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[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.
[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 6Alice 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.
[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
 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