Dive Bahrain: Latest pictures from the world's largest underwater theme park

See the submerged Boeing 747 in all its glory

Dive Bahrain: Latest pictures from the world's largest underwater theme park
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We brought you the news that the world's largest underwater theme park had opened two weeks ago.

And now we have the latest pictures from Dive Bahrain and of the submerged Boeing 747 in all its glory.

Underwater snaps show divers posing next to the decommissioned plane which now has a healthy coating of rust and coral as it begins its journey as a home to all kinds of marine life.

The aircraft, which was sunk in June, is the main attraction of the planned 100,000 sq m theme park off the coast of Bahrain.

Phase one of the project was completed earlier this month, with the first public dives taking place on September 7.

The rest of the park will feature several more structures including a replica of a traditional Bahraini pearl merchant’s house in the near future.

You can visit the theme park by booking onto a tour by one of the registered centres on Dive Bahrain's official website.
Click here for more information.

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