2010 Pacific Tide Table



The tide table is important for scheduling launch times from the port of Pedregal. There is a significantly large tide on the Pacific coast of Panama, which can range between 15 and 18 feet.

It is an important reference since it is not possible to launch or remove Tuna Tango when the tide is low. It is usually ok to do so, a few hours before or after. This only applies if you are fishing from Pedregal.

If you will be fishing from Boca Chica, there is little concern of when the tides are. There, the boat stays in the water and guests reach the boat via a floating dock. The floating dock goes up and down with the tide and the boat can easily tie up against it, to allow guests to embark and disembark.

If you click on the link below, you will notice when are the times of high and low tides. The graph displayed may make it easier to read and understand.


Pacific Tide Table

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