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Time and Tides wait for no one, so awareness of tide tables can be a life saver. These tide charts are only predictions. The actual tides may be influenced by weather and other factors, and could be higher or lower than listed.

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Alaska Tide Tables

Tide tables for Alaska can be found on the National Oceanic and Atmosheric Administration (NOAA) web site. Instructions for finding the table you need are below.

  • Go to http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov
  • Click on " Tides Online "
  • Click on " State Maps " on the left
  • Click on State of Alaska, either the image or the name

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Click on area/region of interest.

Example: Your area of interest is Seward and Resurrection Bay. Since this location is within the Kenai Peninsula, click on Kenai Peninsula and Cook Inlet.

Click on the reference station of choice from the menu under the map.

-   In the last 10 years, 105 more Alaskans died in recreational boating accidents than died in commercial fishing.   -  9 of 10 of those who died were adult males   -  5 of 6 experience a capsize or fall overboard into Alaska's cold water   -  3 of 4 involve powerboats   -  Half are in salt water, half in fresh water   -  9 of 10 involve boats under 26 feet in length  - 5 of 6 fatalities are swamping, capsizing and falling overboard