Dubai has created another benchmark tourist site, the world’s deepest swimming pool ‘Deep Dive Dubai’. The pool will be opened to the public at the end of July.
Dubai: The world’s deepest swimming pool ‘Deep Dive Dubai’ has been launched in the Nad Al Sheba neighborhood of Dubai. This pool has also been verified by Guinness World Records as the deepest pool in the world. It is the deepest swimming pool in the world with a depth of 60.02 meters. Also, it has a capacity of 14 million (14 million) liters, which is equal to the water filled in 6 Olympic swimming pools.
The size of the pool is like a giant oyster
The size of this deepest swimming pool in the world is also very special. It is shaped like a giant oyster. Spread over 1,500 sqm, the area also houses a dive shop, gift shop and an 80 seater restaurant which will be open to the public by the end of this year. There are also 2 underwater dry chambers in this special pool, in which people will be able to see the beautiful view of the pool. 56 underwater cameras cover the pool from every angle. Along with this, mood lighting is also installed in the pool.
Crown Prince shared video
Dubai’s Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum invited people on Wednesday by sharing a video of this spectacular pool on social media. He wrote, ‘A whole world is waiting for you in Deep Dive Dubai.’
— Hamdan bin Mohammed (@HamdanMohammed) July 7, 2021
Water is filtered every 6 hours
The 14 million liters of water filled in the pool is filtered and circulated every 6 hours through the Siliceous Volcanic Rock filter technology developed by NASA. Also, the temperature of the pool water is kept at 30 degree Celsius to give a comfortable environment to the divers.
At present, only invited people can enter the ‘Deep Dive Dubai’ pool. Public booking for this will start at the end of July. For this, booking can be done for people of 10 years and above by visiting the website of the pool.