90 days after Hurricane Ian walloped Fort Myers Beach, closing every business, damaging every structure and polluting the water with debris, Paradise Parasail & Ranalli Parasail on Fort Myers Beach are back open for business.
In recent days and weeks beach traffic has been picking up, despite very few businesses being open, residents still fighting with insurance companies and FEMA, and Times Square still littered with collapsed building debris. The town of Fort Myers Beach will begin to charge for parking again next week after not charging for 3 months.
Paradise Parasail owner Captain Chase Hussey is glad to have his employees back on the payroll and is hoping to bring locals and visitors a little bit of normalcy. “Of course things look a lot different, but we’re ready to get back out there and get as many visitors and locals as possible back out to the island and enjoy some water sports fun.”
Both of Hussey’s parasail booths are set up. One is at 1028 Estero Boulevard (where the Sunset Beach Bar was) and the other is 1160 Estero Boulevard (near the new Margaritaville resort and the “Wastin Away” parking lot)
Hussey says they will are open daily from 11A to 4PM.
To make reservations call 239-463-7272. Check them out online HERE.