Bountiful Island Tide Times

Previous Tide: Low

November 29, 2023, 9:41am


Current Tide: Rising

November 29, 2023, 11:28am


Next Tide: High

November 29, 2023, 9:42pm


* Estimate based on the rule of twelfths.

Tide Chart and Curves for Bountiful Island

This tide graph shows the tidal curves and height above chart datum for the next 7 days.

Bountiful Island Tide Times for Wednesday November 29, 2023

Type Time Height
Low 09:41 -0.1m
High 21:42 2.3m

Upcoming High/Low Tides for Bountiful Island

10h 13m until the next high tide

22h 53m until the next low tide

Location Map for Bountiful Island

November 2023 Tide Table for Bountiful Island

Low Tide High Tide
Day Time Height Time Height Time Height Time Height
Nov 1 10:50am 0.1m - - - - 10:46pm 2.2m
Nov 2 11:29am -0.1m - - - - 11:31pm 2.3m
Nov 3 - - 12:20pm -0.1m - - - -
Nov 4 - - 1:09pm -0.1m 12:19am 2.3m - -
Nov 5 - - 2:03pm -0.0m 1:08am 2.3m - -
Nov 6 - - 2:50pm 0.1m 1:57am 2.2m - -
Nov 7 - - 3:29pm 0.2m 2:39am 2.1m - -
Nov 8 - - 3:58pm 0.3m 3:13am 2.0m - -
Nov 9 - - 4:11pm 0.5m 3:37am 1.8m - -
Nov 10 - - 3:51pm 0.7m 3:46am 1.6m - -
Nov 11 - - 1:50pm 0.9m 3:19am 1.4m - -
Nov 12 10:57am 0.9m - - 1:03am 1.3m 9:51pm 1.4m
Nov 13 9:39am 0.7m - - - - 9:02pm 1.6m
Nov 14 9:33am 0.4m - - - - 9:17pm 1.9m
Nov 15 9:52am 0.2m - - - - 9:52pm 2.1m
Nov 16 10:29am 0.0m - - - - 10:34pm 2.2m
Nov 17 11:17am -0.1m - - - - 11:22pm 2.4m
Nov 18 - - 12:07pm -0.2m - - - -
Nov 19 - - 12:58pm -0.3m 12:14am 2.4m - -
Nov 20 - - 1:45pm -0.2m 1:03am 2.5m - -
Nov 21 - - 2:26pm -0.1m 1:46am 2.4m - -
Nov 22 - - 2:57pm 0.1m 2:21am 2.3m - -
Nov 23 - - 3:08pm 0.3m 2:43am 2.0m - -
Nov 24 - - 2:25pm 0.7m 2:40am 1.7m - -
Nov 25 11:22am 0.8m - - 1:29am 1.4m 10:41pm 1.4m
Nov 26 9:21am 0.6m - - - - 8:46pm 1.7m
Nov 27 8:58am 0.3m - - - - 8:41pm 2.0m
Nov 28 9:10am 0.1m - - - - 9:04pm 2.2m
Nov 29 9:41am -0.1m - - - - 9:42pm 2.3m
Nov 30 10:21am -0.2m - - - - 10:25pm 2.4m

The data and charts above provide the tide time predictions for Bountiful Island for November 2023, with extra details provided for today, Wednesday November 29, 2023.

What are Tides?

The tides are very long waves that move across our oceans, and they are caused by the gravitational pull from the moon and, to a lesser extent, the sun.

When the highest point of the wave (also known as a crest) reaches a coastline, the coast experiences what we call a high tide. At the lowest point (also known as a trough) reaches the coast, we experience a low tide.

Tidal forces of the moon in the open ocean will form as bulges of water that face the moon, but around land mass and coast lines, the water is able to spread out onto land, which creates the tides.

Earth's tides change based on the gravitational pull of the moon as it orbits us. The gravitational pull of the moon is strongest on whichever side of the Earth is facing it, annd gravity pulls the oceans towards the moon, resulting in a high tide.

On the opposite side of Earth, the bulge is caused by inertia. The water moving away from the moon is able to result the gravitational forces trying to pull it in the opposition direction because the gravitational pull is weaker on the far side of Earth. Inertia wins, and this caused the ocean to bulge out and create a high tide.

As the Earth spins, different locations on the planet will face the moon, and this rotation is what allows the tides to cycle around the planet.

Types of Tides

There are two types, or extremes, of the tide. These are called the spring tide (also known as the King tide) and the neap tide. These tide types occur twice every month.

Neap Tides

When we experience a low tide, the Moon is facing the Earth at a right angle to the Sun. This means that the gravitational pull of the Moon and Sun actually work against each other. We call these tides neap tides, and it's when the difference between high and low tide is at its lowest.

A neap tide happens between two spring tides, twice a month when the first and last quarter Moon appears.

Spring Tides

When we experience a high tide, the Earth, Moon, and Sun are in alignment, and this creats a strong gravitational pull. A spring tide is when the high and low tide difference is at it's most extreme, the highest and the lowest tides of the month.

Tide Predictions for Bountiful Island

Our tide prediction model for Bountiful Island uses harmonic constants and the nearest available coordinates along with the Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT) to define the chart datum.

Tide times and heights may not be 100% accurate and they also do not account for local weather conditions. We built this tool out of a love for tides and astronomical calculations but it is not intended to be used for navigation or any purpose where you would need to rely on the data being accurate.

If there are any errors or problems you find with the tide data for Bountiful Island (or any other tidal station) please let us know.