The Sun and Sail Club has a Diving Pool, a Lap Pool, a Wading Pool, a Jacuzzi, and an Exercise Pool.

Currently all of the pools are open and heated, however, lifeguards are off duty beginning Monday, September 9th on weekdays.

Click Here to See the Swimming Pool Rules

The Association’s insurance carrier allowed the re-installment of the Diving Board with the stipulation that it must be closed and secured when there are no lifeguards on duty.

Click the logo to link to the Dolphins web site for the most current information and schedules for the summer swim team program:

12 Comments Add yours

  1. W. Elwell says:

    1. Can we please keep the pools heated for a month longer? It’s ridiculous that it’s going to be 99 degrees today and the weather is going to continue to be extremely hot, but the association pools that we pay for now have the heat turned off. It’s hot here throughout October as the kids never have to wear jackets for Halloween. It’s seems that families were not thought of when making this decision.
    2. Whose idea was it to work on the pools and keep everyone out for a week right before you turn off the heat? Why not do this necessary maintenance in November or December? Once again it appears that families were not considered when making this decision.

    1. Alisa says:

      1. The pools are all heated – the heat isn’t turned off on any of the pools. The pools are heated through October, and possibly longer if the new cogen heating system saves energy as expected. As the website notes above – all pools are open and heated right now and will be through October.

      2. I can assure you that we consider families when we make decisions that affect everyone. Unfortunately, in this case we needed to do work on the pool filters to comply with recently approved legislation. We had a deadline to complete the modifications by, or the Association could face fines. We did the work as late in summer as we could without running the risk of penalties assessed by the Health Department. We were able to get the pool drained, the filters changed as required, and the pool filled and heated as quickly as possible to minimize the inconvenience while remaining in compliance with the Health Code.

      Thanks for your questions and have a great day!

  2. W. Elwell says:

    When we went to the pool this past Saturday it was clearly not heated.

    1. Alisa says:

      What time of day were you at the pool – I can check the digital heating logs. It was heated – perhaps you felt it wasn’t warm enough? We keep that pool around 83 degrees. I just checked and it is 83.2 right now. That pool is controlled through this great new system that have that monitors chemicals, pH, temperature, and cost savings with the new cogen unit that has replaced traditional electric heaters.

  3. Are the pools heated now?

    1. Alisa says:

      Yes, every pool is currently heated.

  4. Liam Nguyen says:

    Will all Pools be heated by tomorrow?

    1. Alisa says:

      The pools are now heated year round. The pools were heated through the winter and are good to go!

  5. Kit says:

    What length is the lap pool?

    1. Alisa says:

      25 yards

  6. Dana Biagi says:

    Do you have a Mommy and Me swim class? My son is 8 months old, and I would love to get him in a swim class ASAP. Thanks in advance!

    1. Alisa says:

      We do have Parent/Child swim lessons, however our swim lessons don’t begin until June 20th. Thanks for asking!

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