In Association with

Once again, Breast Cancer Now, volunteering in the Isle of Man, have teamed up with Beach Buddies to raise money for both causes.  Find out more about the work Beach Buddies do here.

For Health & Safety reasons, in order to take part in the New Year’s Douglas Dip, you must sign up in advance.  This can best be done using our online sign up form (now closed for 2022 but you can also download and complete an entry form and bring it with you on the day).

Please aim to meet at the Promenade Pavilion opposite the Queen’s Pub (see map below) for 9:30am onwards, along with your signed and printed Signup Form (if you can’t print a form, then don’t worry as there will be spare forms available at the event) or if you have signed up online, then just let us know your participation number. You will be allocated with a wristband that must be worn at all times.

Marshals (in pink hi-vis vests) will be on hand to help you register for the dip and for your safety on the day. The Dip is weather-dependant, so an announcement will be made on local radio if the dip is going ahead or not (this information will also be posted on our website/Facebook page/Twitter etc at around 8.30am on the 1st Jan).

What is the Douglas Dip?

Annual sea dip on New Year's Day every year, in association with Beach Buddies, and kindly supported by Douglas Coastguard, St. John's Ambulance. Sponsored by Canada Life International.
Raising Funds for Breast Cancer Now Volunteering in the Isle of Man
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