MIKE MOSS SAYS: Sandy, Sure thing. Just go to the web site below and click on the "North Carolina" link on the left hand side of the page. You'll see three sections of the NC coast listed (essentially the northern, central and southern coast), and can click on of those sections to access high and low tide tables covering the calendar year 2007 for many locations.
While that would be a primary source for that type of data, note that you can also more limited obtain tide listings and 24-hour projections from
At this site, most results default to a graphical display, but you can scroll to the bottom of the graphs and select a tabular data listing as well.
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