It was founded by the Cooperativa de Seguros Múltiples de Puerto Rico, it has two swimming pools for racing, diving competitions, synchronized swimming, and water polo. The main pool exceeds the international requirements of an Olympic swimming pool because it is 50 meters by 25 meters with a depth ranging between 5.7 and 15 feet, as well as diving boards. This main pool has 10 vertical lanes and 16 horizontal lanes. It has a bubble suppression system, and a few windows below the surface allow coaches and judges to observe what is happening under the water. It also has a closed circuit television system, lighting, and a sound system for synchronized swimming and general training purposes. The bleachers provide seating for 2,000 spectators.
The small swimming pool can be used for warm-up exercises before a competition. It measures 25 meters by 10 meters, its maximum depth is 5 feet and it has a ramp providing access to disabled persons. These facilities can be used for the practice of sports such as swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, water polo and canoe polo.