The pool is part of the Deep Dive Dubai attraction. It measures 60 meters (196ft) deep. This surpasses the depth of Poland’s Deepspot that measured over 45meters.
The Deep Dive Dubai pool contains 14 million litres of water, equivalent to six Olympic-sized swimming ponds. It is approximately four times the size of any other world diving pool. Guinness named it ” The Deepest Swimming Pool For Diving” on June 27.
The facility is currently only available to guests, but it will soon be accessible to the general public. The crown prince Dubai Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was among the first to visit and shared his experience through social media.
Water temperature is maintained at a constant 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), which is a comfortable temperature to wear a thin swimsuit or wetsuit.
An underwater film studio and a sunken city
The indoor pool is contained in an oyster-shaped 1,500-square-meter structure. It pays tribute to the United Arab Emirates’ pearl diving history.
Deep Dive Dubai’s biggest star is undoubtedly its underwater city. Divers can visit abandoned cities, explore them and then play in the underwater pool. To create different atmospheres, the collection is equipped with state-of-the-art lighting systems and sound systems.
The largest underwater film studio in the area, the pool doubles as a swimming pool. There is also a media editing area nearby.
Deep Dive Dubai offers certification courses as well as beginner diving classes. After taking a tour with one of the diving guides, divers can explore the pool or the underwater city all by themselves.
Around the pool, 56 cameras have been placed to ensure divers safety at all corners. It also boasts the region’s most advanced hyperbaric room, which can hold 12 people in case of emergency.
Jarrod Jablonski from Deep Dive Dubai said that while there are many deep dive pools, this one is the most interesting. It is not only the largest and deepest but also has the sunken-city effect, which makes it a world leader.
“There are so many things it’s just not fair to refer to it as a pool.”
Deep Dive Dubai doesn’t recommend that you visit Burj Khalifa at the top.
The dive complex also boasts a restaurant that has large windows and TV screens. This allows friends and families to observe the action from dry land.
Deep Dive Dubai has posted a notice to its website if anyone is unsure about the depth of the pool.
It warns that you shouldn’t dive to the top, but it is advisable not to do so.
It’s a good idea to wait for 18-24hours before you climb higher than 300 meters (1,000 ft) after a dive. It is not a risk to dive after visiting the tallest building in the country.