From : Melissa Nakamura
Date : 2016-01-29 11:02:17 NZSTAloha,
I was wondering how to go about submitting some captures for future calendars with scenic views in Hawaii.
Hi Melissa, We'll get back to you by email.
From : Ruth
Date : 2016-01-14 14:48:12 NZSTMany Thanks for this Great site. We use it for swimming on the west coast. We only swim on the incoming tide. Also use it for fishing at Kellys Bay.
From : Malcolm Thow
Date : 2014-12-14 10:36:47 NZSTGreat Site. I have 32 sites in favourites,OFP is used the most...
From : John Sharp
Date : 2014-05-16 07:17:15 NZSTMost awesome tide website ever.Has helped me slay many Paua. My tummy thanks you forever. Cheers.
From : Tony
Date : 2014-04-20 10:43:16 NZSTGreat site. I check out the tides to plan my fishing trips
Only suggestion is can you add sunrise/set times?
Our other tide site, tidespy.com, has a full complement of data, including sunrise & set times
From : Jock McSporran
Date : 2013-11-01 09:05:10 NZSTbrilliant site, especially for our kayaking trips, i`ve nailed this buggar on my favourites.....10/10 team.
From : Simon
Date : 2013-10-28 09:34:55 NZSTBrilliant site - easy to read, all the info required. great service, keep up the good work.
From : stu wright
Date : 2013-08-10 20:45:15 NZSTwhat a fantastic service thank you very much
From : Mario
Date : 2013-07-20 16:16:10 NZSTThanks for the tide graphs. I use them all the time.
From : Wickliffe
Date : 2013-07-08 18:50:35 NZSTFirst time user, will let you no what the outcome is for Sunday 14th, wish me luck people..........
From : Will Stock
Date : 2013-04-22 15:04:33 NZSTI like it
From : Crus-Nz
Date : 2013-04-05 17:23:45 NZSTawesome site, first time I have visited, but will become one of my regular spots to visit from now on
From : stuart adams
Date : 2012-08-30 22:30:33 NZSTAwesome tide times graphs I use this all the time and recommend to others, keep up the good work:)
From : Phil and Rach Patterson
Date : 2012-05-04 17:43:53 NZSTAwesome job people, always look at your graph before heading out, keep up the good work!
From : Greg
Date : 2012-04-18 10:25:37 NZSTThanks again for a great web tool - I use this whenever I go fishing and it's never put me wrong
Cheers guys !
From : Murry Cave
Date : 2012-03-26 16:56:06 NZSTGreat site, great service, looking forward to the iPhone app
From : Keith Johnston
Date : 2012-03-05 12:03:27 NZSTGreat site for checking out the tide times and the graph also always a way to look in to the future and work out which days are best for fishing and the biggest and lowest tides, great to because you can see the difference in tides for most locations, nothing worse than going to a place to collect sea food and you have missed the tide by an hour. I use the site all the time well done!
From : zoomlenz
Date : 2012-01-26 16:18:33 NZSTI've been using this site for about 5 yrs now - even have it on my mobile's WAP! Great job!
BTW, is there any way you could put in sunrise/sunset times in the graph?
From : Tony
Date : 2012-01-19 00:42:25 NZSTI wish I had found this site a long time ago, great range of info available .......awesome.
From : Danny Harbin
Date : 2011-09-18 06:22:02 NZSTBeutifull view. I looking at this from Georgia(USA) THANKS.
From : Dallas
Date : 2011-08-29 15:10:16 NZSTHave used this site for last 5 years for H/Ts for my Surf Casting. Living beside the Tasman sea its 100% accurate for my area.
From : LJ
Date : 2011-03-29 23:25:50 NZSTcrap site couldn't change the month to display May tides for Auckland
colours were really gay couldn't read pink against green
Hey hey, our first complaint. No you can't go beyond May, we want you to buy our products. And Pink on green?? Ain't no pink on green here, check your monitor.
From : Skybiker
Date : 2011-03-14 23:05:50 NZSTThanks for the first class info. Also useful to Sky-Pilots of light aircraft and microlights, who like to use beaches for landing strips.
A cert for the Favorites list this one, cheers
From : Simon
Date : 2011-02-28 17:24:00 NZSTFantastic site - have been using for a couple of years. Accurate and relevant to
my little corner of the world. Now, can you please instruct the fish to conform -
the people that are concerned about over-fishing have no worries with me, the fish see me coming and it is mince for dinner everytime!!
From : dave
Date : 2011-02-19 13:16:18 NZSTjust found this site,,,,,wow, on my favourites now
From : Rob Hollands
Date : 2011-02-12 15:05:43 NZSTAwesome been using this site for a few years now.
From : james lobb
Date : 2011-02-10 23:36:09 NZSTwhat is a good tide height to leave motunau to get over the sand bar an return also thanks
Sorry, we have no idea. We can only provide the height of the tide. Try asking the locals.
From : Jim Donald
Date : 2011-01-03 14:18:26 NZSTHi people, good book use it often. I wonder if I can ask a question? I live in the Queen Charlotte Sound and I have noticed many times that every now and again the Picton/ Tory Channel tide drops back a much bigger time difference than the usual amount? Take for instance this month 16th Jan, the tide is in at 6-53pm and the next tide at 8-36am in the morning a drop of 1hr 43mins? Then again on sunday 30th a drop of 1hr 12mins. I have lived and boated in Auckland and in Brisbane Australia, but have never run into this strange tide change before? Do you know why this happens?
From : Manu Te Rarawa
Date : 2010-11-23 07:01:47 NZSTJust received your NZ Herald TIDE CHART and there are errors in the April and August Years. Quite glaring and questions the Proof Reading.??
Our apologies for this; some of the year headings done by NZ Herald say 2010 rather than 2011. All tide charts we supplied to NZ Herald are for 2011.
From : Kilarney
Date : 2010-10-22 18:33:41 NZSTBloody good site. I use it all of the time for fishing,swimming,drowning,getting married on the beach, crossing tidal areas and cheching the depth of water in lighthouse basements that I may coma across in meters (Or feet and inches)
Thanks guys. Kilarney
From : Bill
Date : 2010-09-07 16:28:44 NZSTgreat info provided in good Kiwi common sense way - well done!
From : Matthew
Date : 2010-08-31 15:17:01 NZSTNo month of September
All the Septembers I can see look fine to me.
From : gerard noble
Date : 2010-05-17 20:52:12 NZSTexcellant site i use it all the time
From : brendon
Date : 2010-05-09 10:09:02 NZSTGreat site, have it saved as a menu bar favourite. But have just checked out your new TideSpy site, it's awesome!
From : yuri taylor
Date : 2010-04-15 22:31:11 NZSTits great helps me get out fishing at the tide
From : yvette harry-wright
Date : 2010-03-23 11:32:40 NZSTWant to plan a few weddings in October that the venue overlooks the estuary in Raglan. What are the tides are around about then. I seem to only get up to April? But otherwise great site
From : Barry
Date : 2010-03-08 10:25:54 NZSTThis is a terrific site. Thank you for providing this information.
From : Korina
Date : 2010-01-29 17:32:49 NZSTI found it easy to read and helpful for what i wanted when i finally found this site. Now i'll definately be back here for my needs next time. Thanks :)
From : John Barr
Date : 2010-01-14 10:11:49 NZSTGreat graphics and very easy to read. Would be greatly improved if background could display daylight hours - i.e. black between sunset and sunrise and fading into daylight, and also phase of moon.
We've been busy! All you want (and more) can be found on our new TideSpy site (for Auckland for instance) at http://tidespy.com/OnePlace.php?p=3005
From : name
Date : 2010-01-01 07:55:09 NZSTcomment6,
From : Colin
Date : 2009-12-05 09:23:12 NZSTAbsolutely brilliant. Exactly what I needed. Thanks
From : Simon
Date : 2009-11-15 01:32:12 NZSTFantastic service - keep up the good work. I use the site on a daily basis.
From : New Zealand Native Fisheries
Date : 2009-11-12 10:28:19 NZSTI run our aquaculture business based on your tide charts. This appear to be the most convenient, user friendly and accurate tide site. Our oyster farm working times are based on the tide levels and time. Your site certainly helps us run our business more efficiently. Thank you for the service!
From : Sunny
Date : 2009-11-07 09:18:00 NZSTExcellent free site, could be improved by hooking up to network of ocean sonar tracking probes to let us fellas know the live time position size and feeding mood of good eating fish species!!?
From : Roy Pearse
Date : 2009-11-05 09:49:09 NZSTLove the tide chart, love it lots.
From : Blair
Date : 2009-10-17 21:48:27 NZSTHow come you don't list Waikouaiti or Warrington..it would be useful
Thousands of places would be useful but sometimes we don't have the data to compute them. In your case you are lucky, our new TideSpy site has Waikouaiti.
Click here to see.
From : Marius
Date : 2009-09-12 16:37:27 NZSTHi, nice page but the map is partially obscured by the Google ad on the right hand site so i can't click or select Nelson. I am running the latest version of Firefox. Cheers.
From : Tim Chadwick
Date : 2009-09-12 11:32:06 NZSTOne of the best and most usefull sites I have come across
From : Sean
Date : 2009-07-24 10:04:00 NZSTPlease advise tide at waikato river mouth and west coast today?
From : wayne Sincock
Date : 2009-07-13 21:42:28 NZSTThanks heaps u all..Awesome graphics & so many places!
From : Bob Bobertson
Date : 2009-07-03 05:59:02 NZSTI like to eat fish
From : Adrienne
Date : 2009-05-09 20:29:30 NZSTAs a Waikuku Beach resident it's great to be able to check the tide height and time before going for a walk or jog down the beach. Especially as it is quite hard to get the tide times for here without adding or subtracting from Lyttelton. Thank you very much.
From : Steven Eggers
Date : 2009-05-05 03:29:07 NZSTHi All, Fantastic site. Not only a lot of good info, but gets the juices flowing for traveling. PLease write back when you get a chance.... Steve, Mojave Desert, Calif,USA
From : Kim
Date : 2009-04-10 08:01:06 NZSTExcellant site you have made it easy and very user freindly Thank You well done
From : Glenn
Date : 2009-04-03 09:13:04 NZSTGreat site..easy to use and understand...great for working out when I can take the kids fishing. Thanks so much.
