The Deepest Swimming Pool in the World, Nemo 33

Nemo 33 is a swimmer’s Disneyland. Located in Brussels, Belgium, it’s 113 feet (34.5 meters) deep, the deepest pool in the world.  The pool temperature is maintained at a comfortable 86 degrees fahrenheit (30 degrees celsius), and it’s not chlorinated! The 2.7 million litres of water is all spring-feed and highly filtered.

For the recreational swimmer (or elite),  there are even caves to explore in this man-made tank at a depth of 33 feet (10 meters).

Why build the deepest pool in the world? Belgian diving expert John Beernaerts designed it for diving instruction, fun, and for film production.

Checkout the Nemo 33 website here.

Like Nemo 33 on Facebook here. 

Nemo 33 – CAVE (courtesy of wikipedia)

Nemo 33 pool (courtesy of wikipedia)

More Nemo 33 info via Facebook:

WORLD’S DEEPEST DIVING POOL
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The only GLOBAL DIVING CONCEPT !
Pool, restaurant, bar, school, shop, medical services, …

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jean Michel

We , in Belgium , may not have super olympic 50 meter pools or Great swimmers ( though it seems that the men are getting really good lately / Final of 800 free relay in London ) but we have the deepest pool in the world ; funny contrast .

mcgillrocks

i see what you did there…

i really want to swim in that pool. it would be quite a feat to make it all the way to the bottom, and would be fun just to swim in such foreign dimensions

Jack

I’d be scared swimming in that to be honest… Like swimming out really deep in the sea, no way!

Lance R.

“Nemo 33 is a swimmer’s Disneyland.”
No, this is not a swimmers Disneyland, it is a DIVERS Disneyland… but it is pretty cool. 🙂

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MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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