This pool currently being built in Poland might be a perfect way to get over your fear of the deep end — or it could be your biggest nightmare. Deepspot will become the world’s deepest pool upon opening in fall 2019; it will hold around 213,000 gallons of water and will go as deep as 148 feet below the surface. Deepspot will also feature underwater caves and overhangs.

Photo: Deepspot/Facebook

Photo: Deepspot/Facebook

Deepspot will be available for everyone, from beginners to professional, with an interest in diving. But if you don’t feel like getting your toes wet, there will be an underwater tunnel for spectators to tour the pool while staying dry. Surrounding conference rooms, training rooms, and hotel rooms will also get a view of the pool’s interior.

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Deepspot will take the title of world’s deepest pool from Y-40 The Deep Joy in Italy’s Hotel Millepini, but its reign won’t last long. A pool called the Blue Abyss is currently under construction in England. It’s slated to open in 2020, be 164 feet deep, and double as a commercial astronaut training center.

H/T: Thrillist