Definition of swimmable
: that can be swum
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SoLe Mia will be comprised of 4,390 residences, 1.4 million square feet of retail space, dining and entertainment and two swimmable 10-acre lagoons.
Most of the hundreds of hotels in Cabo don’t have swimmable beaches—but El Ganzo does!
The city has managed to drastically improve water quality in recent decades, turning many dismal waterways into spots that are now swimmable and brimming with aquatic life.
Heat from the volcano makes some spots swimmable, and many passengers on Antarctic cruises bring back pictures of themselves in the waters of the island caldera.
For the most part, urban rivers are no longer cesspools, and beaches once fouled with sewage are swimmable.
In 1972, the Clean Water Act passed, with the goal of making all rivers in the country swimmable and fishable again.
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