Deep In The Water

So this is the world's deepest swimming pool. I don't really like swimming and for me would be a true nightmare… but for others looks like fun. It seems it is located in Brussels, Belgium inside a recreational diving center and almost anyone is allowed to dive as long as he or she is accompanied by a professional instructor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From wikipedia: "The pool itself consists of a submerged structure with flat platforms at various depth levels. The pool has two largeflat-bottomed areas at depth levels of 5m (16 ft) and 10m (32 ft), and a largecircular pit descending to a depth of 33m (108 ft).It is filled with 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water maintainedat 30°C… "    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Source: Nemo33 via Anvari 

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21 Responses to “Deep In The Water”

  1. I’ve seen that before, looks scary!

  2. much too scary I would say… 🙂

  3. Looks like fantastic fun, but it would be better if they out a few fish in there. Also I think you are out on the amount of water 2.5 m litres seems way short. 2.5 trillion perhaps

  4. I think they would die in that pool…

  5. I have seen that before it looks scarry.

  6. Really cool, fish would be nice but you’d have to deal with food and waste, algae growth and the like. Fish really need a complete habitat. I spend four days or more each week underwater, usually between 40 and 60 feet, if I didn’t have too I wouldn’t return to the surface at all. Can I have one of these attached to my house?

  7. I think it would be a little difficult to attach something as huge as this pool to the house 😉

  8. looks fantastic, wish our local swimming pool was like that, I would never be out of it…lol

  9. Been there done that but loved it
    Different

  10. bu ne la :p

  11. hay amu?a goyim

    anetçiler bu nedir yaf

  12. abi anete de yapt?rcaklard? bundan, kapand?. ?ans?m?za zçam.

  13. I wonder how long it took to fill with water?

  14. looks totally awesome!!! I want to go there!

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  16. wow this pool is extreemly freeky wow that is wayyyyyyy to deep who would swim in that? omg that is soooooooooooo scary…… when i fond pics of this pool i almost screamed eek i hate deep water… thank god this pool isnt in the usa or i would be dead…

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  18. This pool is really cool and an absolute must for any learner diver. It quickly takes the fear out of most first time divers as they can train at depth which helps grow confidance…

  19. We have a smaller basin like this one in the olympic pool complex in Montréal. It’s only 15 metres (45 feet) deep with two mid-levels at 5 and 10 metres, but it’s so nice in February when the temperature outside is -15°C…

    Real convenient to adjust new gear and try different trim configs.

  20. that looks scary as fuck lolz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

  21. It’s called NEMO 33 and it’s located in Bruxelles, Belgium. Yes, nearly everyone, who is fit for diving can do a Scuby Tryout with an instructor but not to the bottom which is 33 meters.

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