High tides and low tides are caused by the Moon. The Moon's gravitational pull generates something called the tidal force. The tidal force causes Earth—and its water—to bulge out on the side closest to the Moon and the side farthest from the Moon. ... When you're in one of the bulges, you experience a high tide.
If ocean water rises on full moon. And gravitational acceleration is not dependent on the mass of the attracted body. Just as a metal ball and feather falls at the same speed, why doesn't both bottle water and ocean water rise by same levels on a full moon?
If air is the reason, then on an atmosphere less planet does bottle water and ocean water rise by same levels?