|Per week||$1,800 - $4,900|
* Enjoy a seamless vacation! You can take a charter boat directly to the dock at Seawatch. (See our Adventures page)
* Only island home that saves you one half day+ of travel time with direct, economical, charter service (arrivals and departures to our private Seawatch boating/fishing dock)
* Beautiful white powder sand swimming beach!
* The only home with fantastic fishing on dock or 2 minutes to North Captiva Pass (Tarpon fishing)!
* Upstairs and downstairs suites for extended families!
* Large spacious home with beautiful unobstructed views of the beach, bay, and palms from the great room/dining room!
* Thoroughly renovated in 2007!
* Private, on-site, palm grove picnic area with charcoal grill!
* Seawatch is truly a beachfront home and not a home away from the water.
Ideal for large, extended, and multiple families with private deep water fishing/boating dock. Seawatch is one of only 2 rental homes with 4 or more bedrooms. Also, Seawatch has the only available deep water dock as part of the rental. Seawatch, completed in 2007, is architecturally designed with spacious and panoramic views throughout. The 4,000 square foot vacation home includes numerous decks and screened porches (front & back) along with 10 foot of cathedral ceilings decorated in earth tone colors.
Retreat to this beautiful tranquil North Captiva Island, graced by a wildlife sanctuary and 3 miles of pristine white sand beaches, home to numerous varieties of tropical fauna, flora, and sea life.
We generally rent Saturday to Saturday. Please call with any questions.
Pets are welcome at $70 per pet per week.
Sleeps up to 12 people. If more than 10 people there is a charge of $100 per person per week (for the 11th and 12th person).
1 Golf Cart and 2 Kayaks are included with the rental. The golf cart seats up to 4 people. A second golf cart is available for an additional $300 per week.
Like Captiva and Sanibel Islands, North Captiva is a barrier island to Pine Island (to the east of Captiva and north of Sanibel), and is very narrow. There is no automobile access to the island and electric golf carts are the primary means of transport.
Development of the island began in the 1960s, but was slow due to the absence of electric service and the difficulty on transporting building materials to the island. Commercial electric and phone service was established in the mid 1980s. The island now has about 300 homes built and 300 vacant lots, or about halfway to build out. About half of the island is owned by the State of Florida and is part of a State Park. All other areas are privately owned including the roads. Since the island can be accessed by boat or small plane only, a regular passenger ferry service runs from Pine Island Marina (the "Island Girl" charter service) at two hour intervals - serving both tourists and locals who own neither boats or airplanes. There is also a barging service that transports materials to and garbage from the island.
|May 28 2014||Aug 06 2014||-||-||$2,850||-||-|
|Aug 06 2014||Aug 27 2014||-||-||$2,350||-||-|
|Aug 27 2014||Oct 01 2014||-||-||$1,800||-||-|
|Oct 01 2014||Nov 19 2014||-||-||$2,250||-||-|
|Nov 19 2014||Nov 26 2014||-||-||$2,800||-||-|
|Nov 26 2014||Dec 17 2014||-||-||$1,950||-||-|
|Dec 17 2014||Dec 26 2014||-||-||$2,800||-||-|
|Dec 26 2014||Jan 02 2015||-||-||$4,600||-||-|
|Jan 02 2015||Feb 19 2015||-||-||$1,800||-||-|
|Feb 19 2015||Feb 26 2015||-||-||$2,450||-||-|
|Feb 26 2015||Mar 12 2015||-||-||$4,900||-||-|
|Mar 12 2015||Apr 09 2015||-||-||$3,600||-||-|
|Apr 09 2015||Apr 23 2015||-||-||$3,200||-||-|
|Apr 23 2015||Apr 30 2015||-||-||$2,700||-||-|
|Apr 30 2015||May 28 2015||-||-||$2,450||-||-|
|Lodging tax: 11%|
|Deposits: 50% of the rent and a $400 refundable security deposit required to reserve the home.|
|Payment Options: Personal Check|
|Other Fees: To pay for extra bedding and cleanup services parties beyond 10 individuals are charged an extra $15 per day. Additional Golf cart available for $275 per week.|
Melody & Richard Montag
February 23, 2010
My family and I really enjoyed the vacation house, we woud like to do it again. I wished only that we were informed more about the charter service to the island. For not having any shopping on the island, we still enjoyed the quiet lay back time. Next time we do this hope the weather is better. We did see dolphings swimming some mornings and took walks on the beach,besides driving the golf cart around the island. Only thing I wish was different the golf carts worked better and the lights in the house and the dock had new bulbs put in. Otherwise it was a great vacation.