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    Default Re: Reed's Almanac & Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by lpdsn View Post
    I suspect I may just stop buying it. It's a lot of money to get tide times more than a month in advance.
    I am planning to buy a copy in 2022, but that year am planning a wee warm up lap of the British Isles before heading south and west for a while.
    Cynical Scots engineer.

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    Default Re: Reed's Almanac & Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    I am planning to buy a copy in 2022, but that year am planning a wee warm up lap of the British Isles before heading south and west for a while.
    Maybe they'll have a bit of a correction binge before then.

    Or maybe it'll have disappeared and there'll be a long thread on here full of posts bemoaning its demise from forumites who haven't bought it in years.

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    Default Re: Reed's Almanac & Ireland

    I have never understood why the following year's almanac is available in September, giving themselves a couple more months would surely cut down on the number of updates they have to release on week 1.

    Are that many people really buying them at the Southampton Boat Show?
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    Default Re: Reed's Almanac & Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Grebe View Post
    Are that many people really buying them at the Southampton Boat Show?
    I do. (Although not last year). The ability to start planning cruises during the winter is the only thing that keeps me sane(ish).


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    Default Re: Reed's Almanac & Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by lpdsn View Post
    Maybe they'll have a bit of a correction binge before then.

    Or maybe it'll have disappeared and there'll be a long thread on here full of posts bemoaning its demise from forumites who haven't bought it in years.
    Who knows, if it goes before then I'll still have my 2013 version and the internet to update things as I go along.

    I tend to use the offset from Dover for all tidal calculations anyway so as long as the very nice people at Dover Marina keep updating their PDF I'll be happy.
    Cynical Scots engineer.

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    Default Re: Reed's Almanac & Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post

    I tend to use the offset from Dover for all tidal calculations anyway so as long as the very nice people at Dover Marina keep updating their PDF I'll be happy.
    Doesn't work that well in the Irish Sea as the offset can vary very significantly. That knowledge won a race once.

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