Crystal Lagoons’ iconic project in important international magazine

18 October, 2017 / News
Fernando Fischmann

Crystal Lagoons’ iconic project, San Alfonso del Mar, which was the platform for the global success of the multinational innovation company, keeps captivating the interest of media outlets worldwide. This time, the specialized magazine Piscinas & Afins dedicated it front page and an extensive article of its last issue to this project and Crystal Lagoons.

With an area of 8 hectares, a length of over 1 km, 2.5 meters of maximum depth and a volume of 250 thousand m3, San Alfonso del Mar´s lagoon was certified in 2007 as the world’s largest crystal clear lagoon by Guinness World Record. In 2015, Crystal Lagoons broke its own previous Guinness World Record with a 12.5-hectare mega lagoon in Citystars Sharm El Sheikh touristic development, located in the middle of the desert in one of Egypt’s most luxurious coastal areas.

The crystal clear lagoon of San Alfonso is suitable for the practice of all type of non-motor nautical activities such as kayaking, laser sailing, windsurfing, Stand Up Paddle, Wakeboarding, and more, offering recreational and sporting alternatives in a very safe environment.

Since the San Alfonso lagoon was certified as the World’s largest in 2007, it became a world class attraction that still captures the interest of media outlets around the world. In fact, only six months after its certification as the world’s largest crystalline lagoon by Guinness Record, over 2000 television, newspaper and magazine reporters visited the lagoon, including Wired, Discovery Channel, The Guardian, The Times, TV Channel Fuji Network Co, Corriere Della Sera, Stern Magazine, CNN, BBC, Süeddeutsche Zeitung, and many more.

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 crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.

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