Characteristic features of the spatial distribution of monthly and fortnightly tides in the Barents, Kara, Laptev, East Siberian, and Chukchi seas are considered on the basis of a harmonic analysis of multiannual observations of the sea level at 57 stations. The amplitude and phase responses are close to the static values only for the monthly tide in the Barents Sea. In the Kara Sea, the dynamic component of the tide becomes traceable. The tide demonstrates a dynamical behavior throughout the remaining area. The fortnightly tide demonstrates a clearly expressed dynamical behavior with an increasing progressive type of the wave from the west to the east.