The tide table lists heights and associated times for all high and low waters in 16 standard ports, and time and height corrections for approximately 200 secondary ports.
DIGITAL: The publication Tide Tables for the Norwegian Coasts and Svalbard. Photo. is from 2015 only available for download as a pdf. Photo: Morten Brun
The publication giving the tide tables for the Norwegian coast and Svalbard, Tidevannstabeller for den norske kyst med Svalbard, is the official tide table in Norway. It gives times and heights of high and low waters for 16 standard ports in Norway, and the British port of Dover. The publication is issued annually.
Download the tide tables
As a part of the Norwegian Hydrographic Service's long term strategy on releasing data, the publication is available for download, free of charge. The 2017 issue can be found here:
Tidevannstabeller for den norske kyst med Svalbard, samt Dover, England / Tide Tables for the Norwegian Coast and Svalbard (pdf 2 MB), in the updated version, published December 5th 2016, the excample A at page 13 is corrected.
Tide tables available on the web
Information with observed water level, tidal predictions, referencelevels, statistics etc. is found on our webservice Se havnivå.
Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT) is used as chart datum north of Utsira (an island close to Stavanger). In the southern part (between Utsira and the Swedish border) the tidal range is small and chart datum is 20 cm lower than LAT. In the inner Oslofjord chart datum is 30 cm lower than LAT.
The publication also contains information about chart datum relative to other tidal levels, return levels for extreme high and low waters and national vertical reference systems (Normalnull 1954 and Normalnull 2000).