‘The Sea’ – new interactive app for Dublin sea users

by Rose Barrett
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‘The Sea’ is a new geo location app for all sea users, writes Rose Barrett.

Along with necessary details for swimmers and watersport enthusiasts the app features podcasts, blogs and advocacy on Blue Health, and offers ways to get involved with environmental issues relating to the sea in Ireland.

A user can add locations, information and images about their favourite sea spots and save it all for speed of access on the app.

The Sea features geo located pins on coastal and sea sites of interest and activity which provide users with details such as water temperature, tide times, swell height and wind speed.

Users are also invited to input their own favourite spots. The App is divided into four sections – Activities, Environment, Culture and Advocacy – and features a podcast section called the Seapod.

Devised by environmentalist and daily sea swimmer, Peter O’Brien, he is inviting individuals and organisations to get involved in The Sea and to contribute to the newly launched wiki app.

Read more in this weeks Dublin Gazette

Individuals are invited to submit their own favourite spots for swimming and sea activity.

The Sea is interactive, people can add to it and engage with us, this app will grow as people add to it. My aim is for it to be the best information and educational resource for sea enthusiasts in Dublin and across Ireland,” stated Peter. 

Designed by renowned Irish artist and designer Niall Sweeney, you can download for Android and IOS via www.thesea.ie

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