Diver Finds $1 Million in Coins off Florida Coast

Eric Schmitt has found a $1 million worth of gold coins and chains from the Spanish ship 1715 Fleet that shipwrecked off the coast of Ft. Pierce, Florida on July 31, 1715. The star of the haul was an extremely rare coin known as a “Tricentennial Royal” minted in 1715, includes 51 coins and 40 feet… Continue reading Diver Finds $1 Million in Coins off Florida Coast

Woman Walking On Water

Slovakian synchronised swimmer Lenka Tanner performs the trick upside-down by diving beneath the water and then pacing across the surface from below. She said “For me, running on water is not that hard, because I’ve been practicing it for over 20 years. The big deal for me now is to give the sport a boost.” The… Continue reading Woman Walking On Water

The World’s First Underwater Store in Dubai

Sony Mobile has created the world’s first underwater store in Dubai. The store was open for three days as a marketing tool for the waterproof Xperia Z Series. The air-tight store was built at the bottom of the ocean near the coast of Lebanon island at The World Islands, about 4 kilometres off Dubai. Watch… Continue reading The World’s First Underwater Store in Dubai

Y-40: World’s Deepest Indoor Swimming Pool

Y-40 is the deepest indoor swimming pool in the world, according to Guinness World Record. The pool is located in Montegrotto Terme, Padua, Italy. Its maximum depth is 41.7 metres (137 feet), and it contains 4.3 million litres (945,867 gal; 1,135,939 US gallons) of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water maintained at around 32 °C (90°F). It… Continue reading Y-40: World’s Deepest Indoor Swimming Pool