From : Phil Nikora
Date : 2009-03-17 08:15:59 NZSTYou have a really great site. Best I have used over the years thanks
From : Phil Patterson
Date : 2009-03-06 13:31:30 NZSTGreat site, really helpful with exact locations, making planning our fishing either from land or boat that much easier. Surely the teachers who need to plan way out can use an approimate date, then finalise it 2 months in advance, 2 months from my kids teachers is plenty of notice for trips. I think they're just being picky. Thanks Ocean Fun.
From : Dave Herewini
Date : 2009-02-27 19:05:07 NZSTThis site is A1 and works great with Mozilla Firefox everyone should go Firefox its way superior to internet explorer. Cheers and thanks.
From : May Barnard
Date : 2009-02-18 09:20:30 NZSTas you no longer have tide times for more than a month ahead your site is no longer any good to me as I only used it once a year to plan a school trip. Such a shame as it used to be the best place to get tide information.
From : Stephen Doyle
Date : 2009-02-17 10:10:48 NZSTLoved the site for years. Shame I can't use it now to plan school trips a month or so in advance.
Also the new graphics don't appear to work that well using Safari on Mac
From : Bob
Date : 2009-02-16 11:23:37 NZSTThe best thing around for planning fishing trips
From : Tim Barker
Date : 2009-02-16 03:56:12 NZSTI'm looking for New Zealand's NUMBER ONE GOAT HUNTING GUIDE, DIGBY JOHANSEN. This is your only Yank from the states looking for an update on how the Goat Hunting is going.Send me an e-mail Digby so we can catch up, Timothy_Barker@msn.com.
A few more years and my family is heading over for a hunt. The boys are a little youg but there nearing the age. Please, if anyone knows Digby's whereabouts, tell his Yank Mate from Washington State wants him to check in. He lives in Waihi, or at least he did when we last spoke. Thank You. Tim Barker
From : Laurie
Date : 2009-02-06 15:48:35 NZSTJust moved to west Auckland and had problem figuring out tides for the little swimming beaches around here, at Titirangi and French Bay which are best to use at full tide. Finally decided upon Onehunga or Manukau Heads as Auckland info is wrong (even though I live in Auckland). Could you please have a category for Auckland west coast beaches please for new jafas like me - thanks for great site!
From : Steve Wilton
Date : 2009-02-03 19:58:33 NZSTsimply the best tide charts on the net , i check the tides everyday and fish accordingly and i always have a great catch....good work guys i love this site 5 stars from me ...cheers
From : conrad poppelbaum
Date : 2009-01-26 22:28:55 NZSTawesome site, i dont go fishing without checking out the graphs!
From : Tim Brown
Date : 2009-01-18 15:05:06 NZSTAwesome site easy to use, good work fellas.
From : Andy
Date : 2009-01-15 09:20:52 NZSTMany thanks a great service
From : Pau
Date : 2009-01-11 09:46:36 NZSTGreat work - thanks from Motueka
From : Lori
Date : 2008-12-23 14:57:28 NZSTI go to my region, and the calendar only gives option for feb & march - how do I get december??
You buy the book from our online shop :-)
From : lucy lu
Date : 2008-12-23 11:51:23 NZSTHi what time high tide of sumner surf beach today? thanks
From : Kingi
Date : 2008-12-13 09:52:36 NZSTWhich Port should i go by when determinig tide predictions when at Cornwallis? Onehunga or Manukau Heads?
Since Cornwallis is inside the harbour, I'd use Onehunga and subtract 10 or so minutes. Onehunga tides are computed for the wharf, whereas Manukau Heads times are related to open coast.
From : Andrew
Date : 2008-11-19 20:55:56 NZSTJust what I wanted to know re tides at Urenui (Taranaki)for the next few days. Thanks
From : Greg
Date : 2008-11-19 13:14:32 NZSTLove the new map - not been fishing much lately but summer is here and the new truck is finally finished and willing
From : chris
Date : 2008-09-11 10:50:15 NZSTdissapointed, looked up tide times and there is no graph!
From : Kilarney
Date : 2008-07-20 20:52:41 NZSTThe best site in New Zealand for anything to do with the Ocean.
Thank you very much People.
From : Cherag
Date : 2008-05-15 15:54:41 NZSTVery good for displaying tides on my Black berry
From : Neil Chapman
Date : 2008-05-11 12:17:12 NZSTThanks for a great site - use it especially to find times of low tides for runs along the beach at Spencerville, just north of Christchurch. Cheers.
From : Peter R
Date : 2008-03-09 08:46:00 NZSTHey took me quite a few stabs on that tiny little map to bring up an area close enough for the scroll to include Onehunga. What about a bigger map for us older visually impaired fisho's. Sure there is probably instructions on how to enlarge the map but life's too precious at my age to read the small print on everything I do.
Ok, specially for you, there is now a bigger map. It's based on the Google maps and gives you a much more accurate way to pick places, plus you can zoom in and see exactly where you are. Some of the markers are a wee bit off-beam but we'll get them fixed up over time.
Check it out here.
From : christopher mitson
Date : 2008-02-24 11:28:56 NZSTuh, sorry. just realised my computer is wiping cookies after each session.
From : christopher mitson
Date : 2008-02-24 11:19:27 NZSTIs it possible to make one location a default location, so I don't have to select the place each time? It's a terrific site. Thanks.
From : stu
Date : 2008-02-17 14:39:24 NZSTYour site is fantastic, since ive been useing this site im so upto date with all tides, there's no troubles its fast & easy and i have recommended it to many friends.
Thanks for Great public service.
From : gazman
Date : 2008-02-10 20:56:44 NZSTAll i want to do is get a tide, not have to muck around changing settings to get faster loadings etc. Please just keep it simple.
Nobody should have to muck around with settings, unless it's to get Java going. If you have a slow (dial up) connection then it's going to be slow anyway.
I'd be interested to know how we could make it any simpler. However if you want really simple then just use http://ofu.co.nz/wap
From : lesley
Date : 2008-02-03 12:56:07 NZSTthanks so much for this site, it is awesome to be able to get what time tides are way down south,i have allready recommended this to our friends.
From : Debbie
Date : 2008-01-30 17:11:29 NZSTYou're site is great. It's easy to use & it lets me check when it's low tide at various dog beaches around Wellington & up the line making walking the dog a bit more fun. Thank you. Debbie
From : Bob Frethey
Date : 2008-01-29 12:23:01 NZSTThank you so much, not many have New Plymouth, easy to use and straightforward.
Just what is needed. Thank You again.
From : Peter
Date : 2008-01-29 10:13:40 NZSTAn addendum to my message below.
I've have just browsed the string below and found your previous responses to the Safari/Opera use by Mac users .. usual story; I shoot first read the string later! Looks like I'll rely on Firefox for tides then. Thanks for a great public service
From : Peter
Date : 2008-01-29 10:08:04 NZSTHi Guys,
I have been an enthusiastic user for quite some time now .. using Firefox. I started using Opera recently and the tide wave doesn't show on the graph. So as a test I tried Safari, and that also doesn't show the tide wave, plus the images are overlapping. Is it me? Is it something I said?!
I'm overlooking the Manukau at Cornwallis .. kinda half way between Onehunga and the Heads .. I guess I'll have to go to all the trouble of turning my head anad looking out the window to see what the tide is doing! But planning ahead requires me bringing out the old chrystal ball again .. or I could always crank up Firefox I suppose.
From : Fritz
Date : 2008-01-24 19:15:03 NZSTPerfect - finally know exactly when to go to Taylors Mistake
From : Dana Boleyn
Date : 2008-01-08 22:57:25 NZSTthis website is great!! this is the first one i have found with waikawa's own tide times - just great!! thank you :)
From : Ben
Date : 2008-01-05 14:47:04 NZSTThis website is cool
From : Greg Monteith
Date : 2008-01-02 08:20:16 NZSTGreat site to get secondary area tides. Very useful for those out of the way rocky coastal areas for diving.
From : kevin brown
Date : 2007-12-30 17:26:23 NZSTmagic.no troubles.accurate
From : Ray Eyre
Date : 2007-12-01 10:32:28 NZSTThis site is magic. At last I can get accurate tide times for Baileys Beach. Well done and many thanks.
From : Azza
Date : 2007-11-19 14:20:50 NZSTLove the WAP page you have, but have you guys thought of doing something like oceanometer.com have with a java app? Would be great when on a road trip just to punch in a location and time and get the tide for there. I'd rather pay money to someone local than to some americans for that!
From : Jacinda G
Date : 2007-11-18 11:18:15 NZSTThis site is great. I travel a bit and like to walk on the beach, i can know in advanc what times i can walk the beach at low tide pretty much anywhere i go round the country. Its great to sort my walking schedule days inb advance so i can fit my other things around it... thanks you people are awesom.
From : kelly kemble
Date : 2007-11-10 12:04:29 NZSTthis is an awesome site,very informative
From : Ron Stratford
Date : 2007-10-27 10:38:17 NZSTThis just such a great site. My wife and I are traveling NZ in our caravan and enjoy going for a fish from the beaches and rocks. Your site allows us to just about estimate tide times anywhere we happen to be. Brilliant!
From : Gabrielle Maxwell
Date : 2007-10-25 15:44:02 NZSTYOur site is good but would even better if
1 there was more exacct time scale to read off the times
2 more information for different locations and
3 the moe specific location charts sowing low tide in the afternoon weren.t partly covered by the box to be entered to specify the pace.
From : Cliff Tanevesi
Date : 2007-09-23 21:53:48 NZSTI have got so many customers ringing Land Infomation of NZ asking for tides accross the country and sometime I'm struggling to offer them some Tides Web site detail to help them with their search. Given that I just pop into this web to find out the simple low and high tides for Kawhia and BINGO! I'm just so rapt how easy it is to navigate and gets the information. Keep up the excellent work and your information might save someone life out there in the water. I'm going to pass this web site to my friends and families and even my customers. Thank You.
