Skip to main content

Sea Tow honors eight captains for lifesaving efforts

Sea Tow Services International, the world's largest professional marine assistance organization, presented awards to eight Sea Tow captains Dec. 2 at its annual awards ceremony and dinner as part of the company's 28th annual meeting in Delray Beach, Fla.

The captains were recognized for saving the lives of boaters who found themselves in perilous situations this year.

The captains were commended for outstanding performance of duty, going above and beyond to save lives and bringing great credit to Sea Tow and the marine assistance industry.

Click here for the list of honorees and the incidents that led to the awards.

Related

1_MIASF

MIASF Holds Annual Meeting

The South Florida trade organization announced new and reelected members, handed out awards, and arranged presentations by business leaders.

1_GASPRICE

Gas Reaches Record $4.59 Per Gallon Average

With Memorial Day weekend approaching, the summer driving and boating seasons will contribute to continued demand for gasoline.

1_MILLERMARINE

Power Lodge Acquires Miller Marine

The deal gives marine and powersports dealer Power Lodge four locations in Minnesota and one in Florida.

1_DOWDIVE

Boating Shares Suffer in Market Selloff

Major U.S. stock indices weakened yesterday, and recreational marine shares fared even worse on a percentage basis.

1_SCANIAFRANZKE

Scania Appoints President of U.S. Operations

Company veteran Jorg Franzke replaces Håkan Sterner, who is returning to Sweden.

norm

Promote Safe Boating Week; a Fishing Icon Passes

The May 21-27 observance takes on heightened importance with the thousands of newcomers to boating. Meanwhile, bass fishing lost a legend with the death of Ray Scott.

1_AZIMUTIBACKLOG

Azimut-Benetti Booked $2.1B in 2021 Backlog

The builder said new models and a “diversified product portfolio” drove sales growth to record levels.