Sussex High Tides, Eastbourne, Newhaven, Brighton, Littlehampton, Shoreham

East and West Sussex have one of the best known and best loved coastlines in the UK. We link to Sussex high tide information and useful resource further down this page.

Tides are important for everyone living close to or having a regular contact with the sea; tourism, sailing and much more. Extreme high tides can present significant dangers and understanding and predicting the tides is very important. If you have siome suggestions for high tide information we can link to we'd like to hear from you follow this link if you want the latest Sussex weather news.

Our links to local tidal sources are below, this is not an exhaustive collection and we welcome submission of more information for inclusion. We're also happy to publish feedback and comments connected to the subject.

For the Newhaven high and low tide predictions together with predicted heights from the most important free (at the time of writing) The National Tidal and Sea Level Facility. You might find some useful information at Eastbourne Tide information from the Borough Council website.

High Tides in Brighton is a brilliant local resource which includes information about tides in general as as high tide data. High Tides Shoreham is provided by the port authority and last but not least we link to the BBC's own tide resource at BBC Tides Tables

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