
  18:22PM Low 0.8m
  22:04PM High 2m
Mon 29th Apr 03:13AM Low 0.5m
  05:24AM High 0.8m
  06:52AM Low 0.7m
  10:28AM High 1.7m
  15:21PM Low 0.6m
  18:01PM High 1m
  19:06PM Low 1m
  22:45PM High 1.8m
Tue 30th Apr 03:52AM Low 0.6m
  06:09AM High 0.9m
  07:40AM Low 0.8m
  11:18AM High 1.5m
  15:59PM Low 0.7m
  18:58PM High 1.1m
  19:49PM Low 1.1m
  23:38PM High 1.7m
Wed 1st May 04:43AM Low 0.7m
  07:02AM High 0.9m
  08:30AM Low 0.9m
  12:33PM High 1.4m
  16:52PM Low 0.8m
Thu 2nd May 00:57AM High 1.6m
  06:25AM Low 0.8m
  08:29AM High 0.9m
  09:35AM Low 0.8m
  14:04PM High 1.4m
  18:47PM Low 0.9m
Fri 3rd May 02:25AM High 1.6m
  08:12AM Low 0.7m
  09:56AM High 0.8m
  11:18AM Low 0.7m
  15:30PM High 1.5m
  20:27PM Low 0.9m
  22:34PM High 1m
  23:57PM Low 0.9m
Sat 4th May 03:46AM High 1.7m

Note: This information is only a prediction and therefore not suitable for navigational purposes. The tidal data provided by the Dorset Guide is not designed to meet the particular requirements of any specific type of user. As such it is the user's sole responsibility to ensure that the data provided is appropriate for the intended purpose.