Bremerton Aquatics Training Center


Welcome to the Naval Base Kitsap Bremerton Aquatics Training Facility, located inside the Bremerton Fitness Complex. This facility is fully equipped to meet your aquatic fitness needs.  This facility is a 25-meter pool with 6 lap lanes. 

Check out what the facility has to offer:

  • 25 meters
  • 6 lane lap pool
  • Water equipment available: fins, kickboards, pull buoys, and water aerobics equipment
  • Open during designated times based on pool usage and programming
  • Hot tub

Fitness & Aquatics Fees →

Recreational swim, additional classes, pool parties, and events are available at the Bangor Aquatics Center, including swimming lessons, CPR & First Aid, Lifeguarding, and more. 

Aquatic Center Rules

  • Swimming Suits must be worn in the pool (no cut-offs, cotton t-shirts, or boxer briefs please).
  • A shower is required before entering the pool.
  • The only flotation devices that may be worn are US Coast Guard-approved life jackets. You may bring your own or use the ones at the pool.
  • All children under the age of 10 must have a responsible party over the age of 16 in the Aquatics center with them at all times.
  • No Inflatable toys are allowed to be brought into the facility.

Navy Youth Swim Test

The Navy Youth swim test is required for all pool users under the age of 17. This program identifies swimmers and non-swimmers within the facility creating a safer pool for everyone.

Non-swimmers are any youth who cannot or chooses not to pass the Navy Youth Swim Test.

Non-swimmers under the age of 17 are not permitted to use the Bremerton Aquatic Training Facility.

Swimmers are considered those youth under the age of 17 who can demonstrate the following minimum requirements:

  • Swim one length of the pool (25 meters) unassisted and without rest.
  • Swimmers must use a recognizable front stroke (front crawl stroke of breaststroke) for the entire distance demonstrating rhythmic breathing.
  • Jump into the deep end, fully submerge and resurface without assistance.
  • Tread water for 60 seconds, keeping their ears out of the water.
  • Exit the pool on their own.

Once a youth has demonstrated they can perform the minimum standards they will be issued a Navy Youth Swim License which is valid for the remainder of the current calendar year.

Any lifeguard on duty can require youth to retake the Navy Youth Swim Test if they are uncomfortable with a child's swimming abilities.

The swim license must be shown upon entering the Aquatics training facility in order to gain access to the pool.

Children between the ages of 10-17 may use the facility without a parent ONLY if they have a Navy Youth Swim License.