Born out of frustration of traversing the mud flats of San Francisco Bay in the 1980s by Mark Alan Born, the Northern California Tidelog has become an essential for all coastal dwellers, beach bums and tidepool tourists.
These graphic, easily decipherable daily Tidelog illustrations are based on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predictions for San Francisco, at the Golden Gate Bridge. Time and strength of maximum currents and times of slack water are shown daily at San Francisco Bay Entrance and Carquinez Strait. Included at the back of the Tidelog are tide tables for Arena Cove, Port Chicago, and Humboldt Bay and current tables for the Golden Gate Bridge, Benicia Bridge, San Mateo, Richmond, and Oakland. Also included are Tidal Current Charts which offer a comprehensive view of the tidal currents throughout San Francisco Bay.
Compact size in a vinyl, water resistant cover travels easily by land or by sea.