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SANIBEL, FL - AUGUST 01: Dead fish line the shoreline along the Sanibel causeway after dying in a red tide on August 1, 2018 in Sanibel, Florida. Red tide season usually lasts from October to around February, but the current red tide has stayed along the coast for around 10 months, killing massive amounts of fish as well as sea turtles, manatees and a whale shark swimming in the area. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The Sanibel Public Boat Ramp at 888 Sextant Drive is adding a $20 Boat Ramp Facility Use Fee.

The fee will be required for anyone that doesn’t have a valid City of Sanibel Boat Ramp Permit.

The fee went into effect on January 4th.

The kiosk is on-site and accepts cash or card.