After Crown Prince of Dubai Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum published a video on Twitter, Deep Dive Dubai has aroused curiosity.
Mohammed Al Maktoum shared a video of swimmers plunging into the pool in a tweet. “An entire world awaits you at Deep Dive Dubai the world’s deepest pool, with a depth of 60 meters (196 feet).” the caption said.
The pool’s depth had been certified by the Guinness Book of World Records earlier in June. According to the website, the pool, which is concrete construction with a circular shaft and a depth of 60.02 meters, offers numerous themes at different levels. It also includes props that may be used to improve the diving experience.
“Deep Dive Dubai will be welcoming everyone soon! From the young adventurers to the seasoned explorers, the experience will be open for all. Stay tuned for opening updates!” read the post from the official Instagram account of the facility.
Deep Dive Dubai features
Deep Dive Dubai uses cutting-edge technology. It has a depth of nearly 60 meters and can contain 14 million liters of water. Surprisingly, the pool also has a buried metropolis that will definitely pique divers’ interests.
A released statement revealed that –
“It is complete with an abandoned streetscape and featuring an apartment, garage, and arcade.”
A team of worldwide scuba diving experts is on hand to help individuals interested in freediving and scuba diving.
56 underwater cameras cover the whole pool. There are also sound and mood lighting systems to enhance the diving experience.
Further adding the statement read that-
“The pool’s freshwater is filtered and circulated every six hours through siliceous volcanic rock, NASA-developed filter technology, and UV radiation is one of the largest and fastest filter systems in the region.”
The world’s deepest structure had previously been a 45.5-meter (150-foot) deep diving pool. It was the Deep spot in Poland, according to The AFP.
Also, Deep Dive Dubai is currently only accessible via invitation. For locals and tourists aged 10 and above, public bookings will begin on their website in late July. Dives of all levels, including beginners, as well as professional divers and athletes, are welcome to come.