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World's Deepest Pool Lacks A High Dive

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The world's deepest swimming pool (108 feet) resides in Brussels, Belgium and serves as "multi-purpose diving instruction, recreational, and film production facility."

The pool itself consists of a submerged structure with flat platforms at various depth levels. The pool has two large flat-bottomed areas at depth levels of 5m (16 ft) and 10m (32 ft), and a large circular pit descending to a depth of 33m (108 ft). It is filled with 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water maintained at 30°C (86°F) and contains several simulated underwater caves at the 10m depth level. There are numerous underwater windows that allow outside visitors to look into the pools at various depths.

While that's cool and all, where the hell is the high dive? You can't have a pool that deep and not have a high dive, it's blasphemous. I mean, WTF? Oh well, I'm still gonna sink my girlfriend's body in the deep end.

Hit the jump off for a bunch more pictures.

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Thanks to Olivia, who has blinded me with her natural mermaid beauty

There are Comments.
  • Right after saving up enough funds to get this kind of structure designed for family fun, individuals in many instances find they'll only use the pool for a couple months per year. Not everyone resides a place which experiences warm temperature conditions year-round. More than likely, it will not be warm enough to open up your pool area before the end of May or possibly in early June and the area will probably be closed up securely before the trick or treaters ring the door-bell.

  • Right after saving up enough funds to get this kind of structure designed for family fun, individuals in many instances find they'll only use the pool for a couple months per year. Not everyone resides a place which experiences warm temperature conditions year-round. More than likely, it will not be warm enough to open up your pool area before the end of May or possibly in early June and the area will probably be closed up securely before the trick or treaters ring the door-bell.

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