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Thanks for the kind words! ★★★★★ “My Tidal Clock depicting Kiawah and Seabrook Islands is GORGEOUS! Beautiful design, outstanding execution, and wonderful customer service from Anna at Sea & Soul Charts. I could not be happier. The workmanship is exquisite. I highly recommend this company. Would give them 10 ⭐️ if I could! Bravo!” Paula A. #entryway #coastaltropical #tabletop #engagement #mothersday #tideclock #nauticalgift #housewarminggift #coastaldecor East Coast Tide Clock
Beautiful 16″ Nautical Wood Map Tide Clock for all your favorite East Coast Locations!
Designed by a fisherman nearly 40 years ago, Tide Clocks do not show the time but the tide, and more precisely the time remaining before low tide and high tide. Our wood map Tide Clocks make a great gift for the person who has everything! Your favorite fisherman, your favorite sailor and above all, anyone who has spent a lifetime by the water. Offered in 5 different accent ring options as well as two water colors to fit every coastal style.
The moon is the major cause of the tides. The lunar day, in other words, the time it takes for the moon to reappear at the same place in the sky, is 24 hours and 50 minutes. Most East Coast locations have a semidiurnal tide, that is to say, two distinct high tides and two low tides each day. Therefore, the hand on our tide clocks rotates once every 12 hours and 25 minute, twice each lunar day. Consequently, it is best to set the tide hand at high tide during a full or new moon. If this is not possible, we suggest you check the reading of the tide hand at the next full or new moon. If, at that time, the tide hand is not indicating to high tide, adjust it with the wheel on the back of the mechanism.
The West Coast and Gulf of Mexico tides are too irregular for a quartz tide clock to work properly. As a result, we are unable to offer tide clocks in those locations.