Sea Sense adds boat delivery service

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The Sea Sense Sailing and Powerboating School is now offering boat delivery services.

The professional captains at Sea Sense have years of experience among them, according to the school.

“The experience of the captains on vessels of all types allows them to troubleshoot and fix potential problems before they become big ones and keep the boats in good running order for their doting owners,” Sea Sense said in a statement. “With 23 years in the marine industry, Sea Sense has proven that boats can be trusted in their hands.”

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