Chile’s World’s Largest Swimming Pool is an Engineering Miracle Tauheed Ahmad May 21, 2015 Travel & Places 1004 Chile has some unique attractions to cater the tourists all over the world; by presenting the world’s largest swimming pool attracts large crowds to pay a visit to the San Alfonso del Mar resort at Algarrobo, on Chile’s southern coast. The pool length is about is 3,323 feet long, covering an area of 20 acres containing some 250 million liters of seawater, with a maximum depth of 11.5 feet. The water is pumped from the Pacific Ocean, filtered, and treated. The world’s largest swimming pool took five years to build at a lavish cost of £ 1 billion and an annual maintenance bill for about USD 4 million. It was opened for public in December 2006, and their water is crystal clear even you can see the bottom of its depth. The gigantic pool is controlled by computer suction device and filtration system to keep fresh seawater in permanent circulation. The pool water is drawing in from the ocean at one end and pumping it out at the other end. Moreover, the sun warms the water that has a temperature of 26 degrees Celsius, 9 degrees warmer than the ocean side. Chile biochemist “Fernando Fischmann” is the man who designed this massive pond. He says, we can build an impressive artificial paradise even in inhospitable areas. It is really true that the pool is like heaven in a dry area. The swimming length of this pool is the world’s largest outdoor pool would mean stroke after stroke for over three fifths of a mile and that’s 20 Olympic-size swimming pools. If you’re water lover and distance swimmer, then this is dream come true, as the chill water not overly chlorinated. Indeed this is a engineering miracle–you can’t really wrap your head around how HUGE the pool is–it is really more of a lake would give the pool itself 5 stars. If you don’t like cold water and can’t swim you might not enjoy it as much as the others did. Related PostsWorld’s Biggest Backyard Swimming Pool in Texas Magnificent Swimming Pool Replica of ViolinChampagne Pool: New Zealand’s Most Fascinating Geothermal Attraction “Sua Ocean Trench” The Most Magical Swimming Pool in the World?El Tatio, Third Largest Geyser Field in WorldThe Hand of Desert in ChileSwaik Lake: The Hidden Gem of Kallar KaharPailon Del Diablo Waterfall in Ecuador Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.