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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Wild Swimming In Ireland To Be Launched

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Collins Press has published Wild Swimming In Ireland, a description of 50 places to swim in rivers, lakes and the sea by ILDSA observer Maureen McCoy and renowned photographer Paul McCambridge.

They are celebrating their launch on May 17th at the Cardan Bar and Grill in Lisburn, Northern Ireland on the River Lagan, the boundary between County Antrim and County Down.

For more information about the 128-page paperback book, visit Collins Press here.

Collis Press summarizes the new book.

"Two wild swimmers inspire you to get off the beaten track and find amazing locations for swimming, diving and snorkelling.Take a dip under the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge off the rugged coast of Ulster; circumnavigate Devenish Island in the freshwater Lough Erne; explore the rockpool at Hook Head Lighthouse; drop from high diving boards into Galway Bay; or slip along the Wild Atlantic Way’s hidden beaches and isolated coves.

Expert tips, spectacular photos and practical information make wild swimming safe and invigorating for everyone, whatever your swimming ability. Takethe plungein some of the most awe-inspiring corners of Ireland’s landscape

Copyright © 2016 by World Open Water Swimming Association

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