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World’s deepest diving pool opens in UAE

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Deep Dive Dubai is at least four times larger than any other diving pool in the world

Now you can get to the site only by invitation, but it will open for visits this year.

Dubai has opened the deepest diving pool – its depth is 60 meters. It is part of the new Deep Dive Dubai attraction. About this on Friday, July 9, writes CNN.

On the eve of the Guinness Book of Records, it was recognized as the deepest diving pool.

It is reported that earlier the record for the deepest basin belonged to the Polish Deepspot basin with a depth of 45 meters.

The Deep Dive Dubai is known to hold 14 million liters of fresh water, which is comparable to six Olympic-sized pools.

The water temperature in it is maintained at +30 ° C, which “is comfortable for a thin wetsuit or swimsuit.”

The pool is located inside an oyster-shaped structure on an area of ​​1,500 square meters, which is an allusion to the history of the United Arab Emirates as a nation of pearl divers.

The pool is equipped with modern lighting and sound systems to create the necessary atmosphere.

The pool also serves as an underwater film studio – the largest of its kind in the region. There is a media editorial room adjacent to the facility.

About 56 cameras have been installed throughout the pool to ensure the safety of the divers. It also houses the region’s most advanced pressure chamber for 12 people in case of an emergency.

The facility is currently open by invitation only and will open to the public at the end of the year. Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, an avid diver, was one of the first visitors to the pool.

Recall that the Malaysian company Genting Berhad opened a new hotel-casino Resorts World, the total area of ​​the gambling establishment is almost 11 thousand sq. m.

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