The word “Master” swimmer has nothing to do with your skill level or competency in the water, just your age. Unfortunately the name can be intimidating to some people, but Masters swimming is truly for everyone! Whether your objective is fitness, triathlon training, or competitive swimming, we have created a Masters group that will help you reach your goals. We provide great coaching for any level of training and a fun team environment! Join us!
Monday through Friday 5:00am - 7:00am Mt Trashmore
Monday, Wednesday, Friday* 12:00pm - 1:00pm Princess Anne
*Swimmers who wish to add a dryland workout to their training should consult with Coach Dana. She will provide a training program that you can follow independently, on a schedule that is convenient to you, and that is consistent with your individual goals.
Head Coach Dana MacCorquodale joined our staff of professional coaches in August 2016.
Dana is a marathon open water swimmer and an Ironman triathlete. She is also certified as a level 2 Masters coach. In addition to leading our Masters program Dana will add open water swimming, her specialty, to the schedule when the weather allows it.
Dana brings an enthusiasm and breadth of experience to TIDE that has energized and elevated our Masters program as well as has allowed us to add open water swimming training.
TIDE PROGRAM INFORMATION
Join USMS HERE
$52.00 USMS membership fee (annual)
$25.00 one-time TIDE registration fee
$50.00 monthly dues
Monthly dues charged automatically
No contract required
30 days notice to cancel or suspend
Active Duty Military Discount!!
$35.00 per month
That's a 30% discount
Join a Masters workout for a $10 drop in fee. If you wish to train at least 5 times during your stay, we invite you to register online. Your $25 registration fee will be applied to your fees for the month ($50 total).
"Swam noon Tide Masters at outdoor Princess Anne YMCA pool today. First real swim for me in 2 years. I recommend it:
1. Outdoor swimming is like a different sport from indoor - SO MUCH BETTER!
2. Having a coach and fellow swimmers in the pool is way more fun than swimming alone.
3. Overall body fatigue feels weirdly good hours later
4. Forgot how much I enjoy the feel of water - good for the soul!"
-Katy Arris-Wilson, President, TIDE Board of Directors. Read about Katy's exceptional swimming career HERE.