Sea Tow partners with Ship Shape TV

Sea Tow members can view the entire Ship Shape TV library online with a discounted access fee.
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Sea Tow members can view the entire Ship Shape TV library online with a discounted access fee.

The boat-maintenance program, hosted by John Greviskis, is in its 21st season, with more than 700 episodes.

“Sea Tow members can now access all-new episodes the same week [they air], anywhere in the world, on any device and any time they need a little extra help,” Greviskis said in a statement. “With well over 700 episodes archived, the library can help you with just about any topic. Search for an episode and watch and learn.”

Access to the collection is normally $8.99 a month, but Sea Tow members pay $6.99 by entering the promo code "SeaTow2015" on Ship Shape TV's Vimeo website.

“Sea Tow is pleased to partner with Ship Shape TV,” Sea Tow vice president of program development Cindy McCaffery said. “John Greviskis can help our members enjoy their boats more by reducing repair costs, and make their boats safer. By making all the content available online, Ship Shape TV is offering a helping hand to people 24/7.”

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