SeaStatus Marine Weather contains the tides, swells and other actionable marine weather and marine forecast conditions on a few simple screens. Only the best weather data built on top of NOAA, HYCOM and many other trusted sources. For free.

— MAPS —
• Over 2,000 locations
• Bathymetric overlay
• Hybrid satellite overlay
• Marine protected areas overlay

• Wind speed
• Wind direction
• Weather conditions
• Temperature
• Visibility
• Sunrise / sunset

• Swell height
• Swell direction
• Swell period
• Water temperature
• Current tide height
• High / low tide times

*Pro Marine Weather Forecasts Upgrade*
Explore all future conditions in beautiful, interactive charts.
• All locations
• Automated reports
• 5-day marine forecasts
• Hour-by-hour accuracy

SeaStatus is free to use for the current day's conditions.


$9.99 per year

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With the best marine weather data aggregating NOAA and other 3rd party weather sources; our focus is on good design, efficient user experience, and insightful marine weather, marine forecast and tide data.

What’s New

Version 2.3

- Faster and more accurate data crunching to improve the user experience.
- Squashed some reported bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
205 Ratings
205 Ratings
mycarman ,


How in the World can Huntington Beach, Malibu, and San Clemente Island all have the same exact wave heights and duration?? There is no possible way!! There are buoys all over SoCal and I can’t figure out which ONE you’re using. And the other “app” I am using for my information is NOAA’s website. Currently, your app marker for Huntington Beach has the wave height at 7.4 ft at 12 seconds..... The actual buoy marker lists it at 3.3 ft at 13 seconds. That could be extremely dangerous should it be the other way around!!!! Strive for accuracy please.

I’ll take your explanation. Although that’s an extremely large area to generalize current water conditions.

Developer Response ,

Hi there— Sorry for the confusion. You're absolutely right, they shouldn't be reading at the same wave height, but there may be another reason for this issue. It's possible that we're defining wave height differently than the buoys you reference. Or that there was a user interface/interaction issue.

We get our data from NOAA's Wavewatch III model and are reporting the combined wind wave and swell height. Or data isn't directly from a buoy, but a calculation derived from the array of local relevant buoys. We've found that buoys often stop reporting unexpectedly and have lots of missing info.

Happy to chat more about it if you email me directly at In any case, thanks for the feedback.

Here's the weather source link if you're interested :)

Pm226 ,

Needs Improvement

Long time user of this app. The new version lacks stations for 100+ mile stretch of coast. This stretch happens to be one of the busiest water ways for commercial and recreational boating in the southeast. The new version also gives no current wind speed. Wind direction and future forecasted winds are the only wind data available. The old version gave current and past wind speed which was helpful for boating plans. I contacted the developer and received a response but no changes were ever made. I do not use the app anymore but keep it in the hopes that changes will be made in future.

P1ngP0ng ,

lovely interface, but NOAA marine forecast not integrated

This could be a fantastic app… if the forecasts were adequately informed by the basic NOAA weather reports (it was pea soup fog on the water tonight and this was reflected in the NOAA marine report, but it wasn’t even mentioned on their weather report page.)

Technical support is non-existent, even for those of us who paid for the premium version. Attempts to contact them through the support page in the app get rejected by their mail server. there is no contact link at all on their web page. Shame on you Saltwater LLC


28.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
In-App Purchases
  1. Premium Forecast $4.99
  2. Premium Feature Subscription $9.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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