Lough Foyle Tide Clock
Lough Foyle, (Irish: Loch Feabhail, meaning ‘Feabhal’s loch’or “loch of the lip”), is the estuary of the River Foyle, on the north coast of Ireland.
Lough Foyle has had an interesting history during the first and second world wars.The United States Navy established the Naval Air Station Lough Foyle on the Inishowen side of the lough on 1 July 1918 to operate seaplanes during the First World War. At the end of the Second World War, after the Allied victory, the remainder of the German Atlantic fleet of U-boats used to attack supply lines from North America to Britain during the Battle of the Atlantic were assembled in Lough Foyle and scuttled.
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.