PNW Current Atlas

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3.2
15 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

The PNW Current Atlas brings a fast and easy way to view Pacific Northwest current prediction charts for the Juan de Fuca Strait / Strait of Georgia regions on your mobile device. This includes complete coverage of the US San Juan Islands, the Canadian Gulf Islands, and the Eastern Juan de Fuca Strait and more.

This digital current atlas includes predictions for the current year with free yearly updates so that you never have to buy a reference or look-up table ever again.

Features:
◆ View any date/time within a tide cycle, past or future (within the current year)
◆ Easily jump to the prediction closest to Now with a single tap
◆ Easily move forwards or backwards through prediction time by tapping or swiping
◆ Zoom into predictions to see more detail
◆ Works offline - no Internet connection needed!
◆ Includes all predictions for the current calendar year with free yearly updates
◆ and more...
Updated on
Dec 18, 2021

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3.2
15 reviews
Colin Stepney
May 7, 2020
Exceptional and Simple. The app does exactly what it's supposed to - and that isn't much. What it is supposed to do though, providing tide charts for the Salish Sea, it does perfectly. While it's rudimentary, it doesn't need to be anything more than what it currently is. The only point I can comment on is that I am excited to see more areas available, considering the cost, and maybe the ability to see tide times at specific locations. Perfect for quickly planning kayaking and sailing.
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Mike Woolf
January 5, 2021
It's simple and does precisely what it claims to do and no more. It automates an annoying and error prone two book cross reference lookup used frequently by folks in slow boats.
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Peter. Jacobs
July 13, 2020
I've used these predictions for years of sailing in the Gulf Islands, using the book and tables. Having them on my tablet and phone now, using this app has made trip planning fast and easy. I've been recommending it to all my sailing friends. Good job, and thank you!
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What's new

Updated predictions for 2022