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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Tide Dates & Times for North Carolina

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Grouped Locations

Oregon Inlet Marina
Rodanthe

All Other Locations

Atlantic Beach
Atlantic Beach Bridge
Beaufort Inlet Channel Range
Beaufort, Taylor Creek
Bogue Inlet
Cape Lookout (ocean)
Cape Lookout Bight
Channel Marker Lt. 59
Coral Bay, Atlantic Beach
Core Creek Bridge
Davis Slough
Duke Marine Lab, Beaufort
Fort Macon, USCG Station
FRF Pier, Duck
Gallant Channel
Hatteras (ocean)
Hatteras Inlet
Jennettes Pier, Nags Head (ocean)
Kitty Hawk (ocean)
Lenoxville Point
Lockwoods Folly Inlet
Masonboro Inlet
Morehead City
Morehead City Harbor
N.C. State Fisheries
New River Inlet
New Topsail Inlet
Newport River (Yacht Club)
North River Bridge
Ocean City Beach (fishing pier)
Ocracoke Inlet
Old House Channel
Roanoke Sound Channel
Sea Level, Core Sound
Shallotte Inlet (Bowen Point)
Spooner Creek
Sunset Beach Bridge
Sunset Beach Pier
Triple ESS Marina, Bogue Sd.
Tubbs Inlet
Wilmington
Wilmington Beach
Wrightsville Beach
Yaupon Beach

The tide charts, dates and times found in this section of the site are intended solely for general use and are by no means intended for navigation. Tide listings are powered by ProTides.com.

These listings do not include tide charts for the Great Lakes. While virtually every body of water does experience some tidal shift, in smaller bodies of water, these fluctuations are considered very small and in some cases may not even be visible. For more on this subject, please visit this link.

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