Tue 24 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
High 3:16AM 5.8ft
Low 10:32AM 2ft
High 4:01PM 5.4ft
Low 10:50PM 2.4ft
First Light 6:48AM
Sunrise 7:20AM
Sunset 4:37PM
Last Light 5:10PM
Wed 25 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
High 4:13AM 5.7ft
Low 11:20AM 1.8ft
High 5:02PM 5.6ft
Low 11:41PM 2.4ft
First Light 6:49AM
Sunrise 7:21AM
Sunset 4:37PM
Last Light 5:09PM
Thu 26 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
High 5:04AM 5.8ft
Low 12:04PM 1.7ft
High 5:50PM 5.8ft
First Light 6:50AM
Sunrise 7:23AM
Sunset 4:36PM
Last Light 5:09PM
Fri 27 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
Low 12:27AM 2.3ft
High 5:49AM 5.9ft
Low 12:45PM 1.6ft
High 6:32PM 6.1ft
First Light 6:51AM
Sunrise 7:24AM
Sunset 4:36PM
Last Light 5:08PM
Sat 28 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
Low 1:11AM 2.3ft
High 6:30AM 6ft
Low 1:24PM 1.5ft
High 7:10PM 6.3ft
First Light 6:52AM
Sunrise 7:25AM
Sunset 4:35PM
Last Light 5:08PM
Sun 29 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
Low 1:52AM 2.3ft
High 7:10AM 6.1ft
Low 2:01PM 1.5ft
High 7:48PM 6.5ft
First Light 6:53AM
Sunrise 7:26AM
Sunset 4:35PM
Last Light 5:07PM
Mon 30 Nov 2020
Tide and daylight times for Tide Scale
Low 2:33AM 2.3ft
High 7:49AM 6.2ft
Low 2:37PM 1.5ft
High 8:26PM 6.6ft
First Light 6:54AM
Sunrise 7:27AM
Sunset 4:34PM
Last Light 5:07PM

About the Tides for Martinique Beach

Tidal port for Martinique Beach is Salmon River Bridge, Nova Scotia - 6.63km away.

The tidal prediction for Martinique Beach is just that, a well educated guess based on years of observed data. Many factors will affect the tide tables at Martinique Beach including local winds and pressure systems. A margin of error of at least 10 minutes is to be expected with any forecast and its this level of accuracy we aim to achieve. Data quality varies by port and country: large western commercial ports will be very accurate, small Asian fishing villages are probably going to be somewhat less accurate. If you think the tide tables at Martinique Beach are wildly innacurate please let us know (please tell us what source you are comparing us with).