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The Irish Sea is too cold for swimming more than a few minutes, and the pounding surf will deposit a swimmer on the rocks.
I had a project a few decades ago at Greyabby on a sea lough just a few miles from this location and it was rare to not have a pounding surf.
This is the North East Coast of Ireland
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On the Delaware River at Fox Grove Marina Essington PA
Last edited by Ulladh; 09-18-2011 at 10:16 AM.