Swimming pools are for people of all ages. However, adults always opt for swimming pools that are deep in order to enjoy other water-based activities like diving. Luckily, there are deep swimming pools that can be visited. However, you might be surprised how deep these pools are. Listed below are some of world’s deepest swimming pools.
Submarine Escape Training Tank
This is not your typical family swimming pool since the Submarine Escape Training Tank is used by the Royal Navy, US Navy, and Royal Australian Navy to train submariners in methods of emergency escape. The S.E.T.T features several entrances at varying depths of up to 30m.
Nemo 33 is known to be the world’s deepest indoor pool until June 4, 2014. The pool has a maximum depth of 34.5 metres and contains 2,500,000 litres of of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water maintained at 30 °C. Nemo 33 also features several simulated underwater caves at 10 metres (33 ft) depth level.
Y-40 Deep Joy
Completed on June 5, 2015, the Y-4o Deep Joy now holds the record of the world’s deepest indoor swimming pool at 40 metres. Y-40 Deep Joy features a shallow 1.3m deep to 12m before plummeting the remaining 28 metres.
UK is planning to top off their previous Y-40 Deep Joy by creating a new 50 metre pool called the Blue Abyss. The Blue Abyss will be located outside London in Essex. The Blue Abyss can cater Scuba Divers, Freedivers and Commercial Divers after its completion.
Trivia Info Source From: Absolute-pools.com