There are an estimated 5.2M installed inground pools in the united states
the depth of the olympic swimming pools is 5 to 6 metres****
Most pools should be oval shaped. Oval shaped pools allow the swimmer to be able to swim laps and have a pool with greater depth.
Under no condition do fiberglass pools have "ripples" on the bottom after they are installed. Of course, the pool could have been damaged in some way, then improperly repaired, before or after it was installed.
The kinds of cheap swimming pools that are available are the rubber swimming pools that kids can play in. The ones that have to be installed in backyards are expensive.
I cannot find the exact dimentions for the pool in china - but most pools w/ a 10 meter board have a depth of at least 16-18 feet
if you have to ask then you cannot afford it
Here in Las Vegas there are many custom pools with max depth under 5'. We are building a pool now and the company originally wanted to max the depth at 5' as most custom in-ground pools here are designed for lounging, not diving. It was quite the discussion to convince them we wanted a 'real' deep end. And since it's our pool, they are making it happen. Perhaps it depends on where you live, but again here in Southern NV, it is common for the deepest portion of custom, in-ground pools to be between 4 1/2' to 5' deep.
This question is difficult because there is not really a typical pool. Most of the pools we build on homeowners property run from 3 feet in depth to 6 or 8 feet in depth. So the average depth would be from 4 and 1/2 feet to 5 and 1/2 feet. The normal home sized pool will range from 15 by 30 feet to 20 by 40 feet. They can be larger or smaller, but this is the normal range we build in. Commercial pools can range in depth to 16 feet for diving towers, so the average depth would be much deeper. Pools can be just about any shape also and really any depth. I hope this helps answer the question.
The state with the most swimming pools would be Arizona.
The depth of an Olympic swimming lane is two meters. In non Olympic pools the depth of the lanes are one average 1.35 meters.
While the depth of the pool depends on the use, most private pools are at least six feet at some point. Public pools designed for diving can be up to 18 feet in the deep end