Dubai, the city of all records? After the tallest skyscraper and largest shopping center, the city of the United Arab Emirates now offers another achievement: the world’s deepest swimming pool! A basin with a depth of 60 meters. According to the details CNN, Friday, July 9, This pool is part of a new attraction in the city, Deep Dive Dubai. It removes the deepspot bed installed in Poland, the depth of which exceeds 45 meters.
To fill this new record-setting pool, you need at least 14 million liters of water. This equates to six Olympic swimming pools, underlining the American chain. Never seen this before. The record is now recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records for awarding the title of “Deep Pool” on June 27. The water temperature is constant at 30 degrees (Celsius) and the basin is located within a building of about 1,500 square meters, which is oyster shaped. Note on the history of the United Arab Emirates, a country known to many pearl fishermen in the past.
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But Deep Dive Dubai is not just an attraction. If the pool is deep, it offers a unique experience in particular: discovering a real city under water. Divers can swim through submerged and abandoned city apartments like underwater ruins. The system of sounds and light plays allows swimmers to create changes in the atmosphere. Gravity offers courses for beginners and certified divers. To ensure the safety of the audience, no less than 56 cameras are installed. However, CNN reports that it will have to wait a few more months to take full advantage of this attraction. It is currently only open by call.
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