A Spring or King Tide is a tide that rises highest and falls lowest from the mean sea level at  any  time of the year and in any season of the year.

Perigean tides occur semimonthly as the result of the Moon  being  new or  full and increase the  speed  of tidal currents.

About three or four times a year (in the spring and the fall), the new or full moon coincides closely in time with the perigee of the moon the point when the moon is closest to the Earth. These occurrences are often called 'perigean spring tides.' (Credit: NOAA)

Note:  Now called  King Tides  to not confuse Spring the season with spring, the verb.