From : Pam Sinclair
Date : 2007-09-20 12:57:26 NZSTThis is the best site that I have come across as I need it for when I take horse treks down the beach and its so easy to just click on to let my guests know when its low tide for that day, as I also have a Lodge at Baylys Beach and they just love those long walks, its fantastic thank you.
From : John Campbell
Date : 2007-08-31 16:08:11 NZSTGreat site really good to have the tides represented graphically.
I have noticed for Nelson tides ofu tide heights (from your tide flash page) are different to LINZ site tide heigts.
E.g.Fri 31 Aug
LINZ 0.2 4.3 0.2 4.5
Ofu 0.1 4.29 0.1 4.39
A 100mm discrepancy at the top and bottom of some tides.
Visualy inspecting the heigts on the graphs with the scale apears to agree with the LINZ data but when you click on the gaph the displayed height is about 100 mm lower than you would expect.
Thanks for taking the time to document this. I have checked back to the official figures and I'm pleased to say that ours are closer to the official heights than the ones on the LINZ site. There are two things to note here. The difference is actually much smaller than 100mm - taking the first height as an example, the official height is 0.14 which gets rounded to 0.1. The LINZ site height may well be 0.15 (I don't know though) which would round up to 0.2 and put the actual discrepancy at 0.01 which is less than the error we can expect to occur.
LINZ do use a different method to calculate tides on their website so small differences may be seen. While 100mm may seem a lot, it is near the limit of accuracy we can expect from tide predictions, since tides are affected by winds and atmospheric pressure on top of any systemic errors in the prediction process. Attempting to calculate to accuracies much better than 100mm could be considered futile.
From : Graeme
Date : 2007-07-16 06:06:15 NZSTGreat site very useful to me living on Kawau Island. I have noticed just recently however that the Height predictions have been way out for Kawau...any ideas?...Cheers
Well spotted. For a small number of places, the second and fourth high tide of each day could incorrect by a few minutes, or up to 30 minutes in extreme cases. In the case of Kawau Island, the tide was reported 21 minutes late. This problem has now been corrected.
From : Geoff
Date : 2007-07-08 10:59:08 NZSTThis site is fantastic and has been invaluable to us when arranging open homes and viewings to sell our home which is at the edge of the Te Puna estuary
From : horse
Date : 2007-07-08 10:56:12 NZSTthis is an awsome site, we have been using this site for a long time now and have found the information to be accurate at all times. we have been able to tides for all our favourite fishing spots aswell as kai moana around the whole country, WELL DONE TO THE WEB MASTERS... Bigg Up's 4 This Site..!
From : Phil M
Date : 2007-07-07 11:32:23 NZSTExcellent site. Will you be extendingthe WAP to include secondary areas?
From : Peter Wilding
Date : 2007-06-18 21:24:25 NZSTThis is an excellent service. Thank you.
From : WebMaster
Date : 2007-06-17 17:27:14 NZSTPeople will have noticed that Google Ads are popping up everywhere. Sorry about that but you'll appreciate that it costs a certain amount to run a free website and getting some of that back is necessary for us.
We will continue to improve the site as well as our tide graphs which are extremely popular, and we will also keep the ads as unobtrusive as possible. Anything that flashes or jiggles won't be seen anywhere near this website.
We also highly recommend the Mozilla FireFox web browser. We use it to develop and test our web pages and suggest you use it too. We specially recommend it for Mac users. Safari just doesn't cut the mustard, and we've pretty much given up trying to make the tide graphs work nicely in Safari. Follow the FireFox link at the bottom of any of our pages.
Thanks for your continued use of the site, and with Google AdWords, more is better.
From : liz wilson
Date : 2007-05-31 19:33:55 NZSThi
love the website but the june 2007 dates are incorrect.
Anyone else see a problem? I don't, and Liz ain't replying
From : Judy
Date : 2007-05-31 10:50:41 NZSTGreat new screen & wonderful to be able to go straight to Kawhia tides without having to remember whether to add or subtract.
From : Wemaster
Date : 2007-05-24 09:40:05 NZSTToday we are on a new server, based in NZ rather than the US. It involved several days' work and seems to have gone smoothly. Nobody should really see a difference except that pages will load a lot faster.
From : Marcus Peters
Date : 2007-05-17 19:11:25 NZSTFantastic Guys - This will prove to be a real asset come the mighty whitebait season - well done !
From : Rob
Date : 2007-05-17 08:28:01 NZSTGreat site but having trouble getting tides for Marsden Point. They do not load for me, and have not for some time, why not? I now have to use Whangarei as a guide but would prefer Marsden Point as this is where I live. Cheers
From : Tubbo
Date : 2007-05-15 14:21:31 NZSTBeen using the site for a few years now, awesome resource for LBG Fisho's. The new format is MINT!!! Keep it up .
From : Ryan
Date : 2007-04-21 18:36:32 NZSTthe site always tells my what I need to know about the tides
From : Colin
Date : 2007-04-19 18:33:49 NZSTAbsolutely awsome tide gragh....make it our default one...have used the other one for years but this one is excellent.
From : Leathus
Date : 2007-04-13 15:52:21 NZSTLove the site great for picking the best times to go fishing in and around Tauranga. Well Done.
From : bruce Nicholson
Date : 2007-04-13 07:39:43 NZSTnothing comes up in the window on my mac apart from the header and frame-is this a pc only site?
or do i kneed some other software?
Let me guess, you're on a Mac using the Safari browser. Opera and IE work ok, but we are aware of the Safari problem. I'm not sure how long it'll take to track down, but we are working on it when we have time.
From : Mele Vao
Date : 2007-04-04 14:35:37 NZSTthanks for the graphic ...i am doing an assignment about tides in nz...for children author (diploma)malo 'aupito...(thanks in Tongan)
From : Trevor Hardisty
Date : 2007-03-23 07:27:02 NZSTIs there ant reason why the website is so small on my monitor, i.e. half size
It depends on your monitor size and rsolution. The site is designed to work correctly on an 800x600 monitor. There are still many of these in common use, though the majority are now 1024x768 or larger.
While it's possible to make web pages dynamically expand to fill the monitor, this can be a lot of work and for the web graph we have decided - at least in the short term - not to do that.
Does anyone else think it should be bigger?
From : Craig
Date : 2007-03-19 22:33:56 NZSTGreat new graphics and format, thanks for the great site, very helpful and easy to use.
From : Darryn
Date : 2007-03-10 18:32:44 NZSTThanks Lindsay for outstanding help, and very quick responses.EXCELLENT!!
From : Nedd
Date : 2007-03-09 08:56:51 NZSTFixed in a flash! Many thanks, a great little tool.
From : Nedd
Date : 2007-03-08 16:40:46 NZSTWould it be possible to include Onehunga (the most important location on the Manukau) in the dropdown list when clicking on Auckland? My system no longer 'remembers' my location. Cookies enabled. Cheers
Good point, why is Onehunga not there? We have the data, so I'll be adding it shortly
See if your location gets remembered now. It was supposed to be remembered for 100 days but it was set to only 1 day. I fixed this yesterday.
From : eel man
Date : 2007-03-04 20:11:47 NZSTxlent keep it up very easy to follow
From : Michael
Date : 2007-03-01 23:52:44 NZSTSuper cool!!! Tidewatching for dummies!!
From : Mekaeel Faasen
Date : 2007-02-26 19:20:10 NZSTNew to tide watch but what an easy way to know tide times. Thanks to those who have set this site up, well done
From : Tiger59
Date : 2007-02-26 17:38:48 NZSTThis is a real improvement on the previous site controls. It's so good having extra tide sites within the two month period. Cheers Team
From : Wayne Carkeek
Date : 2007-02-25 10:51:26 NZSTGreat new tide graphs, i like the extra locations, is there any way to bookmark two locations e.g. one east and one west coast ?
Not as yet. If there seems to be a demand I'll consider adding a bookmarking feature.
From : Dennis Carswell
Date : 2007-02-25 10:22:28 NZSTThis is a fantastic site and the upgrade is awesome. More local areas make it great on the Naki coastline.
This is what the www is all about.
From : slinkymalinky
Date : 2007-02-24 11:39:06 NZSTA good help with sumner tides so i can collect water at high tide for our sea horses thanks
From : gavin callingham
Date : 2007-02-20 22:30:44 NZSTgood site makes planing to go fishing much easer thanks, gavin.
From : Alison
Date : 2007-02-13 23:10:51 NZSTThis site is fantastic!! I am from Hawkes Bay & wondered if I could find tides for Urenui beach - & hey presto - here it is - just great Many thanks, it is fast to load & so easy to read.
From : Sandra
Date : 2007-02-12 10:14:55 NZSTThank you for your tide charts. We use these frequently for planning our Boating Club events.
Regards Sandy Browns Bay Boating Club
From : Bugs
Date : 2007-02-08 11:45:56 NZSTThis is without doubt the best and most user friendly tide chart we have ever seen and used. We will pass it on to our friends without hesitation.
From : rob
Date : 2007-02-06 13:32:45 NZSTNew chart is great, more places, nice layout. This site is one of my staples. Always check it before I go out. Thank you.
From : WebMaster
Date : 2007-02-03 12:02:46 NZSTIt seems that people want the old feature where you can click on the graph and see the height and time, and also the line showing the current time.
I have added these features. They work a little differently now - when the page is first displayed, it shows the current day for the last place viewed, with a black vertical line at the current time and the time and height are shown in the graph title bar. If you click anywhere on the graph the time and tide height in the title bar change to reflect the point clicked.
From : sadcat
Date : 2007-01-31 19:40:59 NZSTyour new graph does not load on Mac OSX Tiger. Does not mention missing plugin. Old graph muchos grandes better.
From : Nedd
Date : 2007-01-31 16:14:06 NZSTHi, I prefer using the original version (has current time line and click-on time/height flags) but cannot get it to remember my preferred port (Onehunga)- it always defaults to Akaroa. I'm using Firefox 2 and cookies are enabled.
From : Webmasis
Date : 2007-01-29 17:40:21 NZSTDear web-master ! I looked your site and I want to say that yor
very well made it .All information on this site is represented
for users. A site is made professionally. So to hold !
