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Sea Donkey in the media

Below is an archive of links with information on or relating to the Sea Donkey project – we’ll be updating this as more content arrives –

Cold Wet Bloke - 5 star review

“Sea Donkey is beautifully shot and is captivating and inspiring from start to finish. A must see film for swimmers, armchair swimmers and even non swimming (and possibly long suffering) families.”

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Iron Mike's Marathon Swims - Sea Donkey review

“Tenacity” is one of the adjectives used to describe Adrian Sarchet, resident of Guernsey, long distance swimmer and the 28th person to swim the Irish Channel, star of the film Sea Donkey”

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Viewer reviews of Sea Donkey on Facebook

“I watch a lot of sport documentaries but there’s honestly something special about this one”

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Sea Donkey is an award winner!

Sea Donkey is an award winner! World Open Water Swimming Association

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Bailiwick Express - Sea Donkey sees huge success

A film about one man’s attempt to swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland has surprised its star and its producer after fans demanded a fourth screening in Beau Sejour’s theatre…

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Guernsey Arts Commission - Sea Donkey wins category

We are so pleased to tell you that Sea Donkey won their category…

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Sea Donkey featured on ITV's Facebook page

Sea Donkey featured on the ITV Facebook page

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Marathon Swimmers Forum - Sea Donkey reviews

Reviews from viewers of the film

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Sea Donkey in Contact Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Ady & James are interviewed in the November issue of Contact magazine, talking about the swim and the making of the film…

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Sea Donkey in the Guernsey Press Oct 21st 2017

Sea Donkey gets the cover of the Guernsey Press weekend supplement ‘The Week’. 3 inside pages and the cover featuring an interview with Ady and James the filmmaker.

 

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Sea Donkey Stubbornly Swims To Success

Adrian Sarchet has a stubborn streak – an extremely useful characteristic for a channel swimmer who often faces cold, rough patches of water – especially on his search to achieve the Oceans Seven.

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Six Widths in a Yellow Cap

An article about Ady over on the Swim Treck site, complete with some additional photographs

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Adrian Sarchet Openwaterpedia page

Ady’s page on the Openwaterpedia site which is a unique, comprehensive, multi-lingual online reference and research tool for the endurance sports, triathlon and aquatic community. It is great for research, reference and enhancing one’s knowledge and appreciation of the sport

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Have you written about Sea Donkey?

Please let us know if you’ve featured Sea Donkey on your site, magazine or channel, we’d love to hear from you!