Crystal Lagoons First Guinness World Record Catches Attention of Prestigious Magazine in Japan22 July, 2019 / News
Crystal Lagoons® was awarded its first Guinness World Record in 2007, due to its monumental crystalline lagoon known as San Alfonso del Mar, located in Algarrobo, some 60 miles from Santiago, Chile. Despite having broken its own personal record and gaining yet another Guinness World Record for its Sharm El Sheik lagoon in Egypt, San Alfonso del Mar continues to captivate the international press. On this occasion, the prestigious Elle Magazine (Japan edition) has highlighted it as a “must see”.
Over a kilometer in length, San Alfonso del Mar is built on the Chilean coastline, the lagoon offers a direct view of the Pacific Ocean, along with white sand beaches and tranquil, crystalline turquoise waters.
Spanning over an area of 20 acres, the lagoon uses technology created by Fernando Fischmann, a biochemist turned businessman and real estate developer.
Monumental dimensions aside, Crystal Lagoons pioneering technology allows for any type of water to be used: salt, fresh or brackish water, based on their availability, while fully complying with the most stringent international physicochemical and microbiological water quality standards.
This award served as a platform to catapult the innovation company to global expansion. The firm currently holds over 2.000 patents in 190 countries and has 600 projects in different stages of negotiation, design and construction around the globe.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.