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No wonder twin keels are so popular there.

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Some parts of the world have two high tides and two low tides (semi-diurnal). Others have one high and one low (diurnal).

You are right the Med has very little tidal range. I have not been in tidal situations in Florida. The Bahamas (Abacos) has a range of about 3 feet.
A couple of days ago we had a -3.4 ft low and a +19.1 ft high. Tides in SE Alaska are usually twice a day.

The video below illustrates. The first 1:30 tells the story of Sept 1st last year. Lame excuses follow.

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Here's a terrific site about sailing a small boat in thin water around the coast
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