Crystal Lagoons technology -patented in more than 190 countries with a portfolio of more than 2,200 patents- allows the construction and maintenance of crystal clear lagoons of unlimited sizes at low cost. This innovation is sustainable, since it uses up to 30 times less water than a golf course, 100 times less chemicals than a swimming pool and only 2% of the energy of a conventional filtering system.
Crystal Lagoons, the North American company founded in 2007, was a pioneer in developing this concept and technology of unique value: it makes possible the creation of beach life and a tropical paradise anywhere in the world, transforming the local landscape and creating a magical environment of turquoise waters that can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Currently, Crystal Lagoons has more than 1,000 projects in different stages of development and negotiation, in more than 60 countries around the world such as the United States, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Spain, Thailand, Australia, Vietnam, South Africa, Peru, Japan, Colombia, Argentina, Indonesia, Turkey, Mexico, Uruguay, Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Chile, among others.
After revolutionizing the real estate sector for 10 years, Crystal Lagoons began a new corporate stage, revolutionizing cities with Public Access Lagoons™ which are monumental crystalline lagoons suitable for bathing, nautical sports, white sands, beach life close to home and which anyone can access through the purchase of a ticket.
PAL™ developments are low investment and maintenance projects, with a short-term return, and the possibility of massive use. They revitalize vacant lands, and become public spaces that add value and quality of life to their surroundings, contributing to social inclusion, recreation and relaxation. In addition, the average income generated by a PAL™ is 10 times higher than that generated by a real estate project. These characteristics are making them the new meeting point of the 21st century.
The Public Access Lagoons™ model are exclusive license contracts for a specific geographical area and a certain volume of projects, in association with institutional investors, investment funds, family offices and real estate developers through master agreements.