Thinking about starting a marine assistance business? Your best route to get started could very well be a Sea Tow franchise. If you love boating and helping others, this might be the best move you'll ever make.
Franchise Profile — Sea Tow
Sea Tow is a franchise-based international marine assistance firm.
In 1983, Capt. Joseph Frohnhoefer started Sea Tow after the U.S. Coast Guard ceased responding to non-emergency calls for assistance. It all started with a single boat, a wooden 6"x 6" tow post, and as strong desire to do right by the recreational boating community.
Sea Tow now has franchisees operating throughout the United States, Australia, Europe, the Bahamas and Puerto Rico. They are global leaders in non-emergency on-water assistance. Indeed, Sea Tow is recognized worldwide in the boating community for the professionalism of Sea Tow captains and crew, their distinctive trademarks and their signature yellow boats.
Owning a Sea Tow franchise can be a very rewarding career. How much does it cost to buy a franchise? For specific details, you'll need to speak with a Sea Tow franchising consultant. They'll explain their franchise fees and how much working capital is required to get started.
A day on the water beats a day at the office, right? If you agree, then you're a great candidate for exploring Sea Tow marine rescue franchising opportunities and should visit their website for more information on franchising.
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