CaliforniaMama Saturday May 4 02:09 PM
May 4, 2013 - Nemo
You are looking at the world's deepest pool. It is 113 feet (34.5 meters) deep and holds 2.7 million litres of water. The pool is highly filtered (but not chlorinated) spring water that is kept at 86 degrees fahrenheit (30 degrees celsius). It is all man made and even has caves to explore!
The mastermind behind it all is John Beernaerts, a diving expert. He thought it would be great for diving instruction, making underwater films and for just plain fun!
Sadly it is in Brussels, Belgium, and I doubt we'll be having a swim party anytime soon.
Sources include Swimswam, Feedbox, WordlessTech, I Like To Waste My Time, and Celebrity Pools.
Sundae Saturday May 4 03:14 PM
And it's warm! (thanks for the celsuis translation.)
But did you spot the chocolate starfish?
SPUCK Sunday May 5 06:18 AM
Looks like another missile silo pool.
infinite monkey Sunday May 5 09:46 AM
that's a little over the depth we went for advanced scuba training. that looks like fun.
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