From : Peter
Date : 2007-01-27 15:21:11 NZSTWorks ok on Firefox for me .. but those handy yellow time tags are missing on the new version. They are useful for me as I am a Cornwallis on the Manukau Harbour. So I add 20 mins .. no idea whether that is accurate though. Still .. I could always just look out the window! Marvellous site though guys. Great for inviting guests out here. I check the site first to select the best day for swimming and beach walking. Moon phases would be nice too .. moonlight walks on the beach. Aaah!
From : rodger
Date : 2007-01-27 11:11:06 NZSTlooks great on Microsoft but it doesn't work on Mozilla firefox
From : Bottomline
Date : 2007-01-26 12:48:10 NZSTI am pleased with the new layout. When I load the page it goes straight to the last location I was on. That's a plus. I know this is a tide graph and sea data thing, but are there any plans to add a solunar calendar ?? There's enough iceing on the cake now but you can never have too much.
From : Cliff
Date : 2007-01-26 06:04:50 NZSTI think your efforts have been very worthwhile! Really pleased you ditched Java which speeds up page loading and really chuffed that more ports are available such as Waimakiriri Mouth. On the downside, you don't seem to be able to click on the curve at any point to check time of day for specific state of tide. i.e half between high & low. Sure you can work it out but liked the fact you could just click on the curve previously. Thanks.
From : Terry Delis
Date : 2007-01-24 21:51:55 NZSTGood skills I thought your first tide chart was excellent but this one is even better,I fish out of Motunau and use your site on every trip Thank you Terry
Cool, glad you like it. It doesn't use java so it should load faster and give us less problems. The main change is having a graph for all 180 places and being able to choose off a map.
From : anonymous
Date : 2007-01-20 09:04:28 NZSTyour tide charts sometimes have the wrong information
Not that I'm aware of. Your messages never have enough information.
From : anonymous
Date : 2007-01-18 06:52:48 NZSTyes, I will be more specific by saying your tide graph needs updating.
That still doesn't help me much. It it too old for your taste? Is the data out of date? Do you want to see new background pictures?
That said, we are currently working on a new version which will be somewhat simpler to use.
From : slackarsefarmer
Date : 2007-01-15 08:08:31 NZSTReally appreciate the tide graph for fishing. Well done, recommending site to others:)
From : anonymous
Date : 2007-01-08 22:59:21 NZSTpick up your act and update your website
I see nothing wrong. Would you like to be more specific?
From : ArnyCodel
Date : 2006-12-28 11:13:06 NZSTNice site, i like it very much!
From : felician
Date : 2006-12-24 21:21:17 NZSTHi people!
Christmas Day falls on December 25. It is preceded by Christmas Eve on December 24, and in some countries is followed by Boxing Day on December 26. Some Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7, which corresponds to December 25 on the Julian calendar. December 25 as a birthdate for Jesus is merely traditional, and is not thought to be his actual date of birth.Good luck!
I'll drink to that!
From : Peter Murch
Date : 2006-12-19 08:20:58 NZSTgreat site so easy to use,great for planning a day out on the boat, wish the weather was as reliable to plan? keep up the good work, Cheers Peter
From : mesothelioma
Date : 2006-12-18 09:46:11 NZSTPerfect work.
I wish my page was so simple and informative.
From : Eric
Date : 2006-12-18 09:42:00 NZSTHello from Albuquerque, New Mexico!
From : Steve
Date : 2006-12-12 15:47:52 NZSTI just wanted to say that I use your tide graph all the time and find it to be one of the best that I have used.
I would like to ask you if there is a chance that you could add the moon data as well and make more than three months of tide data available?
Thanks and keep up the good work.
From : Trevor Hardisty
Date : 2006-12-11 22:53:54 NZSTHi January data not working
14 Dec '06 : Sorry about that, fixed now
From : Edward Lewis
Date : 2006-12-07 05:03:15 NZSTThe data for January is not coming through. Please check website.
From : Q
Date : 2006-10-27 20:27:50 NZSTJust bought myself more of the best surfing essentials - your tide guides and surf calendars. Always a pleasure to get the goods. Thanks heaps. Look forward to dropping in on yers @ Mangamaunu ;-)
It's always great to hear of people using and enjoying our products. Looking forward to seeing you.
From : Green_Monkey23
Date : 2006-10-13 01:45:44 NZSTSorry for your time.... Why i can't see images on this resource?
My Browser is: Opera.
This site has not been tested with Opera, only FireFox and IE.
We may fix this in the future.
From : Vanessa
Date : 2006-10-08 11:25:47 NZSTWow what a cool site will tell my friend and family about this, well done it's made our day
From : NokiyaUp
Date : 2006-10-04 06:40:57 NZSTVisiting of your site is the real holiday for me.
From : Chuck Mills
Date : 2006-09-26 14:00:33 NZSTExcellent site. Wander if you can put more areas in, as there are quite big differences in time/ tide from one area to another eg; Auckland and Thames. Thames has much bigger tide movement, and other sites list good old Thame (no I'm not from there) but do lots of snokeling round that coast . Cheers
The problem is getting information about tide time differences for these places. Generally you can find somewhere nearby and the tides won't be much different. You would have to be say 20 or more kilometres from another place before the time difference exceeds a minute or two.
From : reinimat
Date : 2006-09-25 22:04:43 NZSTI am assured that not only I, and others people were happy to find your site!
From : Lynda Leigh
Date : 2006-09-22 17:26:12 NZSTAm looking to buy an image of people in the water playing and/or fishing at Bayleys Beach or Glinks Gully. Tis for a publication on hazards of West coast waters - thanks
I've forwarded your request to people who may be able to help with this. - Webmaster
From : Linda
Date : 2006-09-07 11:26:20 NZSTHi guys, the tide graph is not displaying anything today might be something wrong with it incase your not aware - thanks!
From : phil the bugger
Date : 2006-09-05 13:46:44 NZSTWould like to see some westcoast sites up and running /very good tho best ive seen for a long time
From : Shack Norros
Date : 2006-08-29 15:42:22 NZSTHi
Good site. I'll be back soon. Thanks for your work.
From : Tim
Date : 2006-07-21 14:13:13 NZSTI am unable to get whangarei as my default area. I can get Auckland
From : john McIntyre
Date : 2006-06-14 16:57:53 NZSTSite hasnt been working for a few days now.Just thought i would advise you. Trust all Ok jm
From : Louise M Russell
Date : 2006-05-08 14:03:37 NZSTI enjoyed the webcam of the lovely beach and this site has everything on it that you need to know when visiting NZ
From : Laura
Date : 2006-05-05 09:25:59 NZSTWow this web sight is great to find the tides I love to take the bikes down the beach and its allways safe to see what the tide is doing.
From : melissa
Date : 2006-04-03 15:23:48 NZSTThanks for this! I have a estuary edge property so it's great to know when to schedule BBQs etc and when not to. Also for timing visits to west and east coast beaches. Thanks!
From : Jeremy
Date : 2006-03-24 19:30:31 NZSTGreat site, I love to drive down murawai beach and use your site to plan my trip out. Thanks for making the effort.
From : Raymond Bennett
Date : 2006-03-21 13:02:07 NZSTHi great sight i love to go fishing and always had trouble to find out what the tides where.This is so easy to use thanks.
From : Rob Murphy
Date : 2006-03-19 10:43:25 NZSTVery helpfull and easier than trying to look up tides on teletext.
From : Eric C. Delves
Date : 2006-03-06 08:16:16 NZSTVery helpful site, well done. What do I need to load for the interactive graph to display please, is it Flash?
No, not Flash. We use Java and you may have to install the Java VM from the Sun website. Go here to download.
From : Paul Watson
Date : 2006-03-04 19:29:42 NZSTThis site is great it makes it all so easy, thanks heaps you are added to our favourites list for sure
From : Ian Robertson
Date : 2006-02-23 14:29:59 NZSTVery handy. Ta
From : Phil Stoddart
Date : 2006-02-07 10:42:45 NZSTI can't find out the tide times from this site, yet in other aspects of life I am not considered very stupid. From the page "tide graphs" I don't see a prompt that invites me anywhere nice. What am I missing (apart from the best surfing and fishing)?
From : Winton Tuck
Date : 2006-02-02 16:04:10 NZSTVery useful site.
Just wondering if it is possible to have the site show current date tide info by default on load. This is especially useful if you have already bookmarked the site to show the location of most interest.
Somehow I imagine that this suggestion has been made a lot. So I am guessing its a bit of a hassle to implement?
It would save me having to think what today's date is, and also save one mouse click. Not exactly a big deal huh?
From : anonomas
Date : 2005-12-27 22:49:12 NZSTneeds more info on tides and needs tobe made easyer to find and beable to veiw everything!!!!!!
From : les hill
Date : 2005-12-21 21:53:52 NZSTtide times in south aust
From : Richard
Date : 2005-12-21 08:11:15 NZST This site is very interesting. Great job. Web site looks very good. I will remember you for my next special event.
From : Jack Harlinghton
Date : 2005-12-18 23:10:35 NZST Hello. Your website looks good. Nice job :). I am impressed...
From : Brendan
Date : 2005-12-15 10:56:24 NZSTGreat site. It will be great to work out storing windows for cruise ships. The data for January doesnt seem to be loaded yet?
From : Andrew Vossen
Date : 2005-12-06 07:05:03 NZSTAny chance of including Port Waikato or Raglan. Huge distance between Auckland @ Port Taranaki. Thanks
From : Free Radio stations
Date : 2005-11-15 17:11:07 NZSTThanks for the interesting and informative site. That\'s definitely what I\'ve been looking for.
From : Training Golfdust
Date : 2005-11-07 00:10:40 NZSTI have loved your site for its useful and funny content and simple design.
From : Mike
Date : 2005-10-29 17:24:33 NZSTThanks for such a great and easy to use site.
From : Alex
Date : 2005-10-28 09:51:42 NZSTNice page, guys!
From : tanko
Date : 2005-10-26 10:51:57 NZSTwhy no tide reading for Waihau Bay.
We do get a lot of traffic here especially around this time of the year.
Your answers will be greatly appreciated.
