In June, we challenge you to 30 Days of Water – 30 days of Me and the Water time, however you like it best.Continue reading "30 Days Of Water Challenge, supporting RNLI"
Our challenge for Me and the Water members in June is to commit to me and the water time every day in June – and hopefully raise some funds for the RNLI, whose volunteer lifeboat crews are always ready to support us, if we need them.Continue reading "30 Days Of Water tips"
Ever been down on the beach and wondered what the heck ‘The Claw’ is, or why people are talking about ‘swell’, or what they are going to use their ‘Vaseline’ for? Well, you’ve come to the right place!Continue reading "Open Water Swimming Lingo Glossary!"
We are delighted to open up entries to our first Me and the Water members Monthly Challenge – the Me and the Water Hat Photo Competition! We want to see photos of you and your Special Edition swimming hat, designed by the wonderful Cathy Hogan, having the best Me and the Water time! This competition […]Continue reading "Me and the Water Hat Photo Competition"
Siobhan Russell is a freelance professional photographer, who swims nearly every day throughout the year at Myrtleville Beach in Cork. She has been documenting the swimmers who swim there and their swims for nearly 10 yearsContinue reading "7 Photo Tips from Ocean Photographer Siobhan Russell"
Clem McInerney is an extremely talented surf photographer, videographer and surfer based on the West Coast of Ireland. He spends most of his time behind the lens, in the sea.Continue reading "5 Photo Tips from Ocean Videographer Clem McInerney"
I HAVE been lost several times in my life. Twice people so close to me have passed away suddenly, leaving this numbness inside that made memories hurt.
Even the glowing, vintage thoughts of building sandcastles with Mam on that wonderful Inchydoney beach.Continue reading "Water reconnected me to living – Caitriona Kehily"
THERE is deeply ingrained shyness and pessimism within me, that can only be cleaned by sea water.
Growing up, my confidence was any old horse, or my dog. When I went anywhere attached to them, it was like a superhero cloak.Continue reading "The sea is my cape – Jessica Lamb"