Top 15 Cool ‘On the Water’ Instagram Captions You Should Use This Summer

It’s summertime! After wearing sweaters and jeans to keep warm and snuggling up with your boo on those cold nights, it’s officially time to let loose. The summertime is all about hanging out with friends, spending time with your family at all the holiday cookouts and chilling on the porch on those hot summer nights. Just make sure to keep the bug spray handy! But if you plan on taking a dip in the pool, going on a cruise or only catching a tan on the beach, you’ll want to post your photos with the coolest caption yet. Here are 15 captions for your ‘On the Water’ selfies.

“I live for taking the sea-nic route.”

open water

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“Keepin’ it reel.”

A fishing reel

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“Good vibes on the high and low tides.”

Sunny beach with low tides

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“Sunshine on my mind.”

Rising morning sun between trees

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“Worry less, swim more.”

Little girl swimming in pool

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“The tide is high, but I’m holdin’ on.” – Blondie, “The Tide Is High”

High surfing tide

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“I’m walking on sunshine, and don’t it feel good.” -Katrina and The Waves, “Walking On Sunshine”

Blue sky and bright sun

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“The ocean is everything I want to be. Beautiful and free.”

Blue ocean waves

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“Seas the day.”

Under the sea

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“Ahoy, matey.”

Pirate hat

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“Hooked on that summer feeling.”

Tropical view of beach and sea

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“Baby, let’s cruise away from here.” – Smokey Robinson, “Cruisin’”

Cruise ship sailing to port.

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“I wanna soak up the sun.” – Sheryl Crow, “Soak Up the Sun”

Sunny day on the beach

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“And I know it’s gonna be a lovely day.” – Bill Withers, “Lovely Day”

Friends hanging out on the beach

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“Summer days drifting away to the summer nights.” – John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, “Summer Nights’”

Friends hanging out on a summer night

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