In regions where both waves and tidal currents coexist, tidal flow can significantly alter wave parameters and hence affects the estimation of wave energy resources. This study uses a coupled wave-current numerical model to evaluate the influence of wave-current interactions on wave parameters. To achieve this, the simulation was performed in 3 stages. At first, a large-scale North Atlantic wave model was constructed using the spectral wave model TOMAWAC to generate wave conditions and boundary inputs. This wave model was calibrated and validated at four sites around the UK using field measurements. Secondly, a small-scale numerical model covering Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters, Scotland, UK, was chosen, and tidal flow and current speeds were simulated by the three-dimensional flow model TELEMAC 3D. As with the wave model, the flow model was also calibrated and validated with site measurements from an ADCP; thus, both models were validated. In the third stage, a coupled TOMAWAC-TELEMAC 3D model was employed for the small-scale region, and the wave parameters generated by the large-scale model were input as boundary conditions. The TOMAWAC-TELEMAC 3D coupled model was validated with field measurements at two locations in Orkney Waters, where waves and currents coexist. Various wave and tidal currents parameters produced from the coupled model are presented in the paper. To evaluate the wave-current impact on wave parameters, a qualitative and quantitative analysis of these parameters is carried out, and the results are presented and discussed in the paper. The large-scale and small-scale numerical models developed in this study are useful tools for generating wave boundary conditions and wave energy resource assessment, helping researchers and engineers better understand the characteristics of wave-current interactions.