From : Rudi Gitmans
Date : 2005-10-21 20:13:18 NZSTVery useful site. Thank you for making it available to us.
From : Matt
Date : 2005-10-19 17:53:27 NZSTGood website for tides, very useful
From : debbie
Date : 2005-10-15 21:47:20 NZSTUsed this site to set up 'seapathfinder watch' so it would show tides in our area. This site was not only helpful but interesting. Keep up the great work!
From : Philip
Date : 2005-10-08 22:37:21 NZSTHave been using this site for about a year now and enjoy it. However, it seems to have changed and I can't view the tide graph now. Any comments?
From : Peter Smith
Date : 2005-10-07 18:46:56 NZSTI am very new to the surfcasting game but am looking forward to it. My wife and I have sold our home and purched a motorhome which ever island we are in will be our back-yard. We will be starting our trip with a vist to the Coromandel area for 2 weeks r&r so have found your site to be of great interest and help keep up the good work. Once in our mobilehome will have a new e-mail adress as will not have a land-line, but will still be able to get your web site as long as in an area where a mobile phone works.
From : Baron Davis
Date : 2005-10-01 09:20:18 NZSTNot a bad site, really. Clean and simple. that\'s what the majority of people needs ;)
From : Gerardus OUD
Date : 2005-09-24 09:11:32 NZSTEven we oldies can understand it!! Great help - thanks.
Date : 2005-09-22 08:40:08 NZSTCool site!
Date : 2005-09-21 08:11:52 NZSTYou have cool site !
From : Murray
Date : 2005-09-15 10:21:44 NZSTHi guys
Thanks for a well designed, easy to read and use site! Shame you don't have more visitors. Perhaps you could show a link on xtraMSN or something?
Actually we do get quite a lot of traffic - over 3000 hits on a good day in summer. Also, high traffic volumes is not a priority for this site, since it's a free service.
From : Robin
Date : 2005-09-12 19:29:58 NZSTcant get october 05
From : Danny
Date : 2005-09-11 20:21:45 NZSTWent to Bayleys beach today (Dargaville). According to your table high tide is Taranaki plus 2.28. That would have made it about 5pm. However high tide was at 2.30pm or there abouts... What's happening, or have I misread something?
The Dargaville offsets are calculated for the Kaipara, whereas you are at Bayleys Beach on the seaward side, where the offsets are +20 and -1. That accounts for the discrepancy of a couple of hours or so.
From : Frank Easton
Date : 2005-09-03 23:25:08 NZSTHi guys,
Who stole September 05????
From : Stephen Horton
Date : 2005-08-31 22:44:59 NZSTno september???????
Yes, I see September on my browser. More information about your problem would be useful
From : Courtney
Date : 2005-08-31 17:24:36 NZSTWhat the hell is going on at your web site? Is'nt September on your calendar?
From : [OCNZ]Sativa
Date : 2005-08-16 23:44:30 NZSTOh, and F Slayer:
You will find the tides for kapati here: http://ofu.co.nz/graph/offsets.htm
Next time, Have a decent look;)
From : [OCNZ]Sativa
Date : 2005-08-16 23:41:35 NZSTGreat tide info guys, Extremely usfull info. I really like the tide book example picture!
From : africanwayne
Date : 2005-08-13 21:54:05 NZSTno political bull from me. just a commendation on a well thought out and professionally rendered tide graph and times. Can't wait to hook the big one 2morrow. keep up the good work, thank you :-)
From : Jeysi
Date : 2005-08-10 03:41:37 NZSTEngage Iran diplomatically through the press. Iím not inclined to give the Administration the benefit of ANY doubt, but one thing Democratic foreign policy leaders rarely.
From : Serina
Date : 2005-08-08 21:43:14 NZSTIt is necessary to engage Iran diplomatically. It is not necessary to engage Iran diplomatically through the press. Iím not inclined to give the Administration the benefit of ANY doubt, but one thing Democratic foreign policy leaders rarely.
From : F Slayer
Date : 2005-08-02 18:14:54 NZSTShame you dont have tides for Kapiti
From : Micah Lindsay-Brown
Date : 2005-08-02 15:14:32 NZSTcan't find tide tables anywhere on your site!!!!
From : shannon
Date : 2005-08-02 00:15:56 NZSTawesome site so easy to use and clear to read nice one!
From : Malcolm
Date : 2005-07-24 14:07:28 NZSTThe most usefull site i have seen for a long time.Top marks.
From : Tomas Karlsson
Date : 2005-07-21 17:09:02 NZSTYou're website looks very good, it was a pleasure to be on you're. Keep on the good work :-)
From : LoL
Date : 2005-07-14 02:55:20 NZST...jedynymi slowy KOMPLETNE DNOO !! co za matoly nawet nie znaja slow haha
From : BT
Date : 2005-06-27 10:55:23 NZSTmassive site really helpful easy to use great stuff
From : RICHARD.TE -METE
Date : 2005-06-26 17:22:09 NZSTawesome site for the tides.
From : DrayKo
Date : 2005-06-22 11:09:11 NZSTbuenos dias... viele liebe gruesse aus ffm. coole seite... in den shop gehen wir noch. hoffentlich sehen wir uns bald mal wieder. lg, jana + tina
From : cron
Date : 2005-06-18 12:50:11 NZSTit's excellent guestbook :)
From : julian richards
Date : 2005-06-17 18:49:19 NZSTHi, I'm the same as grant, cant get the graph?
From : Grant Bradbury
Date : 2005-05-29 17:08:47 NZSTall i can get now is your home page but no graph..any suggestions?
Check out the faq. If this doesn't help, please email us with more information
From : paul mordecai
Date : 2005-05-29 13:08:03 NZSTgreat site a real help
From : Debra
Date : 2005-05-07 11:20:16 NZSTThank you for this site, it's made finding seashells a lot easier while in New Zealand...
From : Sir Rusty
Date : 2005-04-25 11:10:56 NZSTGreat site, love your java tide chart and WAP feature, good stuff.
From : Graham
Date : 2005-04-13 21:05:53 NZSTI am curious as to why tide offsets for Waitaki Mouth are referenced to Bluff when Dunedin is closer?
Tide figures for Dunedin are given for the inner harbour which is a long way in from the open sea, and the tides will be affected more by this, than by the open-sea distance to Bluff.
From : chris Alpe
Date : 2005-04-12 18:18:26 NZSTThis is such a good site, well done to all involved..
From : conrad
Date : 2005-03-27 21:11:29 NZSThi mateany idea where i can pick up the tides for ragland. cheers mate
From : Wayne Hunt
Date : 2005-03-23 15:32:37 NZSTI live in Roma in central Queensland Australia. I am originally from New-Zealand and love to know what is happening with the tides over there. My family own boats, they go fishing at Ruakaka, in North-land, quite often. Nice to know when high and low tide is so I can gauge when they may be out there catching large snapper.
From : Habib Ahsan
Date : 2005-03-15 08:57:06 NZSTHi Dear,
I am looking for historical tides (Local MSL, MHWL, MHWS, etc.)data around Bucklnads Beach area. Could you please let me know from where I can get them?
From : dissitewasa catsa trophey
Date : 2005-03-14 17:18:09 NZSThi my name is dissitewasa catsa trophey
no affence or anything but this site needs more info u guyies
From : micaela o'conner
Date : 2005-03-14 17:14:51 NZSTthis site was not very useful to me but woyld be to someone like me m8 terry lovin it guys/ladies ps this site needs more info
From : terry cattalyert
Date : 2005-03-14 17:09:11 NZSTgreat site very useful i hope i can use this info heaps when i go on my fishing/swimming trip in waikato river oh and hey great site guys/ladies
From : Debra
Date : 2005-03-08 16:44:58 NZSTWhat a great website! I love looking for shells in New Zealand (I'm from California) and this website takes away the guessing. Thank you, thank you!
From : Simon Denton
Date : 2005-03-08 16:23:13 NZSTBrilliant site, a valuable resource for all NZ seafarers. Keep it up!
From : stuart adams
Date : 2005-03-04 20:05:10 NZSTGREAT SITE ,FAST&EASY TO FIND WAS REAL QUICK VERY HELPFUL WOULD RECCOMEND!!
From : Charles Webster
Date : 2005-03-03 16:32:21 NZSTAt 4:30pm Thursday 3 March there is no graphs displayed. Is this a temporary hitch?
Yes, just a matter of loading up some more tide data.
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Date : 2005-03-02 03:44:23 NZSTHello, you have a great Page! I like it really much. If you like the sun and the sea and want to have really great holidays in spain- ask us! www.javeaholidays.com
From : Katrina and Lorraine
Date : 2005-02-18 10:51:24 NZSTHi
We are students from edgewater college and are in the process of an achivement standard for our year 13 Geography class. One of the tasks in this achievement standard is to take a role of a particular group with a veiw point on the issue: Should the number of visitors to the Abel Tasman National park be restricted?. The role we have undertaken are Water Taxi operators and we are trying to get their veiws on this issue. If anyone can help us it will be very much appreciated.
From : Robert
Date : 2005-02-13 10:44:21 NZSTHave just found your Offsets Page. So Have solved the problem.(just didn't read all the Website) Thanks again.
From : Robert
Date : 2005-02-13 10:34:04 NZSTJust to say thanks - we do a lot of fishing at the Waimakariri River mouth.
A conversion would be great. Many thanks.
From : Jo
Date : 2005-02-11 15:09:09 NZSTThis is a fantastic site for tidal info. Just love the graph, it's so easy and fun to use. Thank you heaps.
From : April
Date : 2005-02-11 04:00:06 NZSTI think that you do a very good job on the tide graphs and i realy like to start shopping soon.
From : George
Date : 2005-02-10 12:51:11 NZSTGreat Site! Just a wee question, how close are the times for Karaka (or southern Manukau) to the Onehunga times? Many thanks.
There are quite a few places called Karaka, three in Manukau. We only have figures for Manukau Heads and Onehunga Wharf, and the wharf gets high tide 20 minutes later than the heads, so anywhere in Manukau Harbour will get it's tides sooner than Onehunga wharf but not more than 20 minutes earlier. You could use 10 minutes earlier than Onehunga tide times as a rule of thumb; since tides don't change much in 10 minutes.
