Cool-Swim - Jellyfish protection system

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The best protection against jellyfish!

Adding a cool-swim to your safety equipment, allows you to swim anytime anywhere regardless of the presence of jellyfish.

Cool-Swim is THE JELLYFISH PROTECTION SYSTEM, lightweight, compact and portable.

A fine gage bottom weighted net sustained by an inflatable float ring, creates a swiming pool that can be deployed from your boat /Yacht or tender.

This pool allows you to swim in jellyfish infested waters without being stung, also keeps your children close, and safe.

Quick and easy to use, A cool-swim boat pool can be launched and retrived in several minutes.

The nets are bottom weighted to minimise drifting. Each pool comes with a small ventilated storage bag,foot pump, repair kit, and instructions.

A small investment for your safety and peace of mind.

20 Kg
8 ft - 2,5 m
Storage size:
Small bag
13 x 16,5 ft (4x5m)
Surface area:
215sq ft (20m²)
Number of people:
Je viens de baptiser mon cool-swim, rien à dire. Produit très pratique, et surtout rapide à mettre en œuvre. Reçu dans les temps, service professionnel.
Nous avions déjà l'ancien modèle depuis 5 ans maintenant. Grands-parents depuis peu, nous avons commandé le nouveau pour en faire cadeau à notre fils afin qu'il puisse en faire profiter les petits.
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The Cool-Swim has a limited warranty for one year against defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase. It is not warranted against punctures, tears, material fading, or failure due to over-pressure. This warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages due to the use of Cool-Swim. Locarama/Cool-Swim shall not be liable for any misuse of this product.

All sales are final, except in the event in the event that the product is deemed to be defective. If a customer has a defective pool claim the product may be returned to Locarama for evaluation. If Locarama agrees that the product is defective, a replacement pool will be provided.

Enjoy a safe swim without getting stung!

Launching your pool
Start by taking the pool out of its storage bag and unraveling the pool on the swim platform, or on the side deck of your boat if you do not have a swim platform. Locate the tie strap on the outside of the pool nearest to the air valves and tie onto the tie strap a short length of rope to use as a security line (3 – 5 feet long). Use this line to control the pool as you feed the pool into the water, you can put your swim ladder into the pool. When the pool is fully inflated tie this line to your Boat to secure the pool.

To inflate the pool, put the air valves on the pool into the closed position, and begin pumping with the included pump. Feed the pool into the water as you inflate it. In the event of a strong current, there are four tie straps on the bottom of the netting: these straps can be used to attach more weight.
It is highly recommended not to deploy the pool in less than 10 feet (3 meters) of water!

Once the pool is fully inflated, remove the pump from the valves and put the dust covers back on the valves. Lay your swim ladder into the pool and tie the security line/s to your boat You are now ready to swim. Enjoy!

Retrieving your pool
To retrieve the pool, first untie the security line. Hold on to the security line and lift the swim ladder out of the water. Open the air valves dust covers on the float ring and put the valves into the open position. Much of the air in the float ring will rush right out. Gently, hand over hand, bring the pool up out of the water and onto the swim platform or the side deck of the boat. Let any water drain from the netting.

Rinsing, Drying, and Storing your pool
If you want to dry the pool right away, you can spread it out on your deck to dry. If you are heading to another anchorage, you can let the pool sit in your cockpit or on your aft deck or you may wish to temporarily store it in a plastic bag.
Before storing your pool, rinse it with fresh water and let it fully dry in the sun. To roll up the pool, lay the pool out and find the end of the float ring opposite the air valve. There should be a tie strap near that position. Put the valves into the open position. Begin rolling the float ring from the end opposite the valves, with the float ring material doubled over. Gather and flip the netting material occasionally as you roll the float ring. Rolling the float ring with the air valves open squeezes any remaining air out of the float ring. When you are done rolling, put the air valves back into the closed position for storage, and in preparation for the next time you will inflate the pool. Close the dust covers on the valves. Fold the netting material over the valves to protect them, and stuff the pool back into its mesh storage bag. Tighten the drawstring and the pool is ready for storage

This pool, as with any swimming pool, can be used dangerously and injury could occur if due precaution is not taken. The Vessel Captain or dock Property Owner must warn crew and guests, including children, that under no circumstances should they dive or jump into a pool. Particularly, always use a ladder, never jump from the boat into the pool as one can easily slip on a wet deck or rail, hit another person or tear the netting from the ring. The pools are not safe for diving and the water bottom is too variable in depth. Serious injury can result from diving or jumping into the pool.

Under no circumstance should the boat’s propeller be engaged while a pool is in the water. The net could be wrapped around the propeller, destroying it and causing serious injury to swimmers.

Only use the supplied pump to inflate the pool. The pools only need 3-4 psi to fully inflate. Compressor pumps can easily exceed that pressure and can blow a seam on the pool, ruining the pool. The included pumps work very well and the pools cannot be over inflated with them.
Using a compressor driven pump will void the pool warranty.


This product should never be used by children except under adult supervision
This product is not a Personal Flotation Device (PFD)
People who need to wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) in order to swim should wear a PFD in a pool
Always retrieve the pool prior to any storm
Read these instructions before use

The mesh netting on the pools is by necessity porous so that water can flow through the pools and allow the pools to function as swim areas. Since the mesh netting is not an impermeable barrier, it is theoretically possible that some stingers could be felt through the netting if there is direct contact with a jellyfish or its stinging tentacles. There is no guarantee that a user cannot be stung through the pool netting. Due to the slight chance that someone could possibly be stung through the netting, we do not recommend that the pools be used by any person, who, for physical or emotional reasons, cannot tolerate the risk of a jellyfish sting.


The pool has a limited warranty for one year against defects in material and workmanship. It is not warranted against punctures, tears, material fading, or failure due to over-pressure. This warranty does not cover any misuse of this product. The seller and the manufacturer shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages due to misuse of a pool, including injury, loss of life, or limb.