'World’s deepest' swimming pool just opened in Poland; features hotel rooms and caves

'Worlds deepest' swimming pool just opened in Poland; features hotel rooms and caves

The world's deepest swimming pool with hotel rooms, tunnels, and underwater caves just opened in Poland. This record-breaking complex is also an ideal training ground for professional and novice divers. The deepest point in the pool, Deepspot, is 148 feet deep and can hold 27 times the amount of water in an average pool. It also functions as an ideal training center for divers, providing educational courses.

Divers here have a lot to explore, including a shipwreck, Mayan ruins, and underwater caves. There is plenty for non-divers too, and they can see the underwater world from an underwater tunnel, as the Deepspot has hotel rooms that provide stunning views of the pool from the inside.

Polish diving instructor Przemislav Käckprzak said: “There are no great fish or coral reefs here, so it's not a substitute for the sea, but it is definitely a good place to learn and practice diving safely in the open water. Lots of fun, it's a kindergarten for divers!”

World's deepest swimming pool is a paradise for divers

Some facts about the world's deepest swimming pool

The multi-million dollar pool facility opened in Poland in Mszczonow, a beautiful city in Warsaw, Poland. It was built with around 1,100 tons of steel and is now open to the public. With this, Deepspot has also ditched the Italian Y-40 Deep Joy, the world's former deepest swimming pool.

'Deepspot' is primarily designed as a training site for divers of all levels, and has an estimated cost of $10.6 million! It took more than two years to complete this project.

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