River Tay

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River Tay
Tatha
River
St. Matthew's Church and Smeaton's Bridge.jpg
Leuking upstream (north) alang the Tay frae the centre o Perth
Kintra Unitit Kinrick
Part Scotland
Tributaries
 - left River Lyon, River Tummel, Isla
 - right Almond, Earn, River Braan
Soorce Allt Coire Laoigh
 - location Ben Lui, Scots Hielands, UK
 - elevation 720 m (2,362 ft)
 - coordinates 56°23′07″N 4°47′36″W / 56.38528°N 4.79333°W / 56.38528; -4.79333
Mooth Firth o Tay, North Sea
 - location Atween Perth, Scotland an Dundee, Scotland, UK
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
 - coordinates 56°21′18″N 3°17′54″W / 56.35500°N 3.29833°W / 56.35500; -3.29833Coordinates: 56°21′18″N 3°17′54″W / 56.35500°N 3.29833°W / 56.35500; -3.29833
Lenth 188 km (117 mi)
Basin 4,970 km2 (1,919 sq mi)
Discharge for Ballathie
 - average 169 m3/s (5,968 cu ft/s)
 - max 1,965 m3/s (69,393 cu ft/s)
 - min 11 m3/s (388 cu ft/s)

The River Tay (Gaelic: Tatha) is the langest river in Scotland an the sevent-langest in the Unitit Kinrick.