A zero-depth swimming pool, also called a beach entry swimming pool, is a swimming pool having an edge or entry that gradually slopes from the deck into the water, becoming deeper with each step, in the manner of a natural beach. As there are no stairs or ladders to navigate, this type of entry assists older people, young children and people with accessibility problems where gradual entry is useful.
The maximum depth of standard swimming pool is 2.00m.
because its a pool you swim in. As opposed to a wading or play pool that is very shallow and does not permit swimming because of lack of depth. To be a swimming pool it must have sufficient depth to be able to swim in. For most people that requires a minimum depth of 3 feet.
That depends on the depth of the swimming pool, and also on its exact shape.
According to FINA, the minimum depth is 2.0m with a recommended depth of 3m
At least 2 meters.
Length of the perimeter and the depth. Is it a diving pool?
A zero entry pool is a swimming pool with a section that slopes from water level downwards, allowing people to wade into the pool.
The average depth should be 7.5 metres of water in depth.
On average they go from about 4 feet to 7 feet