When the moon and sun are acting in opposition, the tides are known as neap tides; the tidal range is lower. So today's high tide (1001 at Whitby) is 4.4 metres above chart datum (chart datum is a virtual line around the coast representing the lowest ever tide) and the low tide will be 2.5 metres above chart datum.
Here's what todays neap high tide looks like at Runswick looking towards Kettleness:
That was a vertical tidal range of 1.9 metres, which exposed 58 metres of beach from the high tide strand to getting my boots wet at the low water mark.
High tide, looking towards Port Mulgrave: