11 Best Open Water Swim Watch

Updated on: November 2020

Best Open Water Swim Watch in 2020


Garmin Swim 2, GPS Swimming Smartwatch for Pool and Open Water, Underwater Heart Rate, Records Distance, Pace, Stroke Count and Type, Slate Gray

Garmin Swim 2, GPS Swimming Smartwatch for Pool and Open Water, Underwater Heart Rate, Records Distance, Pace, Stroke Count and Type, Slate Gray
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Garmin Swim 2 (Whitestone) GPS Swimming Smartwatch Power Bundle | with PlayBetter Portable Charger & PlayBetter Protective Hard Case | Underwater HR, Pool Swim & Open Water Mode, Stroke Type

Garmin Swim 2 (Whitestone) GPS Swimming Smartwatch Power Bundle | with PlayBetter Portable Charger & PlayBetter Protective Hard Case | Underwater HR, Pool Swim & Open Water Mode, Stroke Type
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • [GARMIN SWIM 2 BUNDLE] - Garmin Swim 2 Swimming GPS Watch, PlayBetter HD Screen Protector Film (4-Pack), PlayBetter Portable Charger (2200mAh), USB Charging Cable
  • [ON-WRIST HEART RATE & 24/7 WELLNESS MONITOR] - Provides accurate heart rate readings directly from your wrist with Elevate heart rate technology! Wellness monitoring features include all-day stress tracking, advanced sleep monitoring and more; Counts steps, monitors body battery, guided breathing and tracks workout.
  • [SWIM MODES + ADVANCED SWIM FEATURES] - Allows you to train in bodies of water such as lakes, oceans and rivers while recording your distance, pace, stroke count, stroke rate, stroke distance and SWOLF score. Track rests with the new auto rest feature; know your anaerobic threshold speed with Critical Swim Speed and track time/distance for drills with the Drill Logging feature.
  • [SLIM & LIGHTWEIGHT + GARMIN CONNECT] - Featuring an always-on, full-color Garmin Chroma Display that is easy to read even in direct sunlight; operated by a reliable five-button interface. Pair your watch with a compatible smartphone and download the Garmin Connect app to share, compete and interact with your fitness community.
  • [ESSENTIAL ACCESSORIES BUNDLE] - Keep your Swim 2 looking brand new with our PlayBetter Protective Hard Case + never have your electronics (watch, phone, speaker) be without a charge again with our PlayBetter Portable Charger!

Garmin Instinct, Rugged Outdoor Watch with GPS, Features GLONASS and Galileo, Heart Rate Monitoring and 3-axis Compass, Tundra

Garmin Instinct, Rugged Outdoor Watch with GPS, Features GLONASS and Galileo, Heart Rate Monitoring and 3-axis Compass, Tundra
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Rugged GPS watch built to withstand the toughest environments
  • Constructed to U.S. Military standard 810G for thermal, shock and water resistance (rated to 100 meters)
  • Built in 3 axis compass and barometric altimeter, plus multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, Glonass and Galileo) support helps track in more challenging environments than GPS alone
  • Monitor your estimated heart rate, activity and stress; Train with preloaded activity profiles
  • Stay connected with smart notifications (with a compatible smartphone) and automatic data uploads to the Garmin connect online fitness community
  • Use the Tracback feature to navigate the same route back to your starting point; Use the Garmin explore website and app to plan your trips in advance
  • Battery life: Upto 14 days in smartwatch mode, upto 16 hours in GPS mode, upto 40 hours in Ultratrac battery saver mode

FITVII GPS Smartwatch with 17 Sports Mode Activity Tracker IP68 Waterproof Swimming Touch Screen Watches, Heart Rate Monitor Sleep Trackers with Pedometer Step Calories Counter for Women Men

FITVII GPS Smartwatch with 17 Sports Mode Activity Tracker IP68 Waterproof Swimming Touch Screen Watches, Heart Rate Monitor Sleep Trackers with Pedometer Step Calories Counter for Women Men
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • 【BUILD-IN GPS & 17 SPORTS MODE】 Efficient and accurate GPS & GLONASS technology map your running path and speed without a mobile phone ; 17 Sports Mode accurately record your movements to makes your life more colorful; 7 Run Modes and 3 professional Swimming Modes. 7 types swimming data record: Distance, Laps, Time, Calorie, Strokes, Avg. Pace and Swolf. (Unable to monitor heart rate in water)
  • 【IP68 WATERPROOF & TOUCH COLOR SCREEN】IP68 and 5 ATM high-level waterproof rating of the smart watch which can be used for swimming and doing other water activities. But it can’t be used for hot baths or diving. More intelligent 1.3”high definition touchscreen that you can slide up, down, left and right. Multiple clock display styles and adjustable screen brightness.
  • 【24/7 HR MONITOR & SLEEP TRACKING】FITVII fitness tracker automatically monitors dynamic heart rate for 24h, allowing you to adjust the intensity of your workout. Automatically capture your sleep and comprehensive analysis your sleep quality data (Deep sleep, light sleep, wake-up time) Upload the real time data to phone app and keep you healthy.
  • 【NOTIFICATION & MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS】FITVII exercise watch will vibrate to remind you when you receive Phone Calls, SMS and SNS, it can store 10 messages, never miss a call or a message; Sedentary reminder will vibrate you to relax when you work for long time; More functions: Pedometer, distance, calorie, Fatigue test, remote camera, stopwatch, alarm clock, Compass, Standing time, Event and Timer.
  • 【LONG BATTERY LIFE &COMPATIBILITY】FITVII bracelet can work about 5-7 days with 2.5h fully charge. Download “Zeroner Health Pro” app, it requires a smart phone Android 4.4& IOS 9.0 and above with Bluetooth 4.2. Compatible with "Apple Health" and GPS data can be synced to “Strava” via Zeroner app.

SUUNTO Spartan Trainer Wrist HR - Steel

SUUNTO Spartan Trainer Wrist HR - Steel
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Battery life up to 10 hours in training mode
  • GPS tracking with speed, pace, and distance
  • Ready for all your sports: swimming, running, cycling, gym, hiking, and more
  • Convenient wrist-based heart RATE
  • Compact size and optimal fit for sports and daily wear

Garmin Swim 2 GPS Swimming Smartwatch with Wearable4U Power Pack Bundle (Slate)

Garmin Swim 2 GPS Swimming Smartwatch with Wearable4U Power Pack Bundle (Slate)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • IN THE BOX: 1 x Garmin Swim 2SmartWatch, 1 x Wearable4U Ultimate Power Pack that contains Wearable4U Power Bank 2200 mAh, Wearable4U Wall and Car USB Charging adapters
  • Swim anywhere, train everywhere with Garmin Swim 2, the GPS swimming smartwatch. Use it in the pool or in open water to monitor underwater heart rate at the wrist and track distance, pace, stroke count, stroke type and distance per stroke.
  • Pool swim mode: Records distance, pace, stroke count, stroke type and SWOLF (gauges swimming efficiency)
  • Open-water swim mode: Uses built-in GPS for swims in lakes, oceans or rivers; records distance, pace, stroke count, SWOLF, stroke rate and stroke distance
  • Offers advanced features for staying on pace, logging drills and more. Includes free online analysis, custom workout creation, storage and sharing on Garmin Connect online community

Garmin Forerunner 735XT, Multisport GPS Running Watch with Heart Rate, Midnight/Frost Blue

Garmin Forerunner 735XT, Multisport GPS Running Watch with Heart Rate, Midnight/Frost Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • GPS running watch with multisport features
  • Estimates heart rate at the wrist so you can run freer on race day
  • Provides advanced dynamics for running, cycling and swimming7, including ground contact time balance, stride length, vertical ratio and more (when paired with a Running Dynamics Pod, HRM-Run or HRM-Tri Monitor, sold separately)
  • Offers VO2 max estimate, lactate threshold (when used with a chest strap heart rate monitor), race predictor and recovery advisor
  • Connected features4: smart notifications, automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, live tracking and more
  • Customize with free watch faces, apps and more from our Connect IQ store

Speed Hound Sale Swim Buoy - Open Water Swim Buoy Flotation Device with Dry Bag and Waterproof Cell Phone Case (Highlighter Yellow) for Swimmers, Triathletes, and Snorkelers. Floats for Safer Swims

