Y40 Deep Joy – the World’s Deepest Pool – Design You Trust

Y40 Deep Joy – the World’s Deepest Pool

Y-40 is projected by Architect Emanuele Boaretto and supported by the “Boaretto Group Hotel and Resort”. The name Y-40 is inspired by mathematical symbols. “Y” is the ordinate axis of the Cartesian system and “–40” means the world’s record depth or our pool- that is 40 meters underground. Y-40 is filled with thermal spa water. 4300 cubic meters maintained at a temperature of 32-34°C. The pool is 40 meters deep with a surface area measuring 21x18m. It has various intermediate depths and caves for technical scuba diving.

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A drawing showing the depth of the Y40 Deep Joy, the worlds deepest pool. The design is harmonious with the surrounding countryside. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The Y-40 Deep Joy is the worlds deepest pool. Located in the Euganean Hills of Italy, it was designed by architect Emanuele Boaretto and is a part of the Millipini Hotel. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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In addition to being the world’s deepest pool, the Deep Joy is filled with thermal spa water which is heated to 32 degrees C. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The lobby outside of the Deep Joy. The pool was opened to the public for the first time on June 5, 2014. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The 40 meter (or 120ft) deep pool has an underground bridge at -5m for those who want to stay dry. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The Y-40 Deep Joy is the worlds deepest pool. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The outside of the Y40 Deep Joy, which is built into the hillsides of Italy. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The Y-40 Deep Joy features several levels and grottos. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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The various levels and caves make it ideal of technical scuba diving, for which lessons are offered at the Terme Milleprini Hotel. (Photo by Courtesy Y40 Deep Joy)

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