What are you doing right now? Right in this moment as you look at this? Whatever it is, there is a strong possibility that it is not 'putting a shift in at Dublin's first inflatable water park'. This is a travesty, a disaster that needs to be rectified.
Whatever you are doing - perhaps it's strolling through an orchard; perhaps you are in the midst of ransoming an elderly dowager's prized pedigree dog; maybe you are administering help to a horse with asthma - whatever it is, you should immediately cease it and head to Dun Laoghaire to avail of this water park.
A quick rundown of some of the prescient questions you may have:
Q: Where is it?
In a bit of Dun Laoghaire harbour that, occasionally but not always, is home to some seals.
Q: Will this be the closest I ever come in this life, or any other life, to appearing in Total Wipeout?
Sadly, for the majority of you, yes.
Q: What differentiates this from a regular water park?
It's all floating on the sea and there is a far higher chance that you will see a child in a buoyancy aid amusingly tumble off an inflated rubber ladder and fall headfirst into the sea. Though you may feel bad, this will be the most you will have laughed at anything in a long time.
- Conclusion of the quick rundown of some of the prescient questions you may have had.
The aqua park will remain open until September so you have plenty o'time to plan to samples its inflatable wares. There are life-guards operating around the park and you're provided with buoyancy aids so the odds really are stacked in your favour.
A one hour ticket will set you back €18 for those of you who are under 18 and will be €22 for adults. Now peruse, peruse it's air-filled glory.
The park will open on 4 May, so this Saturday, and will remain open until 30 September. In short, there is a whole summer of potential water-based fun for you to avail of.