The Fort Myers Boat show will be held in Downtown Fort Myers, November 12th – 15th. For more information please check out Go Boating Florida’s Blog “What to Expect at the 2020 Fort Myers Boat Show” at https://goboatingflorida.com/2020/10/29/what-to-expect-at-the-2020-fort-myers-boat-show/?fbclid=IwAR3wU4HsBmrAPfCK8aSJXCnf-wDBGsa04DUO0Cr-UKFfLVBnC-y8f5uJ0NA
Click on the link below to purchase your tickets. See you there! https://goboatingflorida.com/2017/10/26/know-boat-show/
If you have a structure that needs to be repaired or replaced due to the storm please contact us with your questions. Florida Emergency Order OGC No.: 17-0989 Emergency Order Expiration Date: 10/4/17 Coastal Construction Control Line Permitting Docks, piers, boardwalks, observation platforms, boat houses, gazebos and pilings Shoreline structures such as seawalls, bulkheads, revetments,
Village of Estero is holding a Watercraft Safety Seminar on Monday, March 20, 2017 from 4-5 p.m. at the Pelican Sound Golf and River Club. Visit https://estero-fl.gov/watercraft-safety-seminar/ for more information.
Attached is an article from the Santiva Chronicle covering the Sea Level Rise Symposium held on Captiva, January 13, 2017. Hans was one of the speakers at the event. Santiva Chronicle Article
Hans Wilson, was awarded the Calusa Chapter of the Florida Engineering Society’s Engineer Of The Year Award on June 18, 2015. Congratulations Hans!
As part of HWA’s continued service delivery, we wanted to notify you of permitting options associated with HB 7023. Permitting is an arduous and often times expensive proposition. While using the extent of your active permit might not be a current option, the extension process outlined below in HB7023 is a much more cost effective
Southwest Florida Marine Industries Association consists of businesses with interests in the local recreational boating community. SWFMIA actively promotes boating activities, works to protect the rights of boaters and encourages safety on our waterways. Visit www.goboatingflorida.com for information on events, services and boating resources. If you are interested in becoming a member visit their website
Mangroves are tropical trees that are restricted to the calm intertidal areas of Florida where temperatures do not usually drop below freezing for prolonged periods. They generally exist south of St. Augustine on the east coast, and from Cedar Key south on the West Coast. There are three species of mangroves in Florida: Red Mangrove,