Crystal Lagoons’ largest man-made lagoon in the US, fully filled30 July, 2018 / Crystal Lagoons, News
Crystal Lagoons® completed the process of filling in its crystalline lagoon at Beachwalk in northern St. Johns County on Monday, July 23, 2018. The 14-acre lagoon contains 37 million gallons of water and will serve as the anchor for the Beachwalk development off CR-210.
Developer John Kinsey tossed a ceremonial final bucket of water into the lagoon where residents will soon enjoy swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding or relaxing along the 100-foot wide white quartz beach.
The multinational water innovation company has developed a concept and technology to create a large-scale, Caribbean-style beachfront recreational location anywhere in the world at very low construction and maintenance costs, using 100 times less chemicals than conventional swimming pools and only 2% of the energy used by conventional swimming pool filtration systems. The clean, turquoise water makes for a year-round playground. “If done right, this technology has the potential to be a complete game changer,” Kinsey says.
“We’re the first ones doing something quite like this and there have been bumps in the road,” he admits, “But the lagoon and beachfront have come together exactly like we hoped it would.”
Kinsey hopes future residents will be swimming in the lagoon by late August or early September of this year.
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.
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