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CIASA REGISTERED CLUBS

CIASA aims to broaden the opportunities for individuals to be involved in swimming at a competitive level through a growth in the number of affiliated clubs catering for a larger geographical spread. To this end CIASA promotes the formation of new clubs or the extension of existing club programmes into outlining areas of the islands.

Camana Bay Aquatic Club

Seven Mile Swimmers

Sister Islands Swim Club

Stingray Swim Club

Caymanite Synchro 

 

CIASA REGISTERED SWIM SCHOOLS

Darren Mew – Sports and Fitness

Department of Sports

Fitness Connection

Sky Blue Aquatics

Thrive Fit

 

CIASA CLUB TRANSFER PROCEDURES

Swimmers wishing to transfer clubs must notify CIASA and are required to follow the CIASA transfer procedures.

Please click here to view the CIASA Swim Club Transfer Rules

 

SWIM SCHOOL APPLICATIONS

There are a number of agencies in the Cayman Islands delivering excellent Learn To Swim programmes.

To promote best practise CIASA has introduced the CIASA Approved Programmes scheme (CAPs). This scheme awards the CIASA Approved Programme kite mark to Learn to Swim operators who meet the required quality assurance standards.

CIASA are delighted to announce that the Camana Bay Aquatic Club Swim School, Cayman Islands Department of Sports Swim School, Fitness Connection and Thrive Fit have passed the stringent criteria for quality assured instruction and have been awarded the CAPs kite mark. 

To find out more and how to register for this scheme please click here for a CAPs Information Leaflet and Application Form.