Beachfront Lighting: Before and after retrofit pictures

Below are properties that STC has retrofitted in current or past grants. The retrofitted properties follow all three rules to turtle friendly lighting: keep it low, keep it shielded, and keep it long (wavelength).

 

The photos on the left were taken before STC retrofitted the property, and the photos on the right were taken after STC retrofitted the property.

Destin West, Okaloosa County

The Pearl of Navarre Beach, Santa Rosa County


Mariner Condominiums, Escambia County


Single-family home, Escambia County


Summerlin Condominium, Okaloosa County

Single-family home, Gulf County

Seafarer, Escambia County

Tristan Towers, Escambia County

Palacio Condominiums, Escambia County

Island Echos, Okaloosa County

Pelican Isle, Okaloosa County

Single-family home, Gulf County


Breakers East grill area, Okaloosa County

Beach and Yacht Club, Escambia County

San Perdido, Escambia County

Single family home on Ariola Dr., Escambia County

Holiday Surf and Racquet, Okaloosa County

Top of the Gulf, Bay County

Summerhouse, Bay County

Sun Dunes, Santa Rosa County

Islander Beach Resort, Okaloosa County

Perdido Sun Condominiums, Escambia County

Florencia, Escambia County

Eastern Mist, Franklin County

Holiday Inn Express, Escambia County

Regency Towers, Bay County

Sabine Yacht and Racquet, Escambia County

Bonnie by the C, Franklin County

Pool area at Tops’l Beach and Racquet Club, Walton County

Emerald Isle, Okaloosa County

The Crescent at Miramar Beach, Walton County

To download educational materials on sea turtles and lighting, visit the Education and Outreach page.

Program Overview

Lighting and Dune Projects

Turtle Friendly Lighting Examples 

How You Can Help

If you live in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota,  Charlotte, Lee or Collier counties and are interested in retrofitting your beachfront property, call STC at 352-373-6441.