Deepspot in Poland is one of the deepest diving towers in the world. The tower is 45.5 meters deep and with caves, ruins and a wreck it's a true playground for sport divers and free-divers. The construction took two years and approximately 8.9 million euros to build. All diving equipment is available. Your dive will be a comfortabel one. Diving conditions are excellent, with a water temperature between 32 and 34 degrees. Check the website for access and opening hours.
Enter Deepspot from the side of the pool. What to expect? Too much to mention. Visit the recreated maya ruins, dive along the glass tunnel and then look for the deepest point. The complex also features meeting rooms, a top-notch restaurant and even an underwater hotel.
Deepspot is deep, but always make sure to dive within your limitations.
- Warszawska 45, 00-045 Mszczonów, Polski
- Sufficient parking
- 50 m.
- Suitable for
- All levels, free diving, scuba diving practice
- N.v.t. / NA
- Paid diving
- Dive center , hospitality , changing rooms, toilet
- Kind of dive
- 40 - 45 m.
- Average visibility
- 45 m.
- 45,5 m.
- Other recreation