The other day I was wondering what the tides would be like on a moon orbiting a gas giant. But then it occured to me that most large moons would be tidally locked, meaning that one face would always face the planet, just like Luna.
If that were the case, then there wouldn’t be any severe tides, just sloshes, and unpredictable tides from the other moons, and the slight effect of the sun.
So: are the major moons of Jupiter and Saturn tidally locked? Or not?