Aquatic Center Indoor Pool - NS Rota
THE INDOOR POOL IS OPEN BY RESERVATION ONLY.
Hours of Operation Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Closed U.S. Holidays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Eligibility U.S. active-duty military, dependents, DoD civilian and U.S retiree members may use the pool. 100 percent ID check.
- Reservations are required for entry and use. No walk-ins allowed.
- Reservations must be made by the individual request the reservation. No reservations can be made for friends, etc.
- Reservations can be made by calling 956-82-2129 or 727-2129 during normal operating hours.
- Reservations are for one 45-minute lap swimming time slot.
- Patrons must choose which lane distance they would like to reserve, 12 meter or 25 meter distance.
AQUATICS CENTER FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Heated L-shaped indoor 25-meter pool, 12 ft. deep-end and seven swim lanes with five racing platforms.
- Our core workout station with a pull-up bar, stationary bikes, row machine, sit-up mats, TRX, and SPRI bands.
- Reservations are required for, Command PT/PRT, Specialized Unit Training, Navy 2nd Class Swim Test and groups of five patrons or more are required to e-mail or call Aquatics Staff to reserve any area of the facility.
- Six levels of (American Red Cross Learn to Swim) lessons are offered to children and adults throughout the year. See posted class dates and times.
- Outside patio area is available for PRT's, PT and group exercise sessions.
Navy MWR Fitness Drowning Prevention Campaign Through SPLASH, Navy MWR Fitness strives to educate parents and legal guardians on pool safety and the dangers associated with unsupervised swimming.
Stay within arm’s reach.
Protect your non-swimmers.
Learn to swim.
Assess swim skills.
Hang it up.
Keep your child safe at the Aquatics facility. Read more at https://www.navyfitness.org/splash
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING POLICY
In accordance with CNICINST 1710.3, the following is the inclement weather pool policy:
The Aquatic Coordinator, Swimming Pool Manager or Facility Supervisor may close the aquatic facilities for short periods of time without notice. Areas will be cleared of all persons during thunderstorms, electrical storms, and inclement weather. At the first sound of thunder or sight of lightning, the area will be cleared and remain cleared until deemed safe (approximately 30 minutes after the last rumble or sighting). One long blast on the whistle by the lifeguard is the emergency signal indicating all persons in the water shall clear the swimming area immediately.