With all the drama of the last 2 hours I have completely missed the point that Wayne will be swimming in the dark now. This is a notoriously low time for swimmers, as they lose the sun on their backs and it is quite common for a bit of a depression to kick in.
In terms of logistics, the crew will have passed Wayne a glow stick to his swimming trunks as well as to the side of the boat. Wayne will focus on these glow sticks in order to position himself in the water, as there is nothing else to use in order to find your bearings.
Wayne was very keen to do as little as possible swimming in the dark... Hopefully we can finish this soon then!
Wayne likes pork pies and Guinness. He likes routine and predictability. He loves his family. He's 40+, short(ish), balding and battling with waistline expansion. He's been known to occasionally play a good round of golf, likes to tinker with 'stuff' and has rescued a group of friends from the African wild by fixing a Land Rover with a jellybaby.
He's never been a great fan of physical exertion. In short (apart from the jellybaby incident), Wayne is an ordinary person. And he's about to do something really amazingly, astoundingly and astonishingly extra-ordinary. He's going to swim the the treacherous, never-been-swum-before channel between Kintyre (Scotland) and Ballycastle (Ireland). For charity. This is his story.