Tides | Ebb and flood

The beaches of Westende are never the same width because of the tides. For example, if you take a relaxing walk on the beach, it is useful to know when it is high or low tide.

On this page you will find the astronomical water level forecast for Nieuwpoort. This free tidal information is only intended for private leisure beach activities, such as hiking, sunbathing and beach recreation. These tidal predictions are based on a non-authoritative static model, they do not consider current weather conditions and may therefore deviate ±15 minutes in reality.

January 2022

 
High tide
Low tide
Thursday 27 January
 
2:00 hrs
 
7:47 hrs
 
 
 
14:38 hrs
 
20:30 hrs
 
Friday 28 January
 
3:08 hrs
 
8:55 hrs
 
 
 
15:45 hrs
 
21:39 hrs
 
Saturday 29 January
 
4:21 hrs
 
10:04 hrs
 
 
 
16:53 hrs
 
22:45 hrs
 
Sunday 30 January
 
5:37 hrs
 
11:12 hrs
 
 
 
18:04 hrs
 
23:46 hrs
 
Monday 31 January
 
6:38 hrs
 
12:08 hrs
 
 
 
18:59 hrs

February 2022

 
High tide
Low tide
Tuesday 1 February
0:36 hrs
 
 
 
7:30 hrs
 
12:56 hrs
 
 
 
19:47 hrs
Wednesday 2 February
1:21 hrs
 
 
 
8:13 hrs
 
13:40 hrs
 
 
 
20:29 hrs
Thursday 3 February
2:03 hrs
 
 
 
8:58 hrs
 
14:23 hrs
 
 
 
21:13 hrs
Friday 4 February
2:44 hrs
 
 
 
9:40 hrs
 
15:08 hrs
 
 
 
21:53 hrs
Saturday 5 February
3:27 hrs
 
 
 
10:23 hrs
 
15:52 hrs
 
 
 
22:34 hrs
Sunday 6 February
4:11 hrs
 
 
 
11:04 hrs
 
16:37 hrs
 
 
 
23:15 hrs
Monday 7 February
4:56 hrs
 
 
 
11:47 hrs
 
17:24 hrs
 
 
 
23:57 hrs
Tuesday 8 February
5:43 hrs
 
 
 
12:33 hrs
 
18:14 hrs
 
Wednesday 9 February
 
0:43 hrs
 
6:35 hrs
 
 
 
13:21 hrs
 
19:10 hrs
 
Thursday 10 February
 
1:45 hrs
 
7:35 hrs
 
 
 
14:23 hrs
 
20:15 hrs
 
Friday 11 February
 
2:57 hrs
 
8:50 hrs
 
 
 
15:31 hrs
 
21:33 hrs
 
Saturday 12 February
 
4:14 hrs
 
10:12 hrs
 
 
 
16:41 hrs
 
22:49 hrs
 
Sunday 13 February
 
5:36 hrs
 
11:13 hrs
 
 
 
17:51 hrs
 
23:40 hrs
 
Monday 14 February
 
6:30 hrs
 
12:02 hrs
 
 
 
18:37 hrs
Tuesday 15 February
0:21 hrs
 
 
 
7:08 hrs
 
12:39 hrs
 
 
 
19:07 hrs
Wednesday 16 February
0:57 hrs
 
 
 
7:41 hrs
 
13:09 hrs
 
 
 
19:40 hrs
Thursday 17 February
1:27 hrs
 
 
 
8:11 hrs
 
13:38 hrs
 
 
 
20:15 hrs
Friday 18 February
1:53 hrs
 
 
 
8:43 hrs
 
14:09 hrs
 
 
 
20:51 hrs
Saturday 19 February
2:25 hrs
 
 
 
9:20 hrs
 
14:44 hrs
 
 
 
21:28 hrs
Sunday 20 February
2:59 hrs
 
 
 
9:57 hrs
 
15:20 hrs
 
 
 
22:08 hrs
Monday 21 February
3:36 hrs
 
 
 
10:35 hrs
 
16:02 hrs
 
 
 
22:49 hrs
Tuesday 22 February
4:19 hrs
 
 
 
11:15 hrs
 
16:47 hrs
 
 
 
23:32 hrs
Wednesday 23 February
5:05 hrs
 
 
 
12:03 hrs
 
17:40 hrs
 
Thursday 24 February
 
0:21 hrs
 
6:02 hrs
 
 
 
12:57 hrs
 
18:44 hrs
 
Friday 25 February
 
1:24 hrs
 
7:14 hrs
 
 
 
14:08 hrs
 
20:00 hrs
 
Saturday 26 February
 
2:45 hrs
 
8:36 hrs
 
 
 
15:23 hrs
 
21:21 hrs
 
Sunday 27 February
 
4:09 hrs
 
9:57 hrs
 
 
 
16:46 hrs
 
22:38 hrs
 
Monday 28 February
 
5:29 hrs
 
11:09 hrs
 
 
 
18:00 hrs
 
23:36 hrs
 

March 2022

 
High tide
Low tide
Tuesday 1 March
 
6:30 hrs
 
12:01 hrs
 
 
 
