Boasting hotel rooms, caves, and underwater tunnels, the world’s deepest swimming pool in Poland has opened-up. With the deepest point as low as 148 feet, this pool aspires to be a training arena for both experts as well as beginner-level scuba divers.
Offering an array of educational courses, the swimming pool will become an ideal training zone for varied levels of divers. It is to be noted that the deepest point of the pool, known as Deepspot holds approximately 27 times more water than a standard pool.
What to Expect Inside the World’s Deepest Swimming Pool In Poland
Apparently, the world’s deepest swimming pool in Poland houses underwater caves, shipwrecks, overhangs, tunnels, and even hotel rooms. Divers can explore the intriguing depth of the pool, whilst also discovering the simulated Mayan ruins.
For visitors not willing to take a dive, the pool features an underwater tunnel that allows the non-divers to imbibe the sub-aquatic experience. The hotel rooms established inside the pool also offer astoundingly “crystal clear” views.
Diving Further: Some Facts About This Pool in Poland
After spending almost two years and a whopping amount of $10.6 million, this multi-million facility has opened up in the town of Mszczonow, Poland.
Quoting on this hi-tech pool, Przemysław Kacprzak, a Polish diving instructor said “There are no magnificent fish or coral reefs here, so it’s no substitute for the sea, but it is definitely a good place to learn and to train in order to dive safely in open water. And then it’s a lot of fun, it’s kindergarten for divers!”
Reportedly, almost 1100 tons of steel were used to engineer this unparalleled, record-breaking establishment.
The pool has recently opened its ” tunnels” to the visitors (pun intended), and surpassed the Italian Y-40 Deep Joy in the category of the world’s deepest Poland swimming pool. Water babies around the world, are immensely excited to even imagine floating amidst this aqua establishment. We hope you are too!
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