Mermaid Show – Stellar of a show
18-07-2016 10:00am | by Web Desk
Hotel Terme Millepini’s Mermaid Show By Ilaria Molinari
Swimming is an art of bringing in all the parts of the body to work. One feels very relaxed after a couple of hours of swimming. It is even more relaxing to see an unusual extraordinary woman who takes the pool in a mermaid outfit. It is really amazing to see this incredibly talented Mermaid who keeps her spectators lured in her Mermaid show where normal people won’t withstand even for few seconds.
Hotel Terme Millepini – a 4 star hotel in Montegrotto Terme, Padua, Italy houses the world’s deepest pool. The inauguration ceremony of the world’s deepest pool – Y-40 on 5 June 2014 also paved it a way to the Guinness world records book and was awarded the “Deepest Swimming Pool for Diving”. The deepest pool is also known as “The Deep Joy”. It was the designed by architect Emanuele Boaretto and took nearly a year for completion from the start.
Y-40 is 40 meters deep and contains 4300 cubic meters of water which is maintained at a temperature of 32-34 degrees Celsius. The platforms are available in various depths ranging from 1.3 meters to 12 meters. There are tickets offered for free dive and scuba dive but the show stealer is the Mermaid show.
The name of the woman in the Mermaid outfit is Ilaria Molinari. Molinari is just 37 and owns a unique ability of holding breath for a longer period of time without use of any breathing apparatus or scuba gear. The only thing which she uses for her assistance is a nose clip.
Molinari’s love of the water was actually inspired by her mother who is a marine biologist by profession. Molinari has been swimming all the way since her childhood and has won many competitions in the journey in her native Italy.
The show is not for any normal holidaymaker. It is actually focused on scuba admirers. Molinari looks very comfortable swimming with the monofin but she is actually risking her life for entertaining the crowd which is more than just appraisable. She is now offering monofin swimming courses to spread the art which she mastered.