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Australian National Tide Tables 2018 by Australian Hydrographic Service (2017)

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The Australian National Tide Tables 2017 (ANTT, otherwise known as AHP11) contains information for over 80 Primary (Standard) ports and over 680 Secondary ports in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Antarctica and Timor-Leste. This information includes but is not limited to:

  • Predictions for high and low water for each day of the year for over 80 Standard Ports.
  • Predictions of maximum rates of tidal streams for Torres Strait and Port Phillip Heads.
  • Tidal Stream diagrams for Sydney, Broome and Darwin.
  • List of the main 22 harmonic constituents for all Standard and Secondary Ports.
  • Tidal levels and time difference for all Secondary ports in relation to the relevant Standard Port.

The Australian National Tide Tables satisfies Chapter V of the SOLAS Convention as amended in 2002 and promulgated for Australia under AMSA Marine Orders Part 21, Order 6 of 2003, which details carriage requirements for nautical charts and publications necessary for the intended voyage.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS2816942
Weight (g)1326 g
AuthorN/A
PublisherAustralian Hydrographic Service
EditionN/A
Edition DateN/A
Pages388
Size210 x 297 x 31mm
FormatPaperback
ISBNn/a
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Australian National Tide Tables 2017 (ANTT, otherwise known as AHP11) contains information for over 80 Primary (Standard) ports and over 680 Secondary ports in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Antarctica and Timor-Leste. This information includes but is not limited to:

  • Predictions for high and low water for each day of the year for over 80 Standard Ports.
  • Predictions of maximum rates of tidal streams for Torres Strait and Port Phillip Heads.
  • Tidal Stream diagrams for Sydney, Broome and Darwin.
  • List of the main 22 harmonic constituents for all Standard and Secondary Ports.
  • Tidal levels and time difference for all Secondary ports in relation to the relevant Standard Port.

The Australian National Tide Tables satisfies Chapter V of the SOLAS Convention as amended in 2002 and promulgated for Australia under AMSA Marine Orders Part 21, Order 6 of 2003, which details carriage requirements for nautical charts and publications necessary for the intended voyage.

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