Sailfish Splash Waterpark offers swimming and water safety classes and programs for all ages and skill levels. Certified swimming instructors conduct lessons free from disruption and interference in the water park’s 25-yard, temperature-controlled teaching and warm-up pool with depths ranging from 3 ½ feet to 6 feet.
Parents/guardians, who must accompany participants at all times, may observe the instruction from the shade of "funbrellas" on the deck or from the covered bleachers. Sailfish Splash Waterpark asks participants, parents, guardians, and spectators to note the following:
- Respect the activities of the instructors and other participants by remaining in the designated observation areas away from the pool.
- All classes are non-refundable and do not include provisions for make-ups.
- Participants will learn about water safety during inclement weather.
Summer 2015 Offerings:
$75.00 for Eight 30 minute group sessions.
Each class has limited space; reserve your child's spot early.
How To Sign Up:
Please call during operating hours (10 am-6 pm) at 772-320-3105, and leave a message with your name, telephone number, and email address. A staff member contact you as soon as possible.
Jeff Ellis Swimming Class Descriptions
Jeff Ellis Swimming, designed for children three to ten years, features five levels of instruction: Parent/Child, Beginner, Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced.. The Program Coordinator may customize the program to meet the needs of the group and individual children. Using the Jeff Ellis Skill Card, instructors: check off a child's swim skill proviciency, offer comments, and make recommendations.
Parent/Child Level & Pre-school Level: Provides an introduction to water skills and allows students to get comfortable in the water through water adjustment skills.
Beginner Level: Includes basic water skills. Students begin to develop fundamental swimming skills.
Advanced Beginner Level: Continues to work on strokes learned in the Beginner level, while introducing new strokes and increasing the distance the student swims.
Intermediate Level: Continues build on the skills learned in the Advanced Beginner level, while again increasing the distance the student swims, stroke development and endurance.
Advanced Level: Helps the student refine strokes..
- Session 1: June 8 – 18
- Session 2: June 22-July 2
- Session 3: July 6 – 16
- Session 4: July 20 – 30
- Session 5: Aug 3 – 13
- Session 6: Aug 17 – 27