The Limassol Nautical Club was founded in 1962 at the beach club “Kyani Akti”. One of the first sports introduced at the Club was sailing. There were often competitions between the Nautical Clubs of Limassol, Famagusta, Dhekelia, Akrotiri and Episkopi and it was reported that the first competitions took place with simple fishing boats. In 1980 Limassol Nautical Club participated for the first time in the Olympic Games, held in Moscow.
Ever since its’ founding days, Limassol Nautical Club has lots of sporting achievements to show, making it the Club of Champions in sailing, rowing, canoe-kayak, swimming and water polo. The facilities provided, the high calibre of coaches and trainers of the Club and the excellent performances of its athletes over the years, with champions such as Pavlos Kontides Olympic metalist in sailing, Valentinos Sofokleous in rowing, Stavros Michaelides and Carolina Pelendritou in swimming, among others coming out of its ranks, has taken Limassol Nautical Club to a different level altogether on the island’s sports scene.
Swimming pools are located in the center of the Limassol tourist area, in a beautiful eucalyptus grove next to the Mediterranean Sea.
Pool 1: 50m x 21m, 8 lanes, outdoors, heated, 28.5º - 29°C (83º - 84°F) October to March; 26º - 27°C (79º - 81°F) April to September. The pool has an Omega electronic timing system and all other necessary equipment.
Pool 2: 22m, 4 lanes, outdoors and heated to similar temperatures to pool 1.