Dolphin Club Saipan will kick off its annual Summer Fun Open Water Series with a 2.5-kilometer Father’s Day Sunrise Wreck Swim on Sunday, June 16, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Saipan, in front of its Skipper’s Bar.
Registration starts at 5pm. In addition to on-site registration, interested participants may register online at bit.ly/fdwreckswim.
The Summer Fun OWS offers four more swims, two being qualifiers for the 7.25k Eagle Ray swim.
Paupau Triangle offers three swim distances: 50m, 1.5k, and the Eagle Ray qualifier, 3.5k. The swim begins at Paupau Beach with registration at 7am and start time at 8am on July 6, 2019.
The Paupau to Tanapag swim is another 3.5k Eagle Ray qualifier scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019. Registration begins on Paupau Beach at 6:45am, with start time at 7:30am.
The biggest swim, Eagle Ray, is a 7.25k swim from Paupau Beach to Managaha. Eagle is set for Saturday, Sept.14, 2019, with registration at 5:45am and start time at 6:40am. This swim requires each swimmer to have an approved kayaker as a safety escort to Managaha.
The Summer Fun OWS ends with the Halloween Hunter Moon Swim on Oct. 13, 2019. This fun night swim offers a .5k or 1k route at the Guma Sakman. Registration begins at 6:45pm and start time at 7:30pm.
All swims have a registration fee of $20 for non-DCS members, $10 for DCS members, and free for lifeguards with proof of certification.
Dolphin Club Saipan is the swim program of 500 Sails that offers free lessons for adults. Lessons are on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings at 6am.
To learn more about 500 Sails, visit http://www.500sails.org or follow it on Facebook at @500Sails. For more information, email at email@example.com. (PR)