World’s deepest swimming pool
Written by Roneel Narayan on July 11, 2022
Deep Dive Dubai, the world’s deepest swimming pool for diving, has opened in Dubai, UAE. The pool measures 60 metres (197 feet) deep and holds 14 million litres of water, equivalent to six Olympic-sized swimming pools.
The world’s deepest swimming pool for underwater diving has opened in Dubai, where people can descend 60 metres (197 ft) to a sunken city-themed landscape and play arcade games.
Named Deep Dive Dubai, the world’s deepest diving swimming pool, has finally opened its door to the public in 2021.
The pool is equivalent to six Olympic swimming pools and has been verified by Guinness World Records as the world’s deepest swimming pool for diving.
The pool measures 60 metres (197 feet) deep and holds 14 million litres of water.
It features a sunken city with an apartment, garage and arcade.
The pool has the capacity to hold events for up to 100 people and onsite catering options.
The pool is also the region’s largest underwater film studio in Dubai.
Divers go down through a landscape of a sunken city, with sound and lighting.
There are two air-filled dry rooms on the way down.
A diver is seen with a shopping cart at the Deep Dive Dubai.
Visitors can practice scuba diving – with a tank of air – and freediving – where divers simply hold their breath.
A diver plays mock chess at Deep Dive Dubai, the deepest swimming pool, in UAE.
A diver is seen exploring an ATM at the Deep Dive Dubai in UAE.