If you enjoy open water swimming (or even better with us!), why not share your feedback so we can publish it and help motivate others to take up our sport. Email us to give your feedback.

[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] Really well organized, thanks guys and girls. My third time and the first in budgie smugglers!

Steve Roser
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] A big thank you to the organisers of this event. It was my first one and was brilliantly organised and really friendly. Thanks very much. Hope to do again.

Katie Cash
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] Great day for a #swim race. Thanks so much @edowsc for organising such a fun event!

James Salman
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] Thank you EDOWSC. A brilliant swim. See A Lotus_Rises blog post Jul 6

Alice Gartland
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] We would just all like to say a big thank you for an enjoyable day out at Studland Bay. We had lots of positive feedback about your well organised and friendly event. For 2 of the 12 members who attended it was their first ever swim event. We very much look forward to joining you again next year with more Shack Sharks in tow.

Sadie Bedford
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] Just wanted to say a big thank you for organising the swim yesterday. It
was a brilliant event with military precision organisation I thought!! I heard lots of people say so too - a real highlight in the swimming year! Thanks to the whole team for all their hard work.

Jonathon Easterbrooke
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] Thank you for a great day today. Brilliantly well organised event and lots of smiley happy faces to greet us. Thank you :o)

Emily Woodley
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] A fab event! Thoroughly enjoyed my swim!

Elizabeth Verth
[Re Seahorse Swim 2015] What a fabulous day for the seahorse event, so we'll organised so many helpful cheery folks! Looking forward to my 2nd Seahorse next year, thanks to the all the organisers, a super day out on your beautiful beach!

Jeannie Roberts
[2015] My first Seahorse swim. I loved it! Brilliantly organised, lovely folk, and polite and friendly swimmers. Can't wait until next year when they'll be even more sharks (Shack Sharks) in the water.

Deborah Herridge

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