Sea Tow is the perfect choice for sailors and the ones that will become one
There are many reasons to become a Sea Tow member, but the truth is: everyone needs assistance at sea. Everyone needs someone to rely on while sailing.
We are the ones you can depend on.
The mission of Sea Tow is to be there for you, whenever and wherever you need us.
Along the Dubai , and around World ireland , we gathered local operators with their boats and knowledge to follow the highest marine standards for assistance at sea and serve others.
How does it work and what do we do?
Sea Tow is a commercial sea assistance company.
We have specialized in all of the aspects in the field; from fuel delivery to hard re-floating.
Sea Tow is the first sea assistance company that also offers On-spot service, to avoid unnecessary towing and a loss of your valuable holiday time.
You can become a member in just a few easy steps and spend the whole year without worry.
Why do you need a commercial assistance at sea?
There are several reasons: first is that National Coast Guard’s main focus is rescuing the crew, and in case of need, they will only help you and your crew, but they won’t take the responsibility for the vessel. It is same with the cars. But you can always leave a car on the road and wait. On the water is, let’s say, slightly different. Second, who can you call? You are a sailor because you like to explore. It’s a huge possibility you will find yourself in the middle of an unknown area. That’s why you can always call us, and we can guarantee you the best service according to our standards. Third, it’s not that cheap. If it were, everyone would be sailors, except for the seasick friend (and there is always one). It costs to be available, to have a powerful boat, knowledge, and the responsibility. With our membership program you save your money, and avoid fighting with the local heroes / modern pirates.
Speaking of them, the consequences of incompetent labour might be severe.
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