World’s Deepest Luxury Swimming Pool 31st March 2017
If you’re a bit of a thrill seeker when it comes to your love of water sports, then you‘ll be interested to hear about one of the world’s most unique swimming pools.
Located in Belgium’s capital Brussels and opened in May 2004, say hello to Nemo 33, the deepest swimming pool in the world. This diver’s paradise is the only pool of its kind created, made up of several sections sitting 113 feet below ground and housing many submerged structures to explore.
It also has an added attraction of giving discerning diving diners the chance to eat at its new restaurant, Pearl. The pod restaurant is only two metres in size at a depth of 16 feet in the pool, providing the chance to have a bite to eat or a glass of champagne during the course of your dive experience.
If swimming and eating doesn’t sound like the best idea for you, there is also a Thai bar and restaurant in which you can view divers in action from safe on dry land.
The attraction accepts visitors of any diving ability but you must be over the age of 12 years old to partake. If you are a certified diver then you’re free to dive alone – otherwise you will always be accompanied by a professional diving instructor. A dive here usually last around approximately two hours and the pool is heated with chlorine free fresh spring water to 86 degrees keeping you warm throughout your swim.