Thursday, July 29

Dubai pool breaks Guinness depth record | Digital Trends Spanish

In Dubai, they have just achieved a Guinness record by opening the world’s deepest swimming pool to the public. Baptized as Deep Dive, This pool is 60 meters deep.

Deep dive it is not a pool like any other. In addition to its depth, it has an architectural design that evokes a city lost under water and has several rooms inside, including some recreational areas with arcade machines where divers can recreate while resting.

The pool Deep dive It takes 14 million liters of water to fill, which is kept at a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius for the best comfort of divers and is purified every six hours with an ultra-advanced filter system. In an emergency, there is a hyperbaric chamber with oxygen that can hold 12 people; For its part, all movements within the pool are observed through 56 security cameras.

Deep dive It is not yet open to the public, but it is expected to happen towards the end of 2021. In the meantime, it is open to illustrious people who receive an invitation, either to dive or to do some kind of filming, since the pool it also serves as a recording studio that will surely be used as a stage for audiovisual productions in the future.

The official website of Deep dive also invites visitors to visit Burj khalifa, one of the tallest buildings in the world. However, it is also noted that, after diving, it is a good idea to wait up to 24 hours before climbing to an altitude greater than 300 meters. And if they have to write it so explicitly, perhaps it is because someone already thought of doing both walks in the same day.

The depth record of Deep dive officially beat the one in the pool Deepspot in Poland, which arrives barely 45 meters deep.

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