Dubai World’s Deepest Pool dubbed the Deep Dive Dubai has a sunken mercedes, motorcycles and bicycles at the bottom.
It has a depth of 60.02m (196.9 feet) and contains 14 million liters of water – enough to fill six Olympic-sized swimming pools.
To ensure the safety, it has 56 underwater cameras to display a live feed of people diving down to the bottom.
Last year, Dubai, already home to the world’s tallest skyscraper, opened another record-breaking attraction — the world’s deepest dive pool dubbed the Deep Dive Dubai.
The massively deep freshwater swimming pool, with a staggering depth of 60.02m (196.9 feet), contains 14 million liters of water – enough to fill six Olympic-sized swimming pools.
Located in Nad Al Sheba, Deep Dive Dubai is 15m deeper than the previous record-holder, the Deep Spot, which opened in Mszczonow, Poland in 2020.
Exploring the world’s deepest pool reveals a sunken city with a foosball table, an exercise bike as well as as motorbikes and a Mercedes-Benz CLK Convertible that divers can hop behind the wheels.
To ensure the safety of divers at every corner, 56 underwater cameras have been installed around the pool to display a live feed of people diving down to the bottom and those staying dry in the cafe.