Question about Casio Sea-Pathfinder SPF40-1V Wrist Watch
I have a Casio Gulfman G9100, with tide chart. I live near Annapolis, Maryland, USA. On the Casio instruction it has a table for Lunar Tidal Interval for a limited number of cities, but Annapolis is not included. That information is needed to have the tide to work for my area. How can I find the Lunar Tide Interval for cities not listed on the watch instruction?
If you look at the GMT differential in the manual, you'll notice that it corresponds to the offset from GMT that your time zone resides in. I live in San Antonio but i don't see that on the list. I do know that when we're not in Daylight savings time, I'm -6.0 from GMT... so that's what i set it for. Also, if you're near enough to the coast to use this feature, it would probably be a good idea to compare the watch reading to the actual tides and adjust accordingly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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