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World's Largest Swimming Lesson At Sailfish Splash

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About the World's Largest Swimming Lesson 2019

On Thursday, June 20, 2019, Sailfish Splash Waterpark, located at 931 SE Ruhnke Street in Stuart, will host the “World’s Largest Swimming Lesson” simultaneously with hundreds of other aquatic facilities in 26 countries around the world to help build awareness about drowning prevention.

At this event, participants will receive a free, 30-minute swim lesson and valuable information about drowning prevention. As an incentive for participation, Sailfish Splash Waterpark is offering all participants, ages 1 to 12, a certificate of completion and FREE admission to Sailfish Splash Waterpark for the day of the event. Additionally, following the World's Largest Swimming Lesson, participants will receive a 20% discount on swimming lessons for the rest of the available summer sessions.

How to Register

Community members interested in participating can now pre-register for the event by completing the "registration form" and "waiver of liability form" provided on this webpage, and submit it via email to mcparks@martin.fl.us, or fax the forms to (772) 221-1333.

Parents/guardians are required to complete the forms for each child who will be participating in the event. “Day of” registration will begin at 10:00 a.m. and the 30-minute swim lesson will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m.

Contact us

If you have any additional questions about the World's Largest Swimming Lesson, please select the "contact us" button to submit an inquiry. 

Sailfish Splash Waterpark
931 SE Ruhnke Street
Stuart, Florida, 34994
(772) 320-3100

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