From : Phil
Date : 2005-02-08 01:43:14 NZSTexcellent site best ive come across to date
From : Terry Mitchell
Date : 2005-02-06 16:57:26 NZSTCan anyone please tell me what time is High tide and low tide on Tuesday 15th Feb
For what place? Look at our Places list and click the link to se a graph of the tides.
From : julian
Date : 2005-02-06 14:34:55 NZSTGreat site, though cant get tide details for lyttelton, thanks
Then tell us what the problem is
From : Solly
Date : 2005-02-01 22:15:01 NZSTdoes anyone know the dates of the the 2005 Otago Salmon Anglers competition?
From : Terry Delis
Date : 2005-02-01 21:43:30 NZSTThis is a excellent site easy to use with good clear graphics
friends and I now refer to this site along with the metservice
on all fishing trips.
From : Nick
Date : 2005-02-01 13:45:33 NZSTExcellent site
From : Glenn
Date : 2005-01-30 12:06:37 NZSTTop site for checking the tide. Keep up the good work guys
From : Matthew Alexander
Date : 2005-01-30 11:36:34 NZSTGreat site, wish I'd found it sooner. What's happened to Feb '05?
From : jason.hitchens
Date : 2005-01-30 11:05:26 NZSTBy the way great site. We have a club at www.edive.co.nz can we put a link in to this most vauable site?
From : jason.hitchens
Date : 2005-01-30 11:00:57 NZSTMy month callender goes dec 04
no feb and my operating system is windows xp I think
From : Rando from Albany
Date : 2005-01-29 18:26:38 NZSTSincere thanx for a needed site.
From : Greg Sheehan
Date : 2005-01-26 14:55:52 NZSTGreat site. Thanks for the info and easy graphics.
From : alex
Date : 2005-01-23 08:07:55 NZSTjust want to say hello :)
From : Boxy
Date : 2005-01-21 15:20:34 NZSTWhat's a helpful site, esp it helps me to plan my trip !!!!THANKS
From : Wayne K
Date : 2005-01-03 08:37:36 NZSTGreat site. Any chance of including Ragalan? This would be of more use to the Waikato people.
From : Ray from Whangaimoana
Date : 2005-01-02 17:39:21 NZSTOopps! Found it there is a conversion.
From : Ray from Whangaimoana
Date : 2005-01-02 13:32:02 NZSTGreat site maybe if more sites could not be added maybe a conversion for say Wairarapa/Cape Palliser to Wellington could be included.
Great site and easy to understand.
From : michael
Date : 2004-12-19 22:55:19 NZSTthe days for jan05 seem to be wrong for the dates. Is this a programming error?
Yes, this is a problem with Java. We need to rewrite some of the date handling ourselves. In the meantime please ignore the days of the week
21/12/04 - Fixed
From : Chris Mitson
Date : 2004-12-14 09:20:19 NZSTReally useful site but it would be improved by displaying today's tides as a default with the option of clicking on calendar for other days. Any chance of including other smaller places (ie, Collingwood, Hub of the Universe) in the standard list?? Thanks
From : Eamonn D Bicknell
Date : 2004-12-06 15:22:19 NZSTA great site. Internet technology providing a really valuable service. Thank You.
From : ostrige
Date : 2004-11-30 15:52:30 NZSTManga looks a little flat eh haole fun boy, I would like a little more action on the webcam please. It does bring back pleasant memories from a homesick boy in Sydney. G'day Hazel keep up the good work
From : Lou
Date : 2004-11-26 15:43:23 NZSTWhat an awesome site - couldn't survive without it. Thanks!
From : Broglemeister
Date : 2004-11-14 11:09:55 NZSTLove makes the world go round, but Java makes the tides rise and fall - a great piece of programming guys, many thanks.
From : donboy
Date : 2004-11-12 10:11:46 NZSThopeless
From : Shelagh
Date : 2004-11-12 09:09:13 NZSTThanks for creating such a helpful site - well done!
From : Law
Date : 2004-10-24 13:34:53 NZSTits not working
From : Burk & Joanie Jones
Date : 2004-10-02 15:00:45 NZSTWell now - Let us be amoung the first to say how happy we are for the two of you. It should be a very happy day CONGRATULATIONS AND WE LOVE YOU We shall be watching as you TIE THE KNOT LOTS OF LOVE
From : Ray H.
Date : 2004-09-30 22:25:51 NZSTHi, Could you please add the Karori Light 'off sets' to your Other Places.
Thanks, Ray H.
From : Dave
Date : 2004-09-27 14:31:03 NZSTthx for providing this service!
From : Nick
Date : 2004-09-26 17:23:24 NZSTGreat site. If you plan to visit Christchurch NZ check us out at www.gyminasuitcase.com
From : NEIL WICK
Date : 2004-09-21 12:58:55 NZSTWith the Whitebait season ontop of us, this Tide Graph is the best thing since sliced bread. Thanx to all who help in supplying this data. regards Neil
From : Todd
Date : 2004-08-19 14:41:50 NZSTGreat site! I use it heaps.
Any chance you could put a link to the offsets page on the main page? Cheers :-)
From : Zane
Date : 2004-08-14 08:32:42 NZSTIn the Month drop down only three months are available. Can you please consider having twelve? Thanks, Zane. p.s. Great site.
From : Red
Date : 2004-07-30 14:56:29 NZSTThe tide graphs are fantastic
From : Alan F
Date : 2004-07-25 21:06:07 NZSTI'm a school teacher and visit your site regularly. It adds interest to maths lessons but is also a great help for camp planning purposes [fishing...]
Sadly now I'm unable to access your site. The screen images don't seem to load fully & I can't get any details. Can you help??
From : lisa
Date : 2004-06-26 18:07:59 NZSTcool but can u add the theory of how tides work please!
That's something we've been meaning to do for quite some time, when we have the time to get it done
From : Polly
Date : 2004-05-24 07:53:42 NZSTHello
You offer a great service. Could you just make it a little clearer by a different choice of colours on the tide chart? Its not immediately clear which is high and which is low tide. It would also help to support the visual information with labels e.g. beach and sea. Perhaps also a summary giving high and low tides in text to support the visual informatino
From : sandy
Date : 2004-04-19 15:00:20 NZSThow about a tide chart for wattle bay on the manakau penninsula or maybe one for all the beaches around this ares. i keep making the default setting for manakau heads and i hope by this you mean the habour entrance at manaukau heads.apart from that we have bookmarked your site and uses it at least once a week keep mup the great work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
From : fff
Date : 2004-04-19 14:45:45 NZSTthat is grate site
From : Tim Hughs
Date : 2004-04-14 10:18:28 NZSThow to decide it is a good fishing or bad fishing?
From : Robbie Eves
Date : 2004-03-17 18:38:13 NZSTThis may seem like a silly question but we buy "Tide Times" Tide Tables for Nelson,Golden Bay, West Coast each year.(Great book.)We are very keen whitebaiters and like to take a couple of weeks each year over October,Alot of guessing on what the tides will be. Why not a Tide Table from January to January. Can you help with times for October,November 2004. Thanks.
From : Dennis
Date : 2004-02-13 17:55:08 NZSTReal easy and of good valueto we fishermen
From : Kerry
Date : 2004-01-28 08:43:13 NZSTExcellent site, well done. Very easy and practicle.
From : Haydz
Date : 2004-01-26 14:51:42 NZSTthis site is 1337 (leet) me and my mate visit the beach atleast 4 times per week, and finally have a 1337 site to find teh graphs
Anyone care to decode this?
From : teajay
Date : 2004-01-21 04:07:44 NZSTJust happened to stumble upon your site. Nicely set out and most attractive.
Could you please tell me why - for Auckland on 21 Jan 04 - Metservice says 7.34am high tide and you say 7.02am approx?
We are currently using a different program for calculating web tide information to the one used for supply to MetService, and the web tides are not as accurate. We will be correcting this in the next week or so.
From : John Paul
Date : 2004-01-19 13:09:29 NZSTLiving and working in the north west of austraila I punish myself regularly checking out the tides for the taranaki coast to see where I would be fishing if I was at home.
From : kawiti & yogi
Date : 2004-01-17 16:02:04 NZSTkewl, very prompt and easy to follow. would be great if we could down load for ease of use. well done team!!! :-)
From : jan thomas lipski
Date : 2004-01-17 10:59:37 NZSTpretty neat web site dude,but just an idea,could you include otaki and manawatu bar's as well in your list as i take my kids there often and this is alot quicker to look up than to try and track down a possibly obsolete booklet printed by the local surfclub@foxton.
other than that i find your site very helpful and stimulating.
From : ivan
Date : 2004-01-14 11:15:40 NZSThi me and my frends want to go fishing can uo take us on the boat fishing. And uo can tek us email me pleas and how much this coast?
From : rose and Gert
Date : 2004-01-14 10:14:58 NZSTThansks for this site - we find it easy to use even for a pair of oldies who still love fishing.
From : Dave and Kelly
Date : 2004-01-13 13:16:17 NZSTFantastic site. I also would love to see the moon phases added to the charts as well.
Alright already! Everyone wants to see moon phases. Probably not too difficult, I'll see what I can do about it. The moon phase for the date selected is easy; the next phase (NM, FQ, FM, LQ) is a bit harder so don't hold your breath.
From : Adam Martin
Date : 2004-01-12 16:36:21 NZSTI was looking for a site like this and my wish was granted this is a fantastic site everything is so easy to find easy navigation congratulations on a superb site.
From : Mark
Date : 2004-01-11 17:02:23 NZSTThanks to all at OceanFun for the tide charts.
From : To Chris
Date : 2004-01-10 17:57:44 NZSTGidday Chris, If you use your mouse and click on any edge area of the graph, i.e up the edge of the wave, it will give you the tide height and time at that point. have a good day.
From : Chris
Date : 2004-01-09 10:33:26 NZSTGreat site - some requests.
1) Add times of high and low tide to graphs
2) Add height of high and low tide to graphs
3) Allow us to set default to any one of the locations eg Sumner
4) How about a week-ahead (even 3-month-ahead printable) tabular view suitable for printing (good way to get sponsorship perhaps??)
