World’s deepest swimming pool to be a new attraction in Poland Posted by Kasia on Jun 30, 2019 in Adventures, Culture, Current News, Places to visit, Sports
Get ready to dive into the world’s deepest swimming pool later this fall! If you haven’t heard about it yet – this new attraction is planned to open in Poland this fall!
Deepspot is a project of the Flyspot brand, a company responsible for very popular FlySpot indoor skydiving tunnels.
Based in Mszczonów, about 50 kilometers outside of Warsaw, pool will reach 45 metres deep. The pool will hold 8,000 cubic metres of water — or the equivalent of 27 25-metre swimming pools. Open to amateurs and professionals alike, the pool will also be used as a scuba site, with landing platforms at various depths. A transparent underwater viewing tunnel is also part of the final design, if you are not a fan of diving, but would like to watch it. There will be hotel rooms with the pool view, conference rooms and restaurants near by.
Sounds like such a fun place, of course for everyone who loves water! The water in this pool is going to be warmer than in traditional pools, so that divers will not have to wear wet suits. There are variety of depths, so swimmers/divers will be able to train for a variety of conditions. Students will be able to learn to dive with instructors and complete comprehensive diving training, while freedivers can experiment in the unique conditions.
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