The Deepest Diving Pool in the World – “Deepspot”

The world record for the deepest diving pool goes to Poland’s “Deepspot”. Near Warsaw, this magnificent playground for scuba-divers and freedivers is 45 m (148 ft) deep with many hidden treasures lying around for guests to discover. Wrecks, caves, giant statues, a world underwater that looks like scenes from Indiana Jones or more likely Tomb Rider. You can easily imagine Jolie in her best days and her lovely gray swimsuit wiggling around these mystic grottoes. Now defeated, but the previous champion for the deepest diving pool was the Y-40 Deep Joy, from the Italian town Montegrotto Terme (42 m / 138 ft). The indoor training facility in Poland – Deepspot on the other hand has many tricks surprises up its sleeve, including great underwater tunnels for spectators. Many have been completely blown away by the Deepspot facility, still, the 39-year-old diving instructor, Przemyslaw Kacprzak, shared his first impressions in a completely honest way. “There are no magnificent fish or coral reefs here so it is no substitute for the sea but it is definitely a good place to learn and to train in order to dive safely in open water.” Kacprzak seems to be more into fishes than Tomb Raider movies, still, we’re very thankful for his professional insights.

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The world record for the deepest diving pool

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Fascility is located near Warsaw, Poland and it’s called Deepspot

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45 m (148 ft) deep

You can dive through the mysterious caves next to the giant ancient statues

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Fascility has built in tunnels for spectators as well

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