Swim Secure - Be Safe, Be Seen - Fine Saratoga Ltd

Swim Secure - Be Safe, Be Seen

have noticed an increasing amount of my customers are taking to the water outside, all around the country and I must say I really do admire your resilience.

I did start sea swimming in 2021, in the Solent. I managed to keep going until November but if I’m really honest it did start to get a bit too cold. (The last time I went I was barely able to get my thermal gloves off) So I have decided to take a break until March.

With the increasing popularity of open water swimming, Fine Saratoga received lots of enquiries about open water swimming products.  Essential kit like tow floats, dry bags, bobble hats

January 16, 2022 — Sarah Wilkinson
Best Swimming Cap  For 2022?  Here's Expert Help Finding The Right One For You! - Fine Saratoga Ltd

Best Swimming Cap For 2022? Here's Expert Help Finding The Right One For You!

A Very Happy New Year To You.

I hope that so far it has been enjoyable & is starting on a more positive note than 2021 

(that is if your start to 2021 was anything like mine – lockdown, Brexit, return to homeschooling…)

January is always a busy month for swim hats here at Fine Saratoga.

After indulging in a bit of festive excess, people are keen to get exercising again. Swimming has always been a popular choice which is available to most and can be enjoyed regardless of fitness ability.

I am frequently asked ‘which is the best swim hat for me?’ so I have put together a guide advising on which would be the best swimming hat for YOU.

January 07, 2022 — Sarah Wilkinson
Taking To The Open Water This Summer? - Fine Saratoga Ltd

Taking To The Open Water This Summer?

🌞If you've been enjoying or have been thinking about taking to the open water for a swim this Summer, here are a couple of products which will be especially useful for you. (although you won't need both at once! 🙈)
🏊‍♀️Swim buoy perfect for keeping you safe and visible while swimming in open water. The inflatable Tow Float is available in bright orange and pink to increase visibility to other water users.
July 31, 2021 — Sarah Wilkinson