The Manifesto

Toe in the water. Face in the water. Staying afloat.
Touching the bottom. One length without stopping.
Fifty lengths without stopping.
Diving from the 10 meter board, without a toe out of place.
Wading in amongst the horde, without running back out again.
Lying flat on my back. Out to the buoy and back.
Holding my breath. Holding court.
Relaying. Relaxing. Getting used to the water.
Getting fit. Getting faster.

Me and the water.

Our Manifesto, your manifesto

Our Manifesto, your manifesto

We are united in our love of the water. The early mornings. The after school lessons. The first break of the waves. The tussle for the ball. The little voice that tells us to push on... to get back in the pool, go one more length, get out to the buoy.

Me and the water.

What our brand means

What our brand means

From the Olympic swimmer, to the water polo player, to the daring diver, to the casual swimmer and those who take a dip in Dollymount in the summer, we are working to make the aquatics more accessible, safer and enjoyable for all.

The water means different things to different people, and the ‘Me and the Water’ brand represents the organisations commitment to representing all of those who have a relationship with the water.

More than the organisation’s logo...

More than the organisation’s logo...

The website, or the colours we use, the Swim Ireland brand is best represented by the ‘Me and the Water’ manifesto.

We believe in the aquatics. We believe in the value of all the sports that constitute the Swim Ireland family, and we believe that absolutely everyone has a relationship with the water that can be of benefit to them.