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Issued by the Jersey Met Office.

Shipping Forecast

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Issued by the Jersey Met Office. The Channel Islands shipping forecast covers the area bounded by latitude 50ºN, the French coasts between Cap de la Hague and Ile de Brehat, and longitude 3ºW.

5 Day Forecast

DayWeather/MaxWind Dir./SpeedWind ForceUV Level


Marina opening times

Causeway Access Calculator (for pedestrians)


Click on drop down menu to select location.

Tidal Access

ClosedSt Aubins Causeway (5.0M)
closed for pedestrians

(opening )

My Locations / Boats

To find out when your boat starts to float or dry out, enter your boat name and height above chart datum and click on the plus sign.

Similarly, this can be done for other specific locations by entering the location name and height above chart datum and clicking on the plus sign. You may have up to ten locations. The first location will appear in the tides area on the right hand side of each website page.

Please enter your boat name / rock name / location and their respective Height (M) above chart datum *

Here are two examples.

1. Gorey Harbour
The pier at Gorey dries at 4.0m ABOVE chart datum. Therefore at a tide height of 4.0m the harbour will just be awash. A vessel of 1.0m draft wishing to navigate safely with no less than 0.5m under keel clearance (UKC) should add 1.5m to a drying height to calculate the time to safely enter the harbour. Therefore enter 4 + 1.5 = 5.5 to calculate the earliest or latest safe time.

2. Castle Breakwater End passage approaching St Helier
The nearest danger to this track is a rock that is awash just west of the breakwater end. Awash means the rock is at chart datum, or zero height. Therefore the same boat drawing 1.0m and requiring 0.5m UKC should not enter this passage until there is at least 1.5m of tide.

To ensure safe under keel clearance, mariners should also take into account any variable conditions that could affect the calculation (e.g. swell, wind, waves, atmospheric pressure etc.)

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Jersey Coastguard transmit shipping forecasts, navigation and weather warnings on VHF channel 82 at the following times:

Shipping forecast (and any gale or navigational warnings)

0645 (local)
0745 (local)
0845 (local)

Gale warnings (on receipt and at these times)


Navigational warnings (on receipt and at these times)


Wind information (speed and gusts at St Helier VTS). Transmitted on VHF channel 18 every two minutes.

All times are in GMT / UTC (except where indicated).

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