With 45.5 meters of vertical extension Deepspot is the deepest swimming pool in the world: it is located in Poland and will be used for research and diving exercises
A real abyss in the heart of Poland. In Mszczonow, near Warsaw in Poland, was inaugurated the deepest swimming pool in the world. The facility is called Deepspot and is truly a record-breaking structure: it has a vertical extension of over 45 meters and 8000 cubic meters of water were used to fill it. Even the costs for the construction are amazing. The company that built Deepspot invested 8.9 million euros and it took two years of work. The pool will be used mainly for diving exercises. Inside, in fact, have been placed replicas of sea caves and structures that will allow divers to practice to perform operations at high depths. All in total safety: “There are no fish or coral reefs, but it is a good place to train and learn to dive safely,” said diving instructor Przemyslaw Kacprzak.
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In Poland there is the deepest swimming pool in the world
Deepspot will also be used by divers of the Polish fire brigade and army during their training. But the deepest swimming pool in the world will also be an important tourist attraction. The director of the facility explained that a hotel will soon be built with “underwater” rooms that will have a direct view of the pool and its divers. To make it even more spectacular, inside the pool will also be placed (fake) Mayan ruins. Deepspot is not the only super deep pool in the world. Before its construction, the record (42 meters deep) belonged to the Y-40 Deep Joy of Montegrotto Terme, near Padua in Italy. Soon, however, the Polish swimming pool will also be “outdated” because next year will be inaugurated in the United Kingdom Blue Abyss, a pool as deep as 50 meters.
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