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Leith Tide Times

Leith is located at the mouth of the Water of Leith and is the port of Edinburgh, Scotland. It lies on the south shore of the Firth of Forth.

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Leith printed tide tables

Printed Leith Tide Tables

Our popular printed Leith tide tables made to order and available to buy online. Books are approximately A6 in size and each month covers two pages. Tables include sunrise and sunset times plus phases of the moon..

Price: £1.75 plus p&p.

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Tide Predictions for Leith

Subscribers now see 12 weeks of tide predictions. Read more.
Tide Times
Hi/Lo Time Height
Low Tide 01:36 2.16m
High Tide 08:38 4.47m
Low Tide 14:15 1.92m
High Tide 21:21 4.35m

The Leith tide times are adjusted for BST where applicable.

Next High Tide, Low Tide & Sun/Moon times.

sunrise and sunset times
Sunrise:4:41am
Sunset:9:38pm
moonrise and moonset times
Moonrise:1:41amThird Quarter Moon
Moonset:10:53am

Leith Tide Graphs

The graph below shows the high and low tide graphs for Leith over the next seven days. Where the change between high tide and low tide is at its smallest a Neap Tide has occurred. Where this gap is at its greatest, this is a Spring Tide.
Sun 26th May Mon 27th May Tue 28th May Wed 29th May Thu 30th May Fri 31st May Sat 1st Jun
12:34 - 5.67m
1.23m

Mouse over the tide graph to see height above chart datum at a given time.

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