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Sea Tow location in Arizona has new owner

Sea Tow Services International announced that Sea Tow Lake Havasu was acquired by Capt. Chris “Mac” McCarthy, who also owns Sea Tow Newport Beach/Los Angeles in California.

Sea Tow Lake Havasu serves boaters on the huge reservoir formed behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River in Arizona. Known for its recreational boating and fishing, Lake Havasu draws as many as 3.5 million visitors a year.

McCarthy is a Coast Guard-licensed captain, and he has been the owner/operator of Sea Tow Newport Beach/Los Angeles since 2004, serving boaters in California’s Orange and Los Angeles counties, including Catalina and San Clemente islands.

A longtime boater, McCarthy worked for Sea Tow Boston and Sea Tow Fort Lauderdale before becoming owner of the California location. He has navigated Chesapeake Bay and other inland bodies of water, including Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire and Connecticut’s Candlewood Lake.

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