Tideway tide times and flag status

Predicted high and low tide times at Richmond, Kew Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge, and the Ebb Tide Flag Status for the Thames Tideway


These predicted tide times from an external source should be used as a guide only. Always check the actual tidal condistion before going afloat and at all times during your outing. particularly if the tide is ‘on the turn’. Be aware that a rowing boat travels faster than the low tide or high tide point on the river, so while the tide may be going in one direction at the place you boat, it could be going in the opposite direction when you’ve spent 10 minutes rowing up or down stream.

British Rowing cannot accept responsibility for any injury or damage caused by the use of or errors in these tables.

Click the red links to get predicted tides further ahead at each location.

Richmond Lock


Kew Bridge


Barnes Bridge


Hammersmith Bridge


Putney Bridge


Ebb Tide flag status

This advisory status from the Port of London Authority applies to the ebb tide (when the tide is going out) and must be taken into account by all clubs in their own risk assessment. Always check with your club regarding whether you should go afloat.

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