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The 2011 Panama City Beach Restoration Project!


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This is the first retention pond being filled at Celadon Beach Resort Thursday morning October 13, 2011

Celadon Beach filling of first retention pond

Working Retention pond #1

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Looking west at #1

Picture of Celadon Beach Resort Beach Renourishment Project

The sand to restore Panama City Beach is dredged approximately 7miles off shore. The dredge boat attaches to a pipe that runs approximately 50 yards off shore. The sand is pimped through the pipe into retention ponds formed by Caterpillar bulldozers.

Boat pumping sand to Celadon Retention pond.

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Retention Pond #1 at Celadon Beach Resourt is full.

Picture of the Panama City Beach Restioration project amphiobus survey vehicle

The beach renourishment amphibious survey vehicle motors by Celadon Beach Resort

View od the survey platform from Celadon Beach Resort

Anyone want a ride?

PCB Resoration survey vehicle in the Gulf of Mexico

Look at past the CAT the survey vehicle is in the deep water in front of Celadon Beach Resort

Celadon Beach Resort PCB Renourishment project

 Thursday Afternoon starting to work on Celadon Beach Retention pond #2

Panama City Beach Beach Restoration at Celadon Beach Resort

Thursday Evening #2 Celadon Beach pond #2 ready.

Celadon Beach Resort Beach Renourishment

Celadon pond #2. Picture taken from the base of the east boardwalk

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Water starting Celadon Beach pond #2 taken from east boardwalk

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 Pond #2 at Celadon from east boardwalk

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Celadon pond #2. Picture from main boardwalk.

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Celadon Beach Resort pond #2 full

Picture of Beach Renourishment prokect at Panama City Beach

Starting to spreas the sand from pond #2 at Celadon Beach Resort. Late Thursday October 13, 2011

Picture of Beach Restoration / Renourishment of Panama City Beach at Celadon Beach Resort

 Celadon Beach Resort pond #3 Early Friday October 14, 2011

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Celadon Beach Resort pond #3 full

Picture of Panama City Beach Renourishment project

Looking past Celadon pond #3 toward Splash. You can see the difference in the beach width.

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Celadon Pond # 4  Friday evening October 14,2011

Picture of Beach Restoration in Panama City Beach

Early Saturday Morning October 15, 2011.  Pond #5 sand being spread.

 Picture of PCB Renourishment Project

Pond #6 in front of Splash Boardwalk

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Hi Jerry 

I have the agreement and will I get it out by Saturdays mail! 

Thank you again .. Looking forward to our vacation and your condo.. I have talked with many owners in the building you were the best!  We couldn’t decide on east or west end knowing nothing about the area I hope we picked the best end. 



You have a beautiful condo!  Please keep us informed of specials, etc., if you ever have any.  Regardless, we really loved it and hope to be contacting you again in the future.  Thanks again! 

Connie Van Tassel – St. Louis, MO

Hi Jerry & Pam. Wanted to let you know that we really enjoyed our month stay and loved your condo. The view was amazing. The condo is nicely decorated and very clean and comfortable. Everyone at Celadon was friendly and really made us feel welcome. The beach service was wonderful and Billy did a great job keeping the beach clean. Overall our stay was outstanding  and we will definitely be back. We fell in love with Panama City Beach on this trip. I would recommend your condo and the Celadon Beach to one and all. Thank You, Betty Shiver, Mckinney,Texas