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Christmas Day Dip - 10am Grimsby and Cleethorpes Yacht Club

Description by David Herriott who added this swim

We are a group of open water swimming enthusiasts of varying abilities. Our members range from competitive swimmers and triathletes to social swimmers who enjoy swimming in relative safety with like-minded people.
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This is a crowd-sourced map. Abilities vary, and conditions change. Always assess risks for yourself before getting in.

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  • Added: 17/11/2017

    Along with year-round swimming opportunities, the club also offers a wide range of events. The annual Christmas and New Year swims are a great way to meet new swimmers and experience cold water swimming in the safety of an enclosed, professionally maintained dock. The Humber Bridge and Humber Mouth crossings have also grown in popularity and as such, we have had more opportunities to take larger groups underneath the Humber Bridge. Furthermore, due to the popularity of the Humber Mouth swim, more opportunities are now available to take up the challenge and, due to it being a club-run event, swimmers wishing to take part in the crossing will be able to train in the docks and meet swimmers who have completed the swim.

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    This is a crowd-sourced map. Abilities vary, and conditions change. Always assess risks for yourself before getting in.

    Shipping movements may effect swim times, however, the dock staff keep swimmers notified in advance.

    The docks are still tidal and so swimmers must be aware of currents .

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