Strap on your eyepatch and join your mateys at the Third Annual Pirate Festival, October 10 – 13, 2008. You’ll find lots of food, a parade, treasure hunts for children and adults, a walking pub crawl, cardboard boat races, pirate ball, and professional entertainment are just a few of the highlights.

Visit the Lahaina Island Accommodations Vacation Guide for information on this and other upcoming events.


Lahaina Island Accommodations has put together the ultimate Vacation Guide to help you get the most out of your trip to Ft. Myers, Fort Myers Beach and the surrounding areas.

Packed with information and ideas, we have something for everyone plus some suggestions you probably never even knew existed!

Head to our website at click on Vacation Guide and start planning!

Whether you’re planning an action-packed family trip or a romantic getaway with someone special, keep in mind that we have provided vacation rental properties for more than 40 years – longer than anyone else on Fort Myers Beach! We know what visitors expect – and deserve – and we are perfectly positioned to exceed those expectations every day.


All of our accommodations are top-notch, and we work hard with the property owners to keep them that way. Our employees are required to complete a Business Skills Development course, which includes Communication, Team Work and Customer Service training. Reservationists are seasoned, long-time Fort Myers Beach residents who stand ready to help you select the perfect property based on your plans and needs. We even offer bilingual capabilities to assist our European guests!  


As you plan to visit Ft. Myers Beach and enjoy all the area has to offer, be sure you turn to THE premier rental agency on Fort Myers Beach – Lahaina Island Accommodations.

Lahaina Island Accommodations is pleased and proud to announce the grand opening of our new office at 6100 Estero Blvd. at the corner of Flamingo Street and Estero Blvd., Ft. Myers Beach Florida.  We’re thrilled with our new office and are positive you will be too.  Stop by and see for yourself!On August 19, we enjoyed meeting with both old friends and new friends who made it out in spite of our uninvited guest – Tropical Storm Fay! 

Thank you to John Albion, Georgia Reinmuth and Debbie Blinkhorn from the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce for their participation in our ribbon cutting ceremony and a special thanks to our Local Businesses for their support. Your generous donations for our raffle enhanced the celebration and we look forward to joining you in future events and celebrations.

Click Here to view more photos from Opening day and our office on-line.

The Roy Hobbs Baseball League was born in March 1987. The league is a nonprofit organization that organizes baseball for adults 28 years and older. In recent years the league has varied from 8-12 teams that play a 22-24 game season, starting in June and running through November. The league emphasizes competitive play, family oriented activities, and community service. They are committed to turning the old into the young, at least at heart. Their unofficial motto is “Baseball from Tee-ball to the grave.”

The Roy Hobbs Baseball World Series is held at the Lee County Sports Complex/Hammond Stadium, 14400 Six Mile Cypress Pkwy. , Fort Myers , FL from October 26 through November 23, 2008. For more information visit

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Expect a non stop pirate fun weekend for the entire family! The second annual Pirate Festival will be held on Old San Carlos Blvd Friday October 5th through Monday October 8th. There is no entrance fee to attend the Pirate Festival event. Adults and children will delight in searching for buried treasure that will be worth more than $3,500. There will be games, vendors with pirate trinkets and a Professional pirate will start the events off every morning!

Sunday evening in true pirate fashion the Pirates Ball will commence. The cost to attend the Pirates Ball is $25.00 per person or $45.00 per couple. There will be a pig roast and lots of fixings on the side. All proceeds will go to the Florida’s Lions Camp for handicapped Children.

The Surf Club and the Gulf Shore Grill, located at 1204 to 1270 Estero Blvd, are hosting the 3rd annual cardboard boat races on Saturday, September 29th from 10 AM until 4:30 PM. If you’ve never been to one of these events you’re in for a treat! All boats must be constructed of cardboard. Boats may be rowed, paddled or sailed. Contests will include the fastest, best looking, ugliest, Titanic, free-for-all and the last boat floating. Whether you build your own boat and participate or just come to watch the contestants, we promise a day filled with fun for the whole family! Come visit and enjoy this event! Book now at