Speed Hound Sale Swim Buoy - Open Water Swim Buoy Flotation Device with Dry Bag and Waterproof Cell Phone Case (Highlighter Yellow) for Swimmers, Triathletes, and Snorkelers. Floats for Safer Swims
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Highly Visible in Lakes, Oceans, and other Open Water: This Highlighter Yellow color is specially designed to be extremely bright and noticeable against water for boats, kayaks, canoes, surfers and paddle boarders to see you. Created by an Ironman triathlete who rely on this for personal safety.
  • Includes Dry Bag and Bonus Cell Phone Case: This buoy has a large dry bag compartment that can hold personal items such as keys, ID, credit cards, money, goggles, phone and water shoes. We also included a bonus cell phone specific dry bag that will fit most cell phones. Putting the cell phone bag inside the buoy compartment ensures that your expensive phone has double protection from moisture .
  • For Swimmers, Snorklers, and Triathletes: Take this bag with you wherever you are going to be in open water where you want to be seen. It is light and packs up nicely, making it ultra portable. Take it with you when you are doing Stand Up Paddling. Never leave home without this!
  • Adjustable and Durable: This buoy is highly adjustable to fit around your waist and is made of high quality, durable 190T nylon that has two inflatable chambers.
  • Lifetime Warranty: We will cover this buoy for as long as you own it!

Huawei Band 3 Pro All-in-One Fitness Activity Tracker, 5ATM Water Resistance for Swim, 24/7 Heart Rate Monitor, Built-in GPS, Multi-Sports Mode, Sleep Tracking, Gold, One Size

Huawei Band 3 Pro All-in-One Fitness Activity Tracker, 5ATM Water Resistance for Swim, 24/7 Heart Rate Monitor, Built-in GPS, Multi-Sports Mode, Sleep Tracking, Gold, One Size
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • AMOLED touch display: color screen and adjustable screen brightness; full screen touch and home button control - built-in GPS tracks workouts without your phone
  • 5ATM: 50M water resistance, pool swim and open water with a 6-axis imu sensor, providing stats for stroke style detection, distance, laps, swolf, number of strokes and calories
  • Multi-sports mode: indoor/outdoor run, walk, indoor/outdoor cycle, swim, free training and various exercise types - 24/7 heart rate monitor: provides precise real-time heart rate data
  • Sleep tracking: true sleep 2.0, developed in collaboration with Harvard medical school’s cdb center, identifies the 6 most common sleep-related issues, and gives suggestions for better sleep
  • Camera remote: doubles as a Camera shutter remote for your smartphone - take better selfies, group photos, and shots at distances without carrying an extra Camera shutter remote

New Wave Swim Bubble for Open Water Swimmers and Triathletes - Be Bright, Be Seen & Be Safer with New Wave While Swimming Outdoors with This Safety Swim Buoy Tow Float (Fluo Orange)

New Wave Swim Bubble for Open Water Swimmers and Triathletes - Be Bright, Be Seen & Be Safer with New Wave While Swimming Outdoors with This Safety Swim Buoy Tow Float (Fluo Orange)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • New Wave Swim Bubble is the ultralight swim buoy that provides a safe way to float and rest during your swims. New Wave Swim Bubble is the best open water swim buoy for those looking for a simple swimming buoy without any additional weight-adding features.
  • The Bubble is similar to the original New Wave Swim Buoy but it is crafted without the attached dry bag compartment. We know not everyone needs to bring their wallet, car keys and cellphone with them for their Ironman training swims. The Bubble swim safety buoy is larger, more buoyant, and lighter than its predecessor, the New Wave Swim Buoy.
  • The Swim Bubble gently tows behind you without pulling you back or adding extra drag to your swim. The Swim Bubble provides reassurance for safer swimmers by adding extra visibility and floatation, in case you cramp up or simply need rest. The Swim Bubble is light (8oz) so it will be easy to bring with you on a paddleboard or kayak trip. While the New Wave buoy and bubble safe swim series add to your swim safety, they do not replace a personal flotation device (PFD) or a life vest.
  • Swimmers in black wetsuits are virtually invisible in the open water, but the New Wave Swim Bubble will display your location prominently. Pair this brightly-colored swim float with a New Wave swim cap to be exceptionally noticeable. Be Bright & Be Seen by speed boats and jet skis to avoid getting decapitated. Some have even said this swimmers buoy may be visible from space, but that might just be due to advancements in satellite technology.
  • The New Wave series of triathlon training buoys help make you a safer swimmer by combining utility with visibility. This New Wave buoy is essentially a lifeguard float which will help track or log your swims with a coach, lifeguard or swim buddy.

