Nemo 33 – the Deepest Diving Pool in the World…

I like everything that is the … and it doesn’t matter whether it is the biggest, the nicest, the quickest or simply the deepest. So today I would like to tell you about the deepest scuba diving pool in the world. You can find this masterpiece in Belgium and it offers 105 feet (33 meters) of warm (91F/33C) crystal clear tropical water. The pool is called Nemo33 and it was built namely for scuba diving training.

That is … the biggest scuba diving swimming pool is situated in Belgium and not in Dubai. It contains 2.5 million liters (660,430 gallons) of spring water and it is a perfect place for all divers. Nemo33 offers not only multiple levels for training but special tunnels for diving learning.

The pool itself was designed by a Belgian diving expert, John Beernaerts. It is popular not only among divers and those adoring too dive, numerous film-makers and scientists view it as an excellent opportunity to make movies.

There is computer-controlled filtration system in the pool that is responsible for normal water condition. The pool has a number of underwater caves, as well as a large circular pit at 33 meters. Both experienced and not very experienced divers can train there.

The pool has special windows for everybody concerned to enjoy the diving process!