Be Assured of Coverage in Case of a Boating Breakdown

Here’s something a lot of boaters don’t realize: When your boat breaks down and you call a fee-for-service tow company, they start charging you the minute they leave port to come find you—and they keep charging you long after they’ve actually towed you, until their own boat has returned to port. These charges can average $250 [...]

6th July 2010.
By Sponsored Blog

Here’s something a lot of boaters don’t realize: When your boat breaks down and you call a fee-for-service tow company, they start charging you the minute they leave port to come find you—and they keep charging you long after they’ve actually towed you, until their own boat has returned to port.

These charges can average $250 per hour. That’s a heck of an up-charge compared with the Sea Tow Gold Card membership program, which costs just $149 per year and includes free towing and other on-water assistance services such as jump starts, fuel drops, prop disentanglements, ungroundings, and more.

Sea Tow’s Gold Card membership not only covers you, the boat owner, but also anyone else who uses your boat. And that coverage applies to your primary vessel as well as to any boat you own, rent, charter, lease, or borrow.

For more information, you can download our member benefits guide or sign up for our Gold Card membership by simply filling out this form at the Sea Tow website. Your coverage activates within 24 hours, and we’ll have your official membership card and member decal in your hands ASAP.

If you would rather sign up or renew your membership by phone, call our 24-hour Customer Service Center at 800-4-SEATOW (473-2869).

We encourage you to contact us today, so that we can help save you money and headaches tomorrow.


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