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Posted on: February 21, 2020

[ARCHIVED] 13th Annual Fort Myers Beach Cruiser’s Appreciation Day

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13th Annual Fort Myers Beach Cruiser’s Appreciation Day, Noon – 3pm, Saturday, April 18, 2020

The Town of Fort Myers Beach will again celebrate Cruiser’s Appreciation Day and the success of its 70 mooring ball anchorage from Noon – 3pm on Saturday, March 28th. The mooring field is located on the Gulf of Mexico, near the western intersection of the Great Loop Route, Intracoastal Waterway and the Caloosahatchee River. It has been providing a wonderful sub-tropical destination for waterway cruisers for many years, including easy access to one of the world’s finest beaches. Cruiser’s Appreciation Day will have food and beverages, live entertainment, and a raffle with items donated by local businesses.

The celebration will again be located in the parking lot of Matanzas by the Bay under the Matanzas Pass Bridge.  Matanzas by the Bay is the upland service provider for the mooring field and will help sponsor the event along with the Anchorage Advisory Committee for the Town of Fort Myers Beach.  For boaters attending Cruiser’s Appreciation Day without overnighting in the mooring field, feel free to use the day dock at Bowditch Point Regional Park, and ride the trolley to the event.  We invite everyone, boaters and non-boaters, to come by and help us celebrate the day.

For more information go to: or call 239-463-1838.

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