June 07, 2019 to June 07, 2019
03:00 PM untill 05:00 PM
Royal Shell and Royal Shell Port Sanibel Marina are sponsoring Ocean Habitats, Inc.’s Thousand Reef Challenge — an environmental 501(c)(3) effort to rebuild Florida’s living coastline with the installation of artificial reefs. On Friday, June 7th, eight miniature reefs will be placed in the water at Port Sanibel Marina — located at the intersection of McGregor Blvd. and Port Comfort Road (14341 Port Comfort Road in Fort Myers) — to commemorate World Oceans Day on June 8th. This public event, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., will include: - Raffle/Door Prizes - Refreshments - Mini Reef™ Education and Viewing - Mini Reef Donations (with 100% of the donations benefitting Ocean Habitats; please make checks payable to Ocean Habitats, Inc.) Mini Reefs are 24” x 36” and support over 500 fish and crustaceans per year, hold six to ten large fish all year, hold 20 to 30 panfish, and filter between 25,000 and 35,000 gallons of water per day. This helps improve the marine environment and improves the water quality as the animals on the Mini Reef remove plankton from the water. Ultimately, the Mini Reef develops a community of fish, including grouper, snapper and barracuda, as well as stone crab, shrimp and spiny lobster, in and around it. The Mini Reef is alligator-proof and lasts for ten-plus years. “Royal Shell and Royal Shell Port Sanibel Marina are proud to rally behind the Thousand Reef Challenge. As a real estate company, Royal Shell handles an array of properties, many of which are surrounded by bodies of water that further enhance the properties’ beauty and make for quality waterfront living. Before we proceed, we must make it our business to protect our coastline with as much passion as we have for real estate,” said Michael Polly, President and Managing Broker. Ocean Habitats’ Thousand Reef Challenge kicked off last month on Fort Myers Beach. Throughout the summer, the environmental nonprofit will continue to look for sponsors to fund the installation of the remaining Mini Reefs in local waters. For more information, call (800) 674-2593 or visit OceanHabitatsInc.com. About Royal Shell: Royal Shell handles properties of all types, including primary and secondary residences, seasonal homes and investment properties, while its rental department focuses on leveraging owners’ investments for maximum return. Royal Shell began primarily as a Sanibel and Captiva islands-based company, and over the years, has opened multiple offices in Lee, Collier and Marion counties, as well as four in western North Carolina, bringing the total number of offices to 20. The business differs from other real estate companies in that they hand-select only the area’s top Realtors® to join the team. Royal Shell’s corporate office is at 7290 College Parkway, Suite 101, in Fort Myers. Call (239) 689-7653. Online at RoyalShell.com. About Royal Shell Port Sanibel Marina: Located at 14341 Port Comfort Road, Port Sanibel Marina offers the newest and largest Coast-Guard-equipped boat rental fleet in the Greater Fort Myers area. Amenities include dry storage, wet slips, charter service, kayak rentals and family-friendly activities. Call (239) 437-1660. Online at PortSanibelMarina.com.
LocationRoyal Shell Port Sanibel MarinaView map
14341 Port Comfort Road,
Fort Myers, 33908, FL, 1234