Holding 14 million litres of water and with a depth of 60m, Deep Dive Dubai is now officially the deepest swimming pool in the world.
And it’s just opened in Dubai!
Holding the equivalent of six Olympic-sized swimming pools, Deep Dive Dubai is a stunning new swimming and diving pool.
It’s basically an abandoned underwater city. The sunken city includes ‘ an abandoned streetscape, apartment, garage, and arcade.’ All of which can be explored while free diving or scuba diving.
The huge pool is packed with areas to explore. And it’s also covered with 56 underwater cameras so you’re always in view.
And – this is our favourite bit – the water is kept at 30 degrees, so you’ll be toasty warm while exploring. Bliss!
There are also dry chambers at 6m and 21m into the pool where you can take a breather. Meanwhile, the water is filtered and circulated every six hours through ‘siliceous volcanic rock, NASA-developed filter technology and UV radiation.’
The project is headed up by director Jarrod Jablonski. And he’s a man who knows about diving, as he’s a record-holding cave diver and leading scuba diver.