Selby Aquatic Center

Sarasota, FL

The Selby Aquatic Center, managed by the Sarasota Sharks Swim Club, recently completed a partial refurbishment on their 20-year old Myrtha Pool.

20 years after initial installation, Myrtha has returned to revamp the facility to update the facilities competition pool.
The pool was updated with new membrane and new wall targets, and has just been named by USA Swimming as one of nine host locations of the 2020 Toyota U.S. Open Championships.
The Myrtha structure and the moveable bulkheads perform as well as the first day of opening and continue to guarantee the Sarasota Sharks team the possibility to carry out and stage multiple training and competition activities.

The Selby Aquatic Center, managed by the Sarasota Sharks Swim Club, recently completed a partial refurbishment on their 20-year old Myrtha Pool.

20 years after initial installation, Myrtha has returned to revamp the facility to update the facilities competition pool.
The pool was updated with new membrane and new wall targets, and has just been named by USA Swimming as one of nine host locations of the 2020 Toyota U.S. Open Championships.
The Myrtha structure and the moveable bulkheads perform as well as the first day of opening and continue to guarantee the Sarasota Sharks team the possibility to carry out and stage multiple training and competition activities.

The Aquatic Center In 2000

Weller Pools was selected to design/build this aquatic facility for the  Selby Aquatic Center in Sarasota, FL. This is the largest competition pool constructed to date at a YMCA. The main pool, built in 2000, is a 75′ x 217′- “stretch” 50m pool w/ 2 Myrtha Moveable Bulkheads, 1 & 3 meter diving w/a geothermal heating and cooling system. The aquatic facility also includes a 5,000 SF interactive water play feature pool w/water slides and water play features.