The world’s deepest swimming pool will soon be opened to the public in Dubai. The Deep Dive Dubai in NAS Sports Complex, Dubai has a depth of 196 feet 10 inches (60.02 meters). The pool set a Guinness World Record on June 27. Effectively home to the world’s tallest skyscraper and the world’s largest mall, Dubai has quite recently opened another record-breaking attraction – the deepest dive pool in the world.
The pool, which is more than 196 feet down, is more than 37 times the height of an average person. It is likewise filled with almost 3.7 million gallons of freshwater. What might be compared to six Olympic-sized swimming pools, as per Deep Dive Dubai?
With an amazing depth of 60 meters (196 feet), the pool, part of the new Deep Dive Dubai fascination – has taken the record from Poland’s Deepspot, which has a depth of more than 45 meters.
The Deep Dive Dubai pool is loaded up with 14 million liters of freshwater – the volume of six Olympic-sized swimming pools – and is at least four times greater than some other diving pool in the world. Guinness granted it the “Deepest swimming pool for diving” title on June 27.
The Guinness World Records verified this as the world’s deepest swimming pool for diving on June 29, beating Poland’s DeepSpot which is 147 feet deep.
As per Deep Dive Dubai, the pool contains a post-apocalyptic “sunken city” that highlights different city settings, including benches, streetlights, and storefronts. Somewhat further down, swimmers can see an apartment with a bedroom, kitchen, dining area, and a garage including cars, motorbikes, arcade games, and a pool table.
The facility is open by invitation just for the present yet will open to the public later this year. The crown prince of Dubai Sheik Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, a keen diver, was one of the first guests and shared his experience via social media.
Water temperature is kept up at 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), an agreeable temperature for wearing a thin wetsuit or a swimsuit.
56 underwater cameras are surrounding the pool and a sound system that can transfer messages to divers and make underwater soundscapes.
The crown prince of Dubai, Sheik Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, was one of its first visitors. A video of him making diving in the pool was posted on his social media.
The water temperature is 86 degrees, so swimmers don’t have to wear thick jumpsuits. Water is likewise circled every six hours through an advanced filter system to keep up with hygiene.
“Whether you are interested in a very first dive or looking to gain more experience, our year-round perfect conditions, and crystal clear water has everything for you,” a director of the center said in a video obtained by USA TODAY.
The pool is worked by a hand-picked team of international diving professionals who are provided with the most recent equipment.
At present, the pool is simply open to individuals by invitation, yet it will open to the overall population later this year.
A sunken city and an underwater film studio
The indoor pool is housed inside a 1,500-square-meter oyster-shaped structure, a nod to the United Arab Emirates’ history as a pearl diving country.
Yet, the greatest star of Deep Dive Dubai is apparently the pool’s underwater city. Divers can investigate “abandoned” sunken city apartments and play underwater pools in the arcade. State-of-the-art lighting and sound systems have been fitted inside the pool to make various atmospheres.
The pool additionally serves as an underwater film studio – the biggest of its sort in the region. A media editing room is accessible close by in the facility.
Deep Dive Dubai offers courses for both diving beginners and certified divers. Divers can likewise investigate the pool and the underwater city without anyone else after a tour with one of the dive guides at the site.
Around 56 cameras have been installed around the pool to guarantee the safety of divers at each corner. It additionally has the region’s most advanced hyperbaric chamber – with a capacity of 12 people – if there should be an occurrence of a crisis.
“There are quite a few dive pools in the world that are deep, but this one is so much more interesting,” Deep Dive Dubai director Jarrod Jablonski told. “It’s not only deepest and largest, but the sunken city effect makes it next world order.
“There are so many things it’s really not fair to call it a pool.”
Don’t visit the top of Burj Khalifa just after Deep Dive Dubai
The diving complex additionally has a restaurant equipped with enormous windows and TV screens, permitting non-diving families and companions to watch from dry land.
What’s more, on the off chance that you fail to remember exactly how deep the pool is, Deep Dive Dubai has posted a notification on its website for those intending to visit the city’s renowned Burj Khalifa a while later.
“Don’t visit the top of the skyscraper after diving,” it says.
“After any dive, it’s recommended to wait 18-24 hours before ascending higher than 300 meters (1,000 feet). However, there is no risk in diving after having visited the tallest building in the world.”