On this page is the tide information for Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island, Puget Sound, Washington.
The time between a high tide and low tide is approximately 6 to 7 hours. There are usually two high tides and two low tides each day, with one of each being higher or lower, respectively, than the other.
The most extreme low tides happen in summer, and the most extreme high tides in the winter.
Tides are measured relative to the mean sea level and are caused by the gravitational pull of the sun and the moon. The extreme lowest tides of the year occur in summer, generally in mid-afternoon, and in winter mostly during the middle of the night.
Weather conditions, such as storms with high winds, can cause high tides to be higher than predicted.
Instructions for the Tide Graph Widget:
1. Move the magnifying glass on the graph.
2. Change the date with the + and - buttons.
3. Choose a new location with the Map button
If you are boating to Blake Island or around Bainbridge Island and plan to ground your boat, please make sure you leave any sand banks 5 hours before the high water times to avoid being cut off by the fast incoming tide or to tend your boat with a long lead line.
NOTE: THE TIDE TABLES ARE FOR INFORMATION ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATIONAL PURPOSES WHERE DANGER OR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR. INSTEAD, CONSULT YOUR TIDE CHARTS OR NOAA.
Live wind surrounding Bainbridge Island, WA.