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Safe Sea World Records

Safe Sea sunscreens provides protection to break World Records! Safe Sea was there during: The longest continues relay World Record Swim The 2014 Cyprus to Israel World Record Swim Hillary Biscay Ultraman World Champion uses Safe Sea sunscreens Patti Bauernfeind and Tita Llorenz, 2014 and 2015 WOW Award Nominees swam…


Summer Sale 15% off

15% discount for all products!  Check in here often, more products will be added soon.  This offer is valid until 30 September 2016. Click here to start shopping and to apply your discount coupon!


Swim Around Phuket – with Safe Sea jellyfish protection

Swedish triathlete world champion Jonas Colting with the support of Apollo Travel Group and Thanyapura Phuket is going for a 120 km swim around the island of Phuket.

Jonas Colting likes adventures and is looking forward to this one.  The 7-day Swim Around Phuket island will start on 31 March 2016.  The total distance is 120 km and passes all the beaches on the west coast of Phuket and also the less tourist developed east coast. Swimming will be done in stages and each stage is between 10-17 km.

Jonas invites anyone who is interested in swimming with him for one or several stages.

We are very proud to be sponsor of Safe Sea sunscreens with jellyfish sting protection for the Swim Around Phuket.

Good luck to all participants and don’t get stung by jellies!

 


2015 Safe Sea in the USA

As everywhere around the world there are more and more unpleasant encounters with jellyfish.  As a result in 2015 sales of Safe Sea sunscreens with jellyfish sting protection went up.

GetSafeSea USA has launched a new video.  Thanks for sharing!

 


Huge numbers of colourful jellyfish flood Rayong Bay

Huge numbers of moon jellyfish were floating in Sivika Bay, part of the Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Samet National Park, near Samet Island, in Phe sub-district of Muang Rayong district, Rayong, on Friday [22 August 2014]. They flooded the bay, their white, brown and black colouring amazing tourists gathered on…


2013 World Record

A group of six swimmers completed an open ocean swim from Santa Barbara to San Diego. In the same time they broke the world record for open water relay swim.Their biggest challenge in the water were not sharks, but jellyfish. So they used Safe Sea Sunscreen for their protection. See…


Discovery NEWS – video

Discovery NEWS on Safe Sea Jellyfish Protective Sunscreen.  The video explains how jellyfish use their stinging cells as well as some insight research. Watch the video above or on YouTube.