Polar M430 GPS Running Watch, White, Small

Polar M430 GPS Running Watch, White, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Optical heart RATE - continuous, accurate heart RATE without a chest strap via a 6 LED optical sensor
  • Integrated GPS - speed, distance, pace and route tracking
  • 24/7 activity tracking - Track your daily activity, including steps, calories and sleep with the guidance to help you reach your activity Goal
  • Vibration alerts - be alerted with Vibrating Smart notifications of incoming calls, messages or during training and periods of inactivity
  • Rechargeable Battery - three different GPS recording options to choose from allow for 8 hours to nearly 30 hours of training time
  • Resolution: 128 X 128; Water Resistance: WR30

"Por La Libre" Open Water Swim 3k, 10k from Isla Mujeres to Cancun, Mexico

A exciting day for me. Can I make it ? Over 500 swimmers are saying "I Think I can." Swimmers from around the world will try to be number one or like me just to finish.


But, I vowed six months ago to make this swim, and have practiced my swimming daily and even quit smoking....for now. So, for this 66 year old, my mental strength is at its best. The physical part of me is in question. As I write this in real time I will tell you what is really going on in my head. I will not edit this after the race. In other words, if I do not get eaten by sharks, or take too many gulps of sea water, this adventurous story will continue.


It's Thursday night at the informational meeting. Everything is in Spanish, "no hablando Spanish! " But, I have questions and am overwhelmed with fear and confusion."What if " precedes every thought I have in my head. Then, Rafa, a friend of mine, comes up to me and asks "are you OK? " I must of looked a little shell shocked. But, talking with him helped my panic to start to dwindle. He says "don't worry there are many non-professionals in the competition, you will be ok." He gave me some advice on how to maneuver thru current on the first phase of the swim. He said "once you get to the underwater museum, it should be clear sailing after that." He assured me if I have a problem there will be boats to pick me up.


Now I am going to try describe the thinking that started to overcome me. All of a sudden I started to feel at peace and yet excited. Still with a good fear, but it felt almost orgasmic, almost like I did when I drank and used drugs, but without the shame and guilt. This is something new for me, but I like it ! I guess you could say it`s getting high on life "la..natural."


The rules are pretty relaxed for us rookies. We can take a break on one of the floating buoys, but a swimmer must pass between the markers. One can flag down a boat if a drink of water is needed, and it is ok to touch the boat. Also, at any time a swimmer can hop into the boat and call it quits. Oh, but I would be so embarrassed if that happens to me!

I have been told that for us non-professional swimmers we allowed to use fins. At this point I have not decided to add web feet to my wardrobe. I haven`t practiced with fins. I am asking myself, ``Would that make me look like a wimp?`` You see, I thought we had the five hours to complete the swim. It is actually four and a half. I guess that means less breaths and more strokes.


Friday morning... 4:00 am. I slept well but got up way too early. I am excited, got my camera and all my supplies ready. Trying to relax today. I am required to go to the boat launch sight. They are going to paint a number on my arm. I guess it's if they find my remains and then they can somehow identify me. Does this mean I can`t take a shower tonight? I hope not, I do not want to smell funny for all the beautiful fish.

Now, I have called a cab for tomorrow morning to take me to the boat that will take all 500 of us to the island. Tomorrow's plan is to wake up at 3:00 am, cab pick up 4:00 am, and then take a boat from Cancun to the island at 6:00 am. Swim starts at 7 30. I hope, I will arrive in Cancun at noon. Awards are at one pm. But, I am not expecting one, just hope to hold my own.


Friday....went to the official body marking festivity. This was an event in it self. They wrote my number on my back, both arms, hands and both legs. All I kept thinking was if I get eaten one of the sharks my remaining pieces I presume would have my number on it. I suppose I should notify my next of kin and tell them I am number 1387. I am really not worried about the sharks. I know all of them....but one.

They were expecting 500 swimmers but so far it is up to 900 and 60 kayak entrees. These swimmers are very cheerful energizing people who are very supportive of one another. Everyone seams to know they are competing with themselves. Their intention is to have fun and just finish.

I introduced myself to as many swimmers that I could at least the ones that spoke English. Most of them did. I have found most of these swimmers from around the world is well educated, employed people who have a hobby of staying in good health. They are enthusiastic about life and family.

