What size is an Olympic sized swimming pool?

What size is a full size swimming pool?

Volume. Olympic-size swimming pool are approximately 50 m or 164 feet in length, 25 m or 82 feet in width, and 2 m or 6 feet in depth. These measurements create a surface area of 13,454.72 square feet and a volume of 88,263 cubic feet.

How much does an Olympic-size pool cost?

Olympic-Size Pool Cost

The cost of Olympic-size swimming pools is between $300,000 and $500,000. Olympic-size pools conform to very strict measurements. They are exactly 50 meters in length, 25 meters in width and have at least 2 meters depth.

What is the most common pool size?

In general, the most common inground pool sizes are:

  • 5-10 ft long (spa size)
  • 10-15 ft. long.
  • 15-20 ft. long.
  • 20-25 ft. long (for a small to medium-sized family)
  • 25-30 ft. long.
  • 30-35 ft. long.
  • 35-40 ft. long.
  • 40-45 ft. long (for the serious swimmer!)

How much does a 25 yard lap pool cost?

One study found, on average, an inground pool in the U.S. costs about $39,000. However, most backyard lap pools are longer and larger than the average inground recreational pool. That will make the price tag higher. A full-length 25-yard or 25-meter pool can easily exceed $100,000, once you factor in everything.

How much does a 18×36 inground pool cost?

Inground Pool Cost By Size

Pool Size (feet) Price
12×24 $14,400 – $37,440
14×28 $19,600 – $48,750
16×32 $25,600 – $66,560
18×36 $32,400 – $84,240
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