half-tide

half-tide

n
(Physical Geography) the state of the tide between flood and ebb
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Her middle structure, covered by the bridge which bore him, his mate, the closed wheelhouse where a man was steering shut up with the fear of being swept overboard together with the whole thing in one great crash -- her middle structure was like a half-tide rock awash upon a coast.
The buffer zone includes most of the city centre and all of its Mersey waterfront, from close to Liverpool Marina, in the south, to Sandon Half-Tide Dock, in the north.
All these locations are better on a half-tide or lower and the fish will be easier to spot if you find a sunny, calm day.
Floral tributes at the base of one of the original propellers from the RMS Lusitania in Liverpool for a centenary commemoration to mark the |sinking of RMS Lusitania, which included a procession to Canning half-tide dock quayside for a remembrance service JAMES MALONEY
The match will be fished from half-tide up, with boundaries of Agar's Gap to Huntcliffe, though the pier is out of bounds.
A model of HMS Campanula was delivered to Canning half-tide Dock on board Royal Navy patrol vessel HMS Biter - and she will be berthed in the Nicholas Monsarrat room at the Athenaeum.
Patrol vessel HMS Biter made a special visit to Canning Half-Tide Dock bringing the model of HMS Campanula, - on which city novelist Nicholas Monsarrat served.
Redfish are scattered along the mangroves when it's half-tide or higher.
Patrol vessel HMS Biter will make a special visit to Canning Half-Tide Dock, bringing a model of HMS Campanula, the corvette on which Liverpool novelist Nicholas Monsarrat served during World War Two.
She is likely then to be floated into the Canning Half-Tide Dock, where dozens of shocked but determined Zebu volunteers will be on hand to do their best to ensure this magnificent ship sails again.
With a half-tide or better you should target the mangroves, and with lower water look to potholes or bar edges.
The tallest Class A ships are all at Wellington Dock, near Sandhills station, with the smaller Class B, C and D vessels at Albert, Salthouse, and Canning half-tide docks.