(SOBC) Sea Oats Beach Club – (EBYC) Englewood Beach & Yacht Club
Gulf Boulevard * Englewood, Fl. 34223

Email the resorts at Jalmoslino@VacationFla.com



Date:              October 7, 2022

Location:       Manasota Key in Englewood Florida


CURRENTLY The situation in Charlotte County Florida is as follows:

  • No Electrical Service to Englewood Beach and Yacht Club.
  • SOBC has electrical service.
  • No Water Service to Englewood Beach and Yacht Club.
  • SOBC has water but not drinkable at this time.
  • No Garbage Removal.
  • Limited Cell Phone Service. Limited Land Line Phone Service.
  • No Internet Service Signal. No Television/Cable Service at either resort.
  • Charlotte County has closed all commercial pools including SOBC and EBYC pools.

Streets still have Debris, Trees, Etc. making car travel challenging.

The staff at EBYC and SOBC have been on property as of September 30, 2022.


SEA OATS BEACH CLUB has come thru Hurricane Ian with damage that is repairable.

We will have a reopening date in the coming weeks.


EBYC is CLOSED at this time and reopening in Phase 2 and Phase 3 is still 4-6 weeks away. Reopening information will be reported on this website when more information is available.

ENGLEWOOD BEACH AND YACHT CLUB has catastrophic damage to Phase 1 building.

We have an engineering and construction firm to look at the building in the coming week.

It will not be usable for at least 6-12 months at minimum.

ENGLEWOOD BEACH AND YACHT CLUB has some roof damage to Phase 2 Beach House building. Damage that is repairable.  Crowther Roofing will be repairing roof in the coming weeks.

ENGLEWOOD BEACH AND YACHT CLUB has outside damage to screening and some windows to Phase 3 building. Damage that is repairable.

Reopening date for each Phase 2 and Phase 3 to be determined in the coming weeks.

Manasota Key in still in a challenging condition with some services coming on board but other parts of Manasota Key still without electricity and water.

The staff and management at both resorts has met with Insurance Representatives /adjusters and will receive reports in the very near future.

We will only reopen when the area and the specific resort is Safe.



John Almoslino

Welcome to Manasota Key

Manasota Key is surrounded by Lemon Bay and The Gulf of Mexico. The island is home to many types of wildlife including herons, osprey, other birds, dolphins, manatees, tarpon, red fish and snook. From May 1st to October 31st, our beaches are the home for Loggerhead turtles. Sea turtles are among the oldest creatures on earth and have remained essentially unchanged for 110 million years. Several dolphin species occur in Florida costal waters. The most common of these is the bottle-nosed dolphin.

Englewood Beach contains many types of shells and is famous for shark’s teeth. You are allowed to take these shells or shark’s teeth home as souvenirs. There are three nature preserves close by to the resort as well. We have three great beach restaurants within walking distance to the resort and many other great restaurants are a short drive from the resort. For active guests there are 10 golf courses within 15 minutes drive along with several tennis courts in the area.

Englewood is a short drive from many cities and attractions in Southwest Florida including Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Venice,
Sarasota, Tampa and Fort Myers.

Our Resorts

Englewood Beach & Yacht Club

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Sea Oats Beach Club

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