Belmullet Tide Clock
The Mullet Peninsula (Irish: Leithinis an Mhuirthead)—also known as the Mullet (an Mhuirthead) and sometimes as the Erris Peninsula—is a peninsula in County Mayo, Ireland. It consists of a large promontory connected to the mainland at Belmullet (Béal an Mhuirthead), a town of about 1,000 inhabitants, by a narrow isthmus. There are several villages on the Mullet peninsula including Aughleam, Elly, Corclough and Binghamstown. The Peninsula is about 33 km long and ranges from 200m-12 km wide. Its northernmost point is Erris Head. The peninsula’s doglegged shape forms two bays, Blacksod Bay and Broadhaven Bay.
The Mullet Peninsula is part of the Mayo Gaeltacht, meaning that Irish is a relatively common language. According to the 2016 census about 8% of the population spoke Irish on a daily basis outside the education system. The area has several Irish-language summer schools. The Mullet is a tourist destination, and has several beaches and a mild climate; chief attractions include golf, watersports, kiting, boating, fishing, and sea-angling.
Our tide clock clock shows a small section of the original sea chart for this area, from Duvilaun iin the south, all the way up to Benwee Head in the north.
This has to be the most useful gift for birthdays,weddings, significant events and Christmas!
The print shows the features along the coast.It is made from a canvas print of a genuine chart showing the features along the coast.
A tide clock allows you to see the state of the tide for a given location at a glance.The hand shows the current stage of the tidal cycle (high tide, low tide or on the way in or out). The tide clock face is simple to read and setting the hand can be done in a matter of minutes.Never leave the house again without knowing the state of your local tide!
- Heavy duty professionally printed canvas.
- Solid-Wood frame.Select from either black or white.
- Size is 250 mm x 250 mm and 45mm deep.
- Shows features along the coast.
The clock ships with full instructions on how to set and how to read a tide clock.
This is not a navigation device.