18:52 hrs
Wednesday 2 March
0:23 hrs
 
 
 
7:18 hrs
 
12:46 hrs
 
 
 
19:36 hrs
Thursday 3 March
1:02 hrs
 
 
 
7:59 hrs
 
13:26 hrs
 
 
 
20:13 hrs
Friday 4 March
1:42 hrs
 
 
 
8:40 hrs
 
14:05 hrs
 
 
 
20:52 hrs
Saturday 5 March
2:20 hrs
 
 
 
9:19 hrs
 
14:43 hrs
 
 
 
21:29 hrs
Sunday 6 March
2:59 hrs
 
 
 
9:57 hrs
 
15:22 hrs
 
 
 
22:03 hrs
Monday 7 March
3:38 hrs
 
 
 
10:31 hrs
 
16:01 hrs
 
 
 
22:37 hrs
Tuesday 8 March
4:17 hrs
 
 
 
11:07 hrs
 
16:39 hrs
 
 
 
23:07 hrs
Wednesday 9 March
4:55 hrs
 
 
 
11:38 hrs
 
17:18 hrs
 
 
 
23:39 hrs
Thursday 10 March
5:37 hrs
 
 
 
12:13 hrs
 
18:03 hrs
 
Friday 11 March
 
0:25 hrs
 
6:29 hrs
 
 
 
13:20 hrs
 
19:08 hrs
 
Saturday 12 March
 
2:10 hrs
 
7:55 hrs
 
 
 
14:47 hrs
 
20:46 hrs
 
Sunday 13 March
 
3:32 hrs
 
9:32 hrs
 
 
 
15:55 hrs
 
22:08 hrs
 
Monday 14 March
 
4:50 hrs
 
10:43 hrs
 
 
 
17:08 hrs
 
23:08 hrs
 
Tuesday 15 March
 
5:51 hrs
 
11:33 hrs
 
 
 
18:06 hrs
 
23:49 hrs
 
Wednesday 16 March
 
6:38 hrs
 
12:09 hrs
 
 
 
18:44 hrs
Thursday 17 March
0:24 hrs
 
 
 
7:11 hrs
 
12:42 hrs
 
 
 
19:18 hrs
Friday 18 March
0:55 hrs
 
 
 
7:46 hrs
 
13:12 hrs
 
 
 
19:51 hrs
Saturday 19 March
1:26 hrs
 
 
 
8:19 hrs
 
13:45 hrs
 
 
 
20:29 hrs
Sunday 20 March
1:59 hrs
 
 
 
8:58 hrs
 
14:20 hrs
 
 
 
21:07 hrs
Monday 21 March
2:36 hrs
 
 
 
9:33 hrs
 
14:57 hrs
 
 
 
21:46 hrs
Tuesday 22 March
3:14 hrs
 
 
 
10:13 hrs
 
15:37 hrs
 
 
 
22:26 hrs
Wednesday 23 March
3:56 hrs
 
 
 
10:54 hrs
 
16:22 hrs
 
 
 
23:08 hrs
Thursday 24 March
4:44 hrs
 
 
 
11:37 hrs
 
17:12 hrs
 
 
 
23:59 hrs
Friday 25 March
5:40 hrs
 
 
 
12:36 hrs
 
18:19 hrs
 
Saturday 26 March
 
1:09 hrs
 
6:58 hrs
 
 
 
13:51 hrs
 
19:45 hrs
 
Sunday 27 March
 
3:32 hrs
 
9:29 hrs
 
 
 
16:10 hrs
 
22:09 hrs
 
Monday 28 March
 
4:54 hrs
 
10:53 hrs
 
 
 
17:41 hrs
 
23:27 hrs
 
Tuesday 29 March
 
6:17 hrs
 
12:01 hrs
 
 
 
18:50 hrs
Wednesday 30 March
0:21 hrs
 
 
 
7:14 hrs
 
12:50 hrs
 
 
 
19:40 hrs
Thursday 31 March
1:03 hrs
 
 
 
8:00 hrs
 
13:31 hrs
 
 
 
20:18 hrs
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These tidal predictions are based on a non-authoritative static model, they do not consider current weather conditions and may therefore deviate ±15 minutes in reality.

Disclaimer

faqThis free tidal information is only intended for private leisure beach activities, such as hiking, sunbathing and beach recreation. No guarantees are made about the correctness of this free tides data. You may not use this page professionally and not if anyone or anything could be harmed as a result of its use (for example, do not use it for sailing or navigation purposes).

Ebb and flow

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The phase of retreating water is called ebb. A beach will get bigger during ebb. In the Oosterschelde or Waddenzee, mud plates will appear, which makes it possible to go mudhiking to the islands. At the end of ebb period, the water is at the lowest point: this is called low tide.

The phase of rising water is called flow. A beach will then get smaller, narrower. Big mud plates, like in the Waddenzee or Oosterschelde, will overflow with water during flow. The water level reached at the end of the flow phase is called high tide.

The time between the start of one flow and the start of the next flow is on average 12 hours and 25 minutes.