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Fiberglass Pool Review: The Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool from Thursday Pools



Sandal Beach Entry

Go To The Beach Outside Your Door With The Sandal Beach Entry Swimming Pool

A beautifully designed zero-entry, freeform pool, the Sandal (Patent US 10,358,837 and 10,472,839) gives beach lovers the experience of the beach without the sand in the pants. The entry area provides plenty of room for the toddlers in your life to splash around, while leaving space for a couple of ledge loungers. The true zero entry lets you dip your toes to cool off, or enjoy a gradual entry into the water.

The Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool from Thursday Pools
The Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool - Thursday Pools

Beach Entry.

The zero-entry transition makes the Sandal one of the easiest pools to get in and out of. And with tanning ledges being one of the most popular features of today’s fiberglass pools, you’ll be happy to know you can fit two loungers in the beach entry area and still give guests plenty of room to enter and exit the pool.





The Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool from Thursday Pools
The Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool - Thursday Pools

Wading area.

Tread a little further into the beach entry, and you’ve got a wading area to cool off in. This is also a nice play zone for younger non-swimmers.

Roomy steps and bench.

The Sandal’s steps and bench provide a comfy seating area for cool conversation, and the non-skid surface provides sure footing as you exit and enter the pool. Sitting on the bench, a young child who is 4’6” in height will find the water comes up just to the neckline.

Wide-open swim or play area.

Your kids have plenty of room to make waves in the beach entry. While we haven’t come out with a wave pool yet, we know kids’ imaginations can fuel plenty of backyard adventures.

Sun shelf/swim-out.

After a nice long swim, you can take a rest on the swim-out or soak up some rays. A 5’ 11” person can sit comfortably with his waist out of the water while a 5’ 6” person can sit on the lower bench with her shoulders just above the waterline.

Courtesy ledge.

Extending around the deep end of the pool, the courtesy ledge gives swimmers an area where they can stand and take a quick break before getting back into the action.

Auto-cover ready.

Automatic pool safety covers are a fabulous choice for fiberglass inground pool owners. They ensure that no one can enter the pool without your knowledge, reduce time spent on pool maintenance, and lower your maintenance costs.

Pool Specifications.

The sandal comes in two sizes. The dimensions below are listed starting from smallest to largest.

Size One: 16’ x 34.5’ Depth 5’8″

Size Two: 16’ x 39’ Depth: 6’



Size range for sandal beach entry
Size Range

GELCOAT COLOR OPTIONS


The Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool is available in these color options form Thursday Pools. Choose from Caribbean Sparkle, Maya, California, Sandstone, Diamond, Graphite or Pearl. For more info on fiberglass color trends check out this article here.

Color options for grace beach entry
Color Options

Hopefully, this gives you a great overview of the truly first of its kind Thursday Pools Sandal Beach Entry Fiberglass Pool. Although we don't offer Thursday Pools, please take a look at our River Pools Brand Fiberglass Pools and if you are ready to take the plunge call us at 920-771-0107 today to set up your design consultation.

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