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About South Seas Resort
South Seas Resort is a 330-acre 1.3 km2 resort located on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico on Captiva Island, Florida in Lee County. The original resort, South Seas Plantation, was opened in 1946 as a fishing resort by Clarence Chadwick, following a dry hurricane salt-water storm surge kills the plants which ended commercial farming on the island. Chadwick owned much of Captiva and portions of nearby Sanibel, making his fortune inventing the Checkprinter in the 1920s. His heirs sold the property to Mariner Properties in 1966, which began the modern era of the resort. The original Plantation house, suffering from termites and wood rot, was demolished in the 1990s. In 2004 South Seas was seriously damaged by Hurricane Charley, and was renovated and reconstructed in the two following years. South Seas Resort is owned and managed by Luxury Resorts, a subsidiary of The Blackstone Group.
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