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Safe Sea and its challenges at sea 2018-03-25T16:00:46+00:00

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SWIMMING OF LONG DISTANCES: GREAT CHALLENGES AT SEA

Objective: to offer effective, functional and prolonged protection

THE AFRICAN SWIMMER SARAH FERGUSON CROSSES THE KA’IWI CHANNEL IN 18 HOURS WITH SAFE SEA HELP

PREVIOUS ACHIEVEMENTS

​NIGHT TRAIN SWIMMERS

The Night Train Swimmers used Safe Sea in their attempt to break the world relay record from Santa Barbara to San Diego in 2013. During the attempt the team went through an area infested with Pelagia.

The group was convinced that Safe Sea was a crucial parameter to break world records. The swimmers were sprayed before each relief of one hour of swimming, which provided excellent protection in the more than 4 days of crossing (367 KM).

​CYPRUS ISRAEL SWIM

In 2014, the Cyprus Israel Swim relay team set the world record for the longest OWS with its 380 km of non-stop swimming, from Cyprus to Israel.

For 123 hours and 10 minutes (5 days 3 hours 10 minutes), the group was convinced that Safe Sea was a crucial element to beat the record. The swimmers were sprayed with Safe Sea before each relay of 1 hour of swimming.

TITA LLORENS​:​ TRAVESÍA ​EIVISSA-DÈNIA

For years Safe Sea offers protection and security in the challenges of long sea voyages. This is the case of the veteran and incombustible swimmer from Ciutadella, Margarita “Tita” Llorens. Images of the 48-year-old sportswoman, in her attempt to swim 90 km of the channel that connects Ibiza with Denia.