As I took off my shirt to get my numbers painted on my body. I felt somewhat embarrassed to show my tan-less body thinking this is a sure sign of not practicing enough. Surrounded by hundreds of muscular body's, both male and female. I asked myself "what am I was doing here?" Then realizing the problem is not them but me with doubt about my self image. The more people I talked to and the more support I got, my fear started to leave. This 66 year old started to reassure my confidence that "I can make it."

All the swimmers were invited to a healthy dinner at "Carlos and Charles," a well-known restaurant in the hotel zone in Cancun. On my way I meet David Ortega and his wife from Mexico City. This was his 15th year of swimming and his 100th competition. He said "every time I do this I get more excited ! Every swim is different depending on the conditions." He added " It's a good brake from my job and I always feel better when it is over." Hi wife added " I am his cheering section, it is like a vacation for me."

At this point I am still debating whether I should use fins. I asked David " I want your honest opinion should I use fins?" He said " No just go for it and do your best." OK, decision made ....no fins.

At the dinner I sat next to two sisters who are relativity new to open water swimming. Ana Lucia Munoz and Lilana Munoz Garcia both from Mexico. Ana has been swimming for five years and this was her 3ed competition. Lilana, three years of practice and her 1 st official swim. Ana said "Today is my birthday and this swim is a good way to celebrate! I practice five to six days a week. Every time I do I increase my psychical and mental strength. This carry's over to my personal and business life." Her sister added "Since this is my first, I am really nervous. Especially knowing my family will be here to cheer us on. I do not want to let them down."

I made my way back home to Puerto Morelos about 15 miles south of Cancun. All of a sudden I became starved for more food even though I just had a dinner. So I ordered a pizza with everything on it. I ate the whole thing. Probably not a good choice on "the night before." Well as I finish writing this report I must get some sleep. My alarm is set for three am. I will go to bed visualizing me completing the 10k swim.

Its Saturday morning,... feel well and very excited and nervous. Have everything ready to go. It is now 4 18 a.m. the cab is three minutes late. I start to panic and call Emilio, my driver "Where are you?" He said "a few blocks away." I took a sigh of relief. Well ,more later !

It is Saturday evening, just got home. Well my day did not go as planned but was one of the greatest experiences of my life. Here is what happened. I will write this tonight and over the next few days.

Arrived at the launching sight for the boat to take all swimmers from Cancun to the island of Isla Mujeres at five am. Had an opportunity to meet the two sisters from the dinner last night and their family { their groupies}...great people!

As a thousand swimmers and fan gather for the boat launch the crowd was unexpectedly silent. Everyone carefully listing to the FINA official go over the rules. I had no idea what they were talking about. I asked one of my swim friends if there was anything I need to know? He said "yes, the markings on the back of your legs tell you what group your in. You are in the first group to jump in the water." I guess the slow ones start out first.

As I click away to get as many photos that tell a story. I watch what everyone is doing. So, I do the same. I put on my sun block, adjust my goggles for a good fit. Then try on my beautiful swimming cap and stretch my mussels. Like that is going to make a difference at this point. I made arrangements for someone to take my camera right before I take the plunge. I will pick it up on the other end. Got some great photos and video on our 45 minute trip to the island. The trip was beautiful. The sun was rising and in the distant horizon you could see the shadow of the island. Then as night turned into day you could see the vegetation on the floor of the sea through the crystal clear blue water.

The ship arrived on the peer. They called for the first group to line up and stand on the peer. We did and again no one was talking. One official announced "you are not allowed to ware a watch." This would really mess me up because my whole game plan was on a time duration. He then corrected himself and said watches are OK. We all walked to the end of the peer and jumped in the water and waited for the whistle to blow. By this time most of the kayaks had taken off. The sweet but scary sound of the whistle came and we were off.

We were warned about how strong the current would be and they were right. I started out fast and slowly got into my pace. From now on it's a head game. My logic kept telling me to swim toward the little hotel I could barley see in the distance. Swimmers were passing me by but I was OK with that. I was going to stick to my plan to take it easy and last the four and a half hours, which was my top goal, the second promise to myself was to finish the 10k.

After an hour I noticed I was all alone. One of jet skis came to me and said {they all spoke English} "you are going the wrong direction you do not want to end in Cuba do you?" I said "No but I have never been their. I think it's only about 100 miles from Cancun." I changed my position.They laughed as they speed away to check the next lost swimmer.

