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Sea Tow celebrates its 30th anniversary

Sea Tow was founded by Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer after the Coast Guard ceased providing non-emergency assistance services to boaters in 1983. In doing so, he helped create a new industry that during the past three decades has helped to make boating safer and more enjoyable for millions of boating enthusiasts around the world.

Today,Sea Tow Services International Inc. is a thriving, franchise-based network with more than 100 locations and hundreds of highly skilled captains across the United States, with additional offices in Europe and the Caribbean.

This network consists of a dedicated team of Coast Guard-licensed captains, crew and support staff who are standing by around the clock to serve the needs of Sea Tow members and other boaters.

In addition to providing peace of mind around the clock on the water, Sea Tow membership includes access to affordable marine insurance, professional boating safety advice and discounts on marine services and gear.

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