What kind of tide is best for scuba diving?
The best time to dive is during slack tide.
When the gravitational pulls of the sun and moon partially cancel each other out what kind of tide is it?
High tides occur during Solar Eclipse, moderately high tide occur during Lunar Eclipse and Low Tide occur during Quarter Moon.. More Basic information... Tide - rise and fall of ocean water due to the gravitation, location and distance of sun, moon and earth... "Best Friends Listen to what you don't say" -Samantha Norman Hope I can help :)
You've got this one slightly confused... There is Yule tide, which happens at about Christmas time, this is a paganistic festival which is a way of ending the year, in hope that a new year will come. Kind of a funeral and birth in one go. The 'Tide' in this case is an old English word for time. Christmas tide isn't a proper use of the word tide in this instance.
You can see it. Stand in a place close to the sea which looks like the tide reaches (damper and darker coloured sand for example) now wait for the tide to come in (you could be there a while though so best bring tea and sandwhich) and when you get wet..when the tide comes in ..you know the tide does indeed come in and go out..
I am not a fisherman but in terms of boat handling I would assume it is easy to maneuver a boat when the tide is relatively constant. This occurs at spring and neap tides which are roughly 12 hours apart i.e. when the tide flows in and out. This would mean that there is less swell. Also, in shallower waters, boats may not be able to maneveur when the tide is out because the depth…
you have a high tide and low tide, tides are affected by the Moon. There is also something called Neap tide and Spring tide. Spring tide occurs in spring and sometime throughout the year. Neap tide is when there is a higher low tide and a lower low tide. Spring tide is when there is a higher low tide and lower high tide