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Southport Boats joins Sea Tow membership program

Sea Tow Services International recently announced that offshore fishing boat builder Southport Boats joined its Sea Care program.

Through the program, Southport will provide every customer who purchases its console and express boats, ranging from 26 to 28 feet, with a complimentary 95-day Sea Tow membership.

"Southport owners are experienced boaters," Southport CEO Frank Longino said in a statement. "But they know that no matter what their experience level and no matter how well their Southport boat is built, anything can happen offshore. Adding Sea Tow as a safety net simply is showing the sea its proper respect."

There are currently 24 builders in the Sea Care program.

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