Deep Dive Dubai, the world’s deepest swimming pool is located in Dubai’s Nad Al Sheba neighborhood. The state-of-the-art pool is recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s deepest swimming pool for diving, with a depth of more than 60 meters and a storage capacity of 14 million liters of water, equal to six Olympic-sized pools.
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Aside from its incredible depth, the pool has other unrivaled underwater elements, such as sunken city’ with an abandoned urban streetscape where divers may explore and find intricate details in a modern Atlantis-like immersive zone.
The building’s architecture, shaped like an oyster, pays homage to Dubai’s pearl diving legacy as well as the bravery of Emirati pioneers. Deep Dive Dubai promises to be a lively new venue for gatherings, with an onsite dive and gift store, a restaurant, and conference spaces for up to 100 people.
It’s worth mentioning that Deep Diving Dubai enhanced some of the most recent technical advances, as seen below.
Underwater cameras, hydrophones, underwater habitats, smart lighting design systems, and a decompression chamber are just a few of the technology features used in Dive Deep Dubai.
Deep Dive Dubai’s pool boasts the newest technology, including the region’s most modern hyperbaric chamber, as well as a sunken city that divers of all abilities can explore, replete with an abandoned streetscape and an apartment, garage, and arcade.
A team of international diving professionals offers freediving and scuba diving experiences and courses to divers of all abilities.
Two underwater habitats with a dry chamber at six and 21 meters, 56 underwater cameras covering all aspects of the pool, and modern sound and mood lighting systems are among the features of the 60-meter pool.
The pool’s freshwater is filtered and circulated every six hours by one of the region’s most prominent and quickest filter systems, using siliceous volcanic rock, NASA-developed filter technology, and UV radiation.
In addition, the pool’s water, which is kept at a constant temperature of 30° C, is filtered by one of the region’s most advanced filtration systems. Freshwater is filtered via a perlite filter made of siliceous volcanic rock to remove debris, dust, and organic matter, then ionized using a NASA-developed technique to control bacteria, and finally disinfected by a pair of UV reactors; the process is repeated every six hours.
The complex’s mixed-use design features an 80-seat restaurant overlooking the pool, classrooms, meeting and conference areas, and a gift store, in addition to its breathtaking aquatic wonders.
Furthermore, the facility’s employees can communicate with the divers, play music, or create underwater soundscapes using 27 speakers and a specialized sound system. The world’s largest underwater film studio, complete with a media editing room and a video wall, is located at Deep Dive Dubai.
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