FISH ‘N FINS SUMMER CAMP 2017
Do you have a child, niece, grandchild, who wants to visit Montserrat over the summer holidays? We invite 7-14 year old's to join us for a summer of exploration, discovery and ocean learning.
How much does Summer Camp cost?
Camp tuition is $275 USD. If you register siblings, we offer a discount of 5% off each camp tuition
What are your 2017 Summer Camp Dates
June 19-23, 2017
July 10 – 14, 2017
July 17 – 21, 2017
July 31 – August 4, 2017
How long are FISH N FINS Summer Camp sessions?
Camp sessions take place between 9 – 3pm daily
What does Summer camp tuition include?
Activity & Equipment Fee
Fish N Fins Watter Bottle & Tshirt
Do you offer scholarships?
FISH ‘N FINS will provide a few camp scholarships based on financial situations, hardship or need of the child, For more information, please visit our Scholarships page.
Who can sign up for camp? Does my child need to know how to swim?
FISH ‘N FINS welcomes campers ages 7 to 14. While swimming is not a requirement of the camp, it is a large component. Campers will get the best overall experience if they are able to participate in all camp activities. We prefer campers to be comfortable in deep water without assistance from an adult. Regardless of swimming ability, a personal floatation device or snorkel vest will be provided by camp staff, and worn during all in-water activities. We also ensure activities are scheduled throughout the camp to assist with improving children’s swimming ability.
What is the camper-to-counsellor ratio?
#FISHNFINS Summer Camp is limited to 15 campers per camp session. The small number allows for a more personal experience, a safe environment, and an attentive staff. While at least 2 counselors will always be present, we aim for a 5:1 ratio throughout camp. #FISHNFINSFACTS #AQUABLUE #SUMMER
Who are the #FISHNFINS camp staff?
A mix of full-time #FISHNFINS employees, #FISHNFINS interns and volunteers. Our Camp staff/volunteers are CPR and First Aid trained. Camp staff have educational backgrounds and experience in child protection, education, marine ecology, swim instruction, marine conservation, scuba and freediving, and Montserrat heritage.