I'm bored...what's everyone up to tonight then?!
Yes, the sea does feel warm because the water is about 16° at the moment, and at night the air temperature is below that.
Glow stick are put through the goggles straps and safety pinned to the back of the costumes. It is easy to lose each other in the water so the glow sticks help us stay together. Not sure that makes it safer though as Harry can't swim in a straight line. I now know what it is that goes bump in the night.
I am so jealous I love night swimming, used to do it all the time. And yes totally agree with you it feels warmer then during the day.
Actually just give me a splash of water and I go skinny dipping in lakes, seas, ice holes, fountains you name it at any time.
Went on a night dive once it was fantastic
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