NB Big messy surf at the moment - I'll wait 2 - 3 hours till just after low tide and then get out and have some fun
We don't publish too much on the website because our core (and paying) business is producing tide charts, books and calendars. Look at the shop page. Read the FAQ for information about your other points.
From : murray martin
Date : 2004-01-06 17:21:12 NZSTcan't get tide graph for february (east coast north island). Do you get any work done with a view like that from the office.
Ok, I'm a bit slow getting the data loaded for February. Should be there now. Bunch of slackers in that office, they only work 10 hour days. You should see the 360 degree view, it's stunning (we'll get a pic of it up on the web site sometime).
Hazel's response: "Dance like it hurts, love like you need money, work when people are watching."
From : Jack Morris
Date : 2004-01-06 13:46:44 NZSTIt would be great if you could add a chart of phases of the moon as it relates to fishing. Can you ? or can you tell me where I can find one please.
Now there's a thought. We know all about moon phases .. I'll see what I can do. Unsure where you might find phase info - but then that's what search engines are for
From : Annabel
Date : 2004-01-04 22:40:48 NZSTHi there - is there a calculation I can use to determine tides at the same time one year in advance? ie. January 2005. Thanks!
Um ... in a word ... no. it's kinda complex
From : Kelly Levi
Date : 2004-01-03 11:46:49 NZSTHi Everyone Swells are high around Waihi So Have Fun And Yip.......
Kelly Says Hi
Wishing you all a Wipe out of a day
From : TRACKER JACK
Date : 2004-01-02 10:34:36 NZSTHI PEOPLE, COULD SOMEBODY SHOW ME THE WAY BACK TO TOPSIDE PLEASE. WENT LOOKING FOR ATLANTIS AND GOT LOST. JACK SAYS HI
Ah, the Dutch Woofer I presume. Topside? Nah, no such place. Stay in Atlantis, I say.
From : chris
Date : 2004-01-01 22:59:17 NZSTWow what a great site the format of this site is easy to follow
Thanks for making life easy and happy new year to you all.
From : Julia
Date : 2003-12-27 08:54:58 NZSTAs an ex-inland-bunny I am happy to look up the tides on your site as I am living now on the coast in Brighton. Happy Coasting, Guys. All the best for 2004.
From : Harry Hall
Date : 2003-12-25 22:47:04 NZSTMerry Christmas Team. Offset time for French Pass is still wrong. You say -2.00hrs. Reality is about -20/25 mins.
From : Cameron
Date : 2003-12-25 14:38:13 NZSTI think this is an awesome site, I use it all the time, it's simple fast and far out weigh's any other site like it :)
From : patrick gillespie
Date : 2003-12-25 10:03:22 NZSTAll I can get is Problems,Guestbook,Disclaimer. No graph.
From : Jeanette E;s
Date : 2003-12-22 22:29:28 NZSTThank you for a great site. I am now able to call up the tide information for my husband who is a keen fisherman. We are ex South Africans and now living (for past 2 years) in Auckland New Zealand. Thank you for a most interesting site.
From : paul schulz
Date : 2003-12-21 17:18:32 NZSTgreat site ,,we use it all most ever week if not more . good work keep it up ....
From : John Reynolds
Date : 2003-12-21 09:08:53 NZSTI use this sight almost every weekend and even during the week before i go up the coromadel coast getting sea food. This is the best tide chart ive used.
From : Wayne Carter
Date : 2003-12-18 08:06:56 NZSTGreat site.
I am unable to get Jan 04 at Pouto to display.
Thanks for letting us know. This is now fixed (as at 11pm 18 Dec 03).
From : Kay Bee
Date : 2003-12-13 12:17:55 NZSTExcellent site!! We use your tide charts every weekend.. thank you so much!!
From : A King
Date : 2003-12-12 14:07:16 NZSTThere appears to be a bug in the 2004 Jan selection.
I am running XP and using Microsofts web browser.
It's just a matter of us getting the 2004 tide data together and up to the website.
From : Daniel Robinson
Date : 2003-12-01 05:18:20 NZSTYou know what? this is actually the first time I've looked at anything
except the home page on this site, a good site but needs a bit of my
extra cool graphic work to make it all the better hehehe. also
wondering how long it takes Lindsay, Hazel or my Dad to reply to
these messages, so... the clock is ticking.........
A couple of hours. We're not asleep here you know!
From : Steve
Date : 2003-11-18 11:26:10 NZSTExcellent site Thanks a heap
From : Pat
Date : 2003-11-10 20:37:45 NZSTThankyou for your good work. We find your site very helpful and accurate .... and VERY easy to use! We refer to it frequently.Appreciated.
From : Chris
Date : 2003-11-01 06:42:13 NZSTA great site, well done, enables entertaining when our property looks it s best, like high tide.
From : Phil
Date : 2003-10-26 11:25:49 NZSTVery useful site when you dont have newspaper or calendar with tide tables. Keep it up.
From : ostrige
Date : 2003-10-20 17:14:52 NZSTGood site crew, when are you going to be able to predict when the surf is going to pump ( sorry to see your tidecharts missing from the Daily Telegraph and replaced by a lower standard Bureau of Met one )
Kia Kaha Hazel and haole fun boy
Thanks, and yeah, we know. Some newspapers just have no taste!
From : Murray
Date : 2003-10-20 16:21:56 NZSTYour Oct tide chart calendar has the day incorrectly matched to date.
Guess you probably already know........
It is correct for most people, but on the occasional computer, Java gives us the wrong day. The only way to fix this is to calculate the day ourselves, which I might just take a look at.
From : Lyn Saunders
Date : 2003-10-17 08:30:33 NZSTReally interesting website.
How many hits do you get in an average month?
From : Murray Little
Date : 2003-10-15 11:40:26 NZSTDid you receive my letter regarding using your tide calender as the format for diary recording of fishing trips and will you be printing my suggestion ?
Murray....the Warkworth whaleman.
From : john mclaren
Date : 2003-10-12 20:28:37 NZSTRequest please?. I am trying to set a fancy new watch. What is the inter lunartidal interval , for Auckland. I have calculated 7hrs 20min from the tables printed in the herald, but I have no idea if I am correct or not. I appreciate the figure has to be accepted as an average.
I await yr reply with interest
From : dave adams
Date : 2003-10-11 21:36:37 NZSTWhat about the west coast.
I count 13 places on the West Coast that we have tides for. Westport is the only one with a curve but there are 12 others listed under 'other places' for which you can calculate the tides with a time offset.
From : Mr Anderson
Date : 2003-09-30 21:16:50 NZSTDo you have tide tables rather than tide graphs.I am wanting Lyttelton
We don't publish tide tables on the internet, but you can purchase them online at www.ofu.co.nz or at many bookstores around NZ.
From : Sharleena from Te Akoranga Kindergarten
Date : 2003-09-15 09:11:44 NZSTAny help with high tides around the 16th October would be great thanks, as we are planning on taking the children fishing for the day.
From : John & (KINA)
Date : 2003-09-12 16:11:44 NZSTReally great site keep up the good work I use it all the time...The secondary ports also great...What else do you need every thing is there....
From : geoff cotton
Date : 2003-09-09 22:23:36 NZSTWhat an excellent service you have provided. If it were possible to give variation ammounts for areas close to ports listed it would be even better. well done though. regards; geoff
There is a list of areas and time offsets at
From : Colin Grimes. Alias, Lord Longridge.
Date : 2003-09-05 10:00:28 NZSTA God sent site. Jaime Regan surfs here. I look out for him from
East Sussex. England. It may be cheaky but your Webcam keeps us closer.
Sincere thanks. Come on Jaime ... and you Sul, Give us a HUGE smile.
[Webmaster] You'll find the Sumner webcam at this site: http://www.sumnertoferrymead.co.nz/
From : Alister Smith
Date : 2003-08-23 07:17:16 NZSTI have a Surfcam installed overlooking Clifton Beach at Sumner in Christchurch, and have linked the Surfcam page to your site. The tide graphs will be of great benefit to all who view my page. www.sumnertoferrymead.co.nz
From : paul schulz
Date : 2003-08-19 11:13:49 NZSTwell done ,,i have finely found a good tide graph site for nz , and one that is user frendly will be using this a lot over the coming months..
thanks a lot paul
From : Marc
Date : 2003-08-14 16:24:10 NZSTWe use this thing all the time now for fishing trips.
Any possibility you could put Ocean Beach/Bream Head on? Marsden is next closest but not accurate enough and how about Oakura as well?
From : Michael
Date : 2003-08-14 15:02:28 NZST
From : halfman, Wanganui
Date : 2003-08-01 14:43:02 NZSTAny chance you can reset from NZ daylight saving to NZST.
From : John Martin
Date : 2003-06-22 11:01:04 NZSTThe graphics look great.
Is the curve a sine curve?
In a few cases the curve may approximate a sine curve but for most places it is quite different. A tide curve is created by adding a set of sine curves together, and there may be up to 140 different curves (called constituents) for any one place.
From : Lindsay (Webmaster), New Zealand
Date : 14 March, 2003 at 03:00:51
Y'all might have noticed a few changes - we have moved our hosting to a new company which allows us (amongst other things) to have an online shop. Check it out at http://www.ofu.co.nz/Shop/shopfront.htm. Oh go on, go on, spend up large and make us all rich.
From : Dave Robinson
Date:Thu Mar 13 17:13:48 NZDT 2003
Absolutely brilliant!! Easy to view and easy to use :)
Keep up the good work
From : !!!Craig,Angus and Seath!!!
Date:Tue Feb 25 14:50:43 NZDT 2003
Hi, wats up? This place is really cool but where is Age Of Mythology? I like Age Of Mythology because you can kill people and they can kill you!! :)
P.S. i have recently escaped from a mental hospital!!
From : Des Heath
Date:Sun Feb 23 11:00:17 NZDT 2003
Thanks, I use the site regularly doing a printout which I pin on our guests' activities wall so they can see how the tide may affect their kayaking or sea shore walks. It would be great to have the notes at the bottom compacted so it all prints out on one page. Cheers.
