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5000 Estate Coakley Bay

Christiansted, VI 00820-4598

 
  
 

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Pool

 

 

No Lifeguard - Swimming and use of pool area is at your own risk

Pool facility for residents & guests only

 

Hours

6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. - laps/exercise, minimum of talking or other noise

9 a.m. to 8 p.m. - general swim, subject to the rules listed below

Pool

Use of the pool area is available primarily for residents and their in-unit guests. Nonresidents may be invited to use the pool, however they must be accompanied by their host/hostess.

We have now installed the new magnetic locks on the gates which will, hopefully, block access to the pool area. Each unit is issued 2 magnetic swipe cards which will deactivate the lock when the cards are passed over the wireless reader. The cards must be used for entering and leaving the pool area. All cards are numbered and will be assigned to a specific unit. In the event a card is lost the office has the ability to zero out the lost card to insure it is not used by unauthorized guest. The replacement cost for a lost or damaged card is $25.00.

Any Owner, renter or guest may be asked by a staff member, designated individual or security person to verify their status verbally or by signing a sheet with the name, unit number and telephone number.

Non-swimmers must be accompanied by a swimmer.

Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Toddlers in diapers are not permitted in the pool.

Radios, tape decks and CD players are not permitted unless earphones are used.

Masks, snorkels, and individual rafts are the only devices permitted in the pool.

There shall be no running, throwing of balls or other objects, or boisterous play of any kind in the pool area.

Glass containers of any kind are prohibited.

Bicycles, skates, and skateboards are prohibited.

Only proper bathing attire (Bathing suits) is allowed in the pool.

If it is necessary to call security to respond to a before or after hour usage, the cost of that response plus a fee of $100 to the Association will be assessed on the first instance.