Excursion swim

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Say Yes To Life open water swimmer emerging from an excursion swim
noun - Excursion swims are non-competitive open water swims that are of various lengths and range in various levels of difficulty and conducted with either bioprene or neoprene. They are held in all kind of open bodies of water, from salt to fresh, and warm to cold, and are generally done in groups where camaraderie, safety and adventure are the goals as is enjoyment, challenge, and self-discovery.

Examples

The Agua Fresca 1.2-mile Challenge and the Agua Fresca 2.4-mile Challenge are examples of non-competitive excursion swims.

Synonyms

open water swimming, adventure swimming, expedition swimming, sea trekking, swim trekking

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