How deep is the River Thames?


The River Thames reaches a depth of about 37 feet at its deepest point. The Thames stretches some 215 miles from source to sea and is the longest river in England.

The depth of the Thames varies considerably at different points along its course. The river has a depth of only about 5.9 feet at the London Bridge. According to Thames River Trust, the river features 190 small islands that are formed by dividing streams, silt and sedimentary deposits that occur in 18 catchments. The River Thames is fed by 38 main tributaries that include rivers, brooks and several underground streams.

Q&A Related to "How deep is the River Thames?"
Apparently the River Thames is a tidal river, which means that the depth is constantly changing. It has tides like an ocean but the tides are not reliable for depth also.
the best accurate. In the estuary the charted depth (which can for most general purposes be considered as the depth at low water) is about 20 metres at its deepest . To get the depth
The Thames river has a length of 346 km (215 mi) a basin of 12,935 km2 (4,994 sq mi)
about 78.5 feet deep.
1 Additional Answer Answer for: how deep is the river thames
Below Teddington the River Thames is tidal and therefore the depth of water is always changing. It is even difficult to state the depth of water at high and low tides as the height of these tides are not the same each time.
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