From : Paul Stoneman
Date:Fri Feb 21 14:13:41 NZDT 2003
I am a first time caller! and is was so easy i felt like i knew what i was doing. Had to do two shots ,1) Auckland 2) Whangerei. somewhere in between has to be a good time to go kayak fishing at Sandspit!
From : ray
Date:Fri Feb 14 23:13:23 NZDT 2003
just watch the days date displayed when you look at the day you click on it the next days tide displayed
From : Lynne & Mark
Date:Fri Feb 14 21:14:36 NZDT 2003
Excellant site. We use the tide graph often for our fishing outings. Keep the good work up.
A bit more on the Waimak mouth in Canterbury would be good. Now we have to catch some fish.
From : Lynne & Mark
Date:Fri Feb 14 21:14:01 NZDT 2003
Excellant site. We use the tide graph often for our fishing outings. Keep the good work up.
A bit more ont he Waimak mouth in Canterbury would be good. Now we have to catch some fish.
From : Lynne & Mark
Date:Fri Feb 14 21:09:40 NZDT 2003
Excellant site. We use the tide graph often for our fishing outings. Keep the good work up
From : mike
Date:Thu Feb 13 23:17:19 NZDT 2003
im trying to find something about the depth of the sea for land based fishing(surfcasting) .something that will tell me were there are big drop offs were fish like to gather.hope you can help me or tell me about a website were i can find info like that .look forward to hearing from you regards keen landbased fisherman mike thankyou
From : Digby Johansen
Date:Fri Jan 31 12:25:02 NZDT 2003
Great site, going straight onto my Favourites.Very useful Tide & Weather info.
To Campbell Ellison, I would suggest you release the grip on yourself and allow more blood to your brain, and you might be able to absorb the information in front of you!
From : Carol S.
Date:Fri Jan 31 11:33:21 NZDT 2003
Note to Hudson Moody below: you can see whether tides are springs or neaps by scrolling through neighbouring days and watching the tidal range change.
From : Carol S.
Date:Fri Jan 31 11:30:02 NZDT 2003
Excellent site; I am coordinating a coastal marine pollution survey and have used it to help plan sampling.
From : robin vernon
Date:Thu Jan 30 08:19:37 NZDT 2003
From : john dorman
Date:Wed Jan 29 14:09:20 NZDT 2003
There is no February 03 . It jumps straight to Mar 03??
From : Rob Slocombe
Date:Sun Jan 26 10:01:58 NZDT 2003
Great site. Have tide charts on my desktop for daily use. regards
From : Blair Guinea
Date:Sat Jan 25 16:33:09 NZDT 2003
neat background !!!!!
From : Blair Guinea
Date:Sun Jan 19 14:13:07 NZDT 2003
Hey u guys and gals............thanx for this great site which now looks a great deal more user friendly. I've been accessing the site for ages, cheers again !.
From : Darryl
Date:Sat Jan 18 08:30:09 NZDT 2003
Tells us when we can ski on the tidal river. Added to favourites straight away.Keep it up.
From : Aaron Couchman
Date:Mon Jan 13 08:40:26 NZDT 2003
Great changes to the site - I've been using the site for some time now particularly for fishing
lower north Island areas. The changes you have made to the site make it far easier to use and
gain information from - particularly the additonal areas. - Thanks and good on you.
From : Xela
Date:Fri Jan 10 21:48:28 NZDT 2003
I enjoy fishing but don't have the time to sit around all day. With the tide calender I have been planning my trips to start fishing two hours into am incomming tide with a steep slope and have got good fish on every one of the last four trips lasting of between 2 and 4 hours.
From : Brian Tunstall
Date:Thu Jan 9 19:32:38 NZDT 2003
At last my mate Phil Bailey has directed me to a web site worth looking at.
Nice going mate
From : Philip Bailey
Date:Thu Jan 9 18:39:03 NZDT 2003
What more could I ask for? Just what I need. Thanks, people and keep up the good work.
From : Campbell Ellison
Date:Tue Jan 7 22:12:46 NZDT 2003
But a little unsure of themselves.
From : Campbell Ellison
Date:Tue Jan 7 22:10:08 NZDT 2003
Useless piece of rubbish
Well, well, the intelligentsia have arrived - Webmaster.
From : John S
Date:Mon Jan 6 10:27:44 NZDT 2003
Great site - going to use it a lot in the future - thanks a lot.
From : danny halley
Date:Sat Jan 4 10:55:38 NZDT 2003
thanks for putting muruwai beach on your list as me and the family are all keen surf casters. thanks heaps.
danny and the family
From : Ingrid
Date:Sat Jan 4 09:27:27 NZDT 2003
What an awsome site. Well presented. Will be used a lot by us boaties!
From : Aaron
Date:Fri Jan 3 23:47:10 NZDT 2003
Great Site, very user friendly. Should be a good day at the beach tomorrow.
From : Aaron
Date:Fri Jan 3 23:47:01 NZDT 2003
Great Site, very user friendly. Should be a good day at the beach tomorrow.
From : Jason
Date:Tue Dec 31 07:41:14 NZDT 2002
Great Site, got the fish to prove it, keep it up
From : Hudson Moody
Date:Sun Dec 29 08:51:27 NZDT 2002
Great site. As a keen recreational fisherman fishing around Cook Strait,I am always wanting to know whether it is springs or neaps. Perhgaps you could consider adding this information to your wonderous graphics. A graph for the Mana/Plimmerton area would also be appreciated as the tide height is considerably different to Taranaki. Thanks in anticipation.
From : M J Gibson CHCH
Date:Sat Dec 28 09:36:43 NZDT 2002
This is a impressive site,because it is so easy to read and understand.
From : Adrian Bell
Date:Fri Dec 27 08:16:06 NZDT 2002
Very useful. Graphic representation is great for visual types. Tide corrections for important places like Canterbury river mouths would be great.
From : jonathan
Date:Thu Dec 26 12:40:19 NZDT 2002
first visit to your site- I like the format and as a windsurfer this is going to be very helpful to me. thanks
From : Peter Morton
Date:Sat Dec 21 17:51:51 NZDT 2002
thank you for a good service let me check the tide info before I return to NZ for Christmas holidays Merry Christmas to all
From : steve
Date:Thu Dec 19 14:29:59 NZDT 2002
Thank you for this service it is so easy to use and understand, no excuses for the kids now i can plan in advance for them to get ready on whitch day best suits all of us thanks
From : Bill Sadler, Open2view
Date:Thu Dec 19 14:09:57 NZDT 2002
Hi as a photographer for Open2view, i am often needing to know the tides so I can get that shot when the tide is at a certain level. Your site is excellent, it saves me having to purchase the tide books every month etc, and as I am working on the internet anyway, it is very handy. Thanks heaps.
From : Deric Stone
Date:Thu Dec 12 18:01:43 NZDT 2002
Good easy site to use. Guess you missed out on selling me a tide book this year!!!.
From : Aussie Pete
Date:Sat Dec 7 08:29:44 NZDT 2002
Well done!! I have been using this site every weekend and week nights for 3yrs. love the upgrade. Thanks and happy boating (oops and fishing)
From : Boowacker
Date:Fri Dec 6 19:23:37 NZDT 2002
Supurb site! Been using it since day one, love the upgrade. Well done.
From : mark
Date:Fri Dec 6 15:45:07 NZDT 2002
what would be the nearest port to Motuihe island. by the way this is a great
site. used daily
Use Waiheke Island, tide times will be within a few minutes which is
of no consequence ... Lindsay.
From : Alex
Date:Thu Dec 5 23:15:02 NZDT 2002
Excellent... Now I don't have to remember to change to my port and add daylight saving!
From : Dennis
Date:Wed Dec 4 19:43:50 NZDT 2002
Good stuff, just checking to see about when to try for some 'xmas Paua. ( Work BBQ )
From : Simmo
Date:Wed Dec 4 15:54:25 NZDT 2002
Excellent facility. Gotta get those Wanganui bar crossing times right - eh RTR!
From : RON
Date:Mon Dec 2 19:47:57 NZDT 2002
EXCELLENT SITE THANK YOU SO MUCH IT,S A GOOD 1
From : keith buckby
Date:Tue Nov 26 10:08:54 NZDT 2002
Excellent site, We use it all the time before setting out, (now if it would only tell me where the fish are).
From : Holiday Houseboats
Date:Sun Nov 24 18:56:43 NZDT 2002
I have been using your graph for around 2 years and it just seems natural to "click" on your site
for each of our charters. We have put your link on our web site as it is a great source of info for folks
to check out what conditions will be at the time of their charter.
Excellent site! Great looking up-date.
From : adriaan B
Date:Fri Nov 22 23:12:07 NZDT 2002
lyns you done proud, maybe stars and stripes will do the same! well used by me
so lets go catch fish at Motukawanui eh!
From : Paul Lock
Date:Fri Nov 22 11:07:11 NZDT 2002
Excellent web site Thanks Very much
From : Guntram Gross
Date:Wed Nov 20 11:36:48 NZDT 2002
I love the new version with the daylight saving update.Thank you for providing this web site.
From : Allan McElwee
Date:Wed Nov 20 09:40:22 NZDT 2002
Great little tide graph easy to use, makes planning the trip a bit easier
From : Cameron Wilson
Date:Mon Nov 18 17:42:15 NZDT 2002
thank you, the service is very good, it is well layed out, and it is very quick. It is easy to use even for "not so smart people" like me........once agin, thanks very much
From : Mark Aldcroft 8yrs old Otumoetai Primary School
Date:Mon Nov 18 17:19:11 NZDT 2002
Thank you for helping me find the tide times. We are studying tides, fishing and things about the sea
From : Graeme
Date:Mon Nov 18 13:00:41 NZDT 2002
Congratulations on your fine site. It is very user friendly and easy to follow.
From : Lindsay
Date:Mon Nov 18 00:17:45 NZDT 2002
I guess it did work. Now all I have to do is sit back and wait for the gripes to come in. Maybe I'll be really lucky today and get a favourable comment or two.
From : Lindsay
Date:Sun Nov 17 23:42:46 NZDT 2002
I'm adding a comment to my own guestbook
to see if it works.