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.
One said she lived in the South Foreland Light, and had singed her whiskers by doing so; another, that she was made fast to the great buoy outside the harbour, and could only be visited at half-tide; a third, that she was locked up in Maidstone jail for child-stealing; a fourth, that she was seen to mount a broom in the last high wind, and make direct for Calais.
So, a water channel will be maintained between Bramley-Moore dock and the neighbouring Sandon Half-Tide and Nelson docks.
Additionally, in order to maintain Bramley-Moore Dock as part of a dock network, a water link across the dock will be retained between Sandon Half-Tide Dock to Nelson Dock.
Lloyd's Lists initially reported the ship could be refloated if powerful pumps could quickly be sent to the scene but by the time these were available the situation had deteriorated and the ship was described as being underwater at half-tide.
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.
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.
The island's government has released new images of the terminal, which will sit at Princes Half-Tide Dock, to the north of the Pier Head.
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
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.