Welcome to Float First Aquatics
Survival Swim Lessons
Thank you for visiting Float First Aquatics.
We are excited to bring survival swim lessons to Sorrento, FL and the surrounding areas of Lake County.
Float First Aquatics is dedicated to creating a comfortable and safe environment for your child to succeed and learn the skills necessary to keep them safe in the water while having fun.
Please take the time to tour our site. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us today.
Why Survival Swimming
At the heart of everything I do is my passion for child safety and the commitment to educating our community while bringing awareness to the prevention of drowning.
Did you know a child as young as 6 months can learn to rotate onto their back and sustain this lifesaving position until rescued? Our teaching is based on the PediaSwim philosophy, where your child will learn to become confident and skilled in the water in just 4-5 weeks.
These personalized, one-on-one lessons, focus on the "Swim-Float-Swim Sequence" – a common-sense approach that builds awareness, safety, and confidence in each child, thus becoming self-reliant should there be an aquatic emergency.
This is not a replacement for adult supervision. Our #1 rule is to always have an adult present while children are swimming. Designate a "Water Watcher". This is someone who is free of all distractions and never leaves the pool unattended.
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2019 Registration - Now Open
Summer is quickly approaching and Florida is the best place to be. There are endless possibilities with all the fun outdoor activities. Summer camps, pool parties, beach vacations, boating, and water parks. All these activities have one thing in common, WATER.
Is your child prepared with the skills necessary for survival swimming? Register today for lessons.
Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths for children ages 1-4. The second leading cause in ages 1-14 and the 5th leading cause for all ages in the Unites States.
According to the Florida Department of Children and Families, the total number of fatalities due to drownings in 2018 was 88.
For more information on "layers of protection" and water safety please visit:
National Drowning Prevention Alliance NDPA.org and PoolSafely.gov
10% off Summer Lessons
Monday - Friday: 8am - 7pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed