Night Train Swimmers Rocking Into Their Second Night

Night Train Swimmers Rocking Into Their Second Night

The Night Train Swimmers put on their Transderm Scōp patches before they set off on their 228-mile non-stop relay swim along the California coast.

And the patches that go behind the ear have come into good use.

Captain Vito Bialla reports from aboard the Sequel on their second night of rough seas, “Spirits high but we are getting spotty Internet. Winds at 15 mph as we are crossing the shipping lane now. We have roughly 160 miles to go to finish.

Everybody remains strong and going about their business. Tough crowd we have
.”

As a charity swim for the Navy SEAL Foundation, no less is expected…especially under the watchful eye of Captain Bialla.

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