Killiney Tide Clock
Killiney (Irish: Cill Iníon Léinín, meaning “Church of the Daughters of Léinín”) is a seaside resort and suburb in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland. It lies south of neighbouring Dalkey, and north of Shankill. The place grew around the 11th century Killiney Church, and became a popular seaside resort in the 19th century.
Killiney beach was a popular seaside destination for Dubliners, and John Rocque’s 1757 map shows bath-houses near White Rock, on Killiney Beach. The coastline became even more popular once the railway opened, and the opening of Victoria Park in 1887 and the opening of Vico Road in 1889 appear to have increased this popularity further.
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.