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Mont Saint Michel tide question

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Hi, all! My husband and I are going to Mont Saint Michel as a one night side trip from Paris via public transportation in September. The train tickets are already booked, and we're staying at the Mercure that's near the causeway, so not right on the island.

The tide chart on the official website notes our arrival day as having very high tides, and says: "the access might be covered for a while from 12.85 meters". There are only a couple of days with this designation.

The Keolis (bus) website says: "Despite the high tides, Mont St Michel can be accessed via the causeway at any time of the day and all year round. Even at extremely high tides, the car parks are the only areas subject to flooding."

I'm a little confused about what exactly the official website means?

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