Nautic adds free Sea Tow membership to purchases

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Sea Tow Services International announced that Nautic Global Group joined its Sea Care program for boatbuilders.

Nautic will now include a complimentary 95-day Sea Tow membership with the purchase of each new boat from its Rinker, Hurricane deckboats, Polar Kraft aluminum fishing boats and Godfrey pontoon lines.

"When someone purchases one of our boats they are automatically enrolled in the brand's Owners Club and provided with this trial Sea Tow membership, among other things," Nautic marketing director Steve Tadd said in a statement. "It is our goal to provide the best experience on the water for our owners, and the partnership with Sea Tow helps us provide additional peace of mind and enjoyment."

The Sea Care program gives builders and dealers the ability to offer customers a high level of service after the sale by offering access to Sea Tow captains, who provide on-water assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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