There was a magnitude 7.8 earthquake about 20 km offshore of northern Chile on 30 July 1995 which produced a tsunami of 1.3 m at Caldera and which was seen in many records across the Pacific (information from NTF, Australia).
Documentation added 1996-06-17
Data 1994-95 received directly from the supplying authority (SHOA)
Documentation added 1997-11-14
1996 data received from the University of Sea Level Center Instrument type: standard mechanical (10/1982 - 12/1985);Metercraft bubbler (12/1985 - present) (primary);Handar Encoder model 436A (11/1986-present) (back-up)
Documentation added 1997-12-09
1994-95 data revised with data received from the UHSLC
Documentation added 1998-12-15
1997 data received from the University of Hawaii Sea Level Center
Documentation added 1998-12-31
Data for 1996 revised in December 1998
Documentation added 2001-01-26
For a review of the new Chilean tide gauge network, see "Tides in the Chilean Coasts" by Juan J. Fierro, Hydro International,Jan/Feb 2001, pp.7-9. Taken as a continuos record by TOGA sea level center but many ad-hoc datum corrections made to the original data.
Documentation added 2016-10-18
Completely revised dataset has been supplied by SHOA seems to be a combination of both id's 618 and 1554.
Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service of the Chilean Navy Errazuriz 254 Playa Ancha Valparaiso