What do you get the man who’s given you so much? Skip the socks and ties this year and get your seafaring father something special. Better yet, give him something that will last beyond the days or summer. We have a few ideas.
Gadgets for the Boat
Whether he’s an avid fisherman or simply loves being out on the water, there’s always something that can make his adventure safer or more successful. Get him a GPS unit, fishfinder, binoculars, or portable waterproof Bluetooth speakers.
Create an “Adventure in a Box”
You can make a “Gone Fishing” gift basket and restock his fishing line, lures and hooks for a great day out on the water. Create a playlist of his favorite fishing or water-themed songs and throw in his favorite snack.
Back to the Basics
Dads love practical gifts. Get him a new hat and polarized sunglasses. The essentials never go out of style. If you want to go a little bigger, get him a new Icon Cooler, koozies and other day-on-the-water essentials.
Peace of Mind
Keep your captain safe on the water every day of the year. A one-year Sea Tow memberships offers peace of mind for everyone on board. For just $179, you can give your captain an affordable Gold Card membership that lasts all year. The Sea Tow Gold Card provides the full suite of on-water assistance services for every boat you own, rent, charter, lease or borrow, as well as to anyone operating your boat.
If your skipper prefers fresh, non-tidal, and inland waterways then the Lake Card membership for $119 will be the perfect choice. The Sea Tow Lake Card provides the same member benefits as the Gold Card, but on all fresh, non-tidal, inland waterways.
And this gift keeps on giving! Through the Sea Tow Savings ClubTM, members are eligible for discounts and special offers at marinas, fuel docks, repair facilities, hotels and more just by presenting their membership card at participating businesses nationwide. Every time Dad uses his Sea Tow card for discounts, he