I started to figure it out, my logic was wrong. I do not swim towards the finish spot. I had to swim in a 90 degree angle to my left so the current would put me in the right direction. I probably wasted 30 minutes to learn this lesson.

It is now two hours into the swim. I am not tired. Still very confident but start thinking about where I would be if I was using the fins? Oh, cant think about those things those thoughts could put doubt in my mind. I have to concentrate on my swim, my time. I see a boat approaching me. They ask "Are you OK, do you want to get in the boat?" I said "No I am fine." He said "You are a good swimmer but I have been watching you for 20 minutes and you only moved ten feet." I answered "At least I am going the right direction, I am making progress." We then both started to sing "Row...Row...Row, your Boat" he then shook his head and left.

I continued feeling very much at peace. No fear of sharks, drowning or getting lost...again. All of a sudden I see this huge ship quickly coming toward me. It was gray in color and when it got closer I could see Policia on the side. They were yelling at me, I think... saying "you cant swim here." I said jokingly "I am not swimming here!... I am on my way to Cancun." I think they understood because they did not smile. They were getting ready to throw a lifesaver tube to me as I keep telling them "no problemo." Quickly from the North I see my bodyguards on the jet ski pull up to the federallies and explain to them about the old man who thinks he can make it to Cancun. They all give me thumbs up as they speed away.

For my next hour I modified my strokes. Swim, breast, back and side strokes. I lost my goggles which I was not using anyway. But I did want to see the famous underwater museum which I would be swimming over soon. I could take a break but if I did the current would again push me way of course. So I had to keep on surging. Time is going very slow, two and a half hours in. My brain is wandering thinking about my past and other challenges I was in. Remembering one competition I was in {when I was younger} when they had a marathon contest called a "Handathon." you put your hand on a truck and the last one standing wins the truck.

I tried to reminisce on my mental condition not the event but my frame of mind. What was I thinking? Before I out lasted everyone for 94 hours and 20 minutes before I won the truck. I continued with my thoughts about how many years ago I overcame an addiction problem and was in a wheelchair for two years because of a back problem. I am also a survivor of prostate Cancer. These issues were racing through my mind. Not the problems but how I worked through them. I kept telling myself. This swim challenge is an opportunity to use those experience's and draw strength to finish this swim.

This helped me to go back to that "controlled energy moment." I was now their, in my head and heart. I see a large boat and Cancun looks close. All of a sudden I felt a new energy I feel proud, I will make it to Cancun !

As I approached the boat it took me ten minutes to go the last ten feet. It is now three hours. I asked how much futher to Cancun? They said "This is the 3k finish point. I said "Excuse me." He said "look behind you, see how big the building's look." He added "Now look at Cancun see how small the buildings look." So I quickly calculated that at the rate I was swimming I would be in Cancun by the end of the Mayan calendar in 2020. I still was not tired and told him I want to keep on going. He said "Sorry according to the rules {In Spanish} that you signed we cant let you continue.You are just to far behind."

I felt disappointed, I failed! Till....I got on the boat it was filled with people who did not complete the 3k and the 10k swim. So maybe it's not all that bad with me making the 3k after all. The rough seas were a challenge for all the swimmers. Out of the 902 swimmers who started only 318 finished. Now how about the 318 who did finish. The winner did it in two and a half hours. WOW....they live by the principle of "How do you get to Carnegie Hall," practice, practice...practice.

On the way back we kept picking up the exhausted swimmers. This was a big boat and it was rocking back and forth. I saw several people, sea sick with their head hanging over the side trying to feed the fish with the good dinner we had the night before.

The boat took us about 200 yards away from the finishing point so we all swam in and got our congratulations. Everyone who participated received a ribbon with a medallion. All the swimmers were invited to a scrumptious buffet lunch. The awards followed.

Life's lessons....are learned by success and failure. Most people archive nether, many live in a stalemate ! Bottom line is we are meant to be happy. If were not we must do something different....change something ! Right or wrong.... success or failure growth cannot happen if you do not try. This was a blast and what a revaluation I possessed...again.

Stay tuned for my next adventure. I am soon on my way to Thailand to volunteer for one year.

Jim Kaszynski......."The Idea Man" ........P.S. Please try this at home !

To get the full visual effect of the swim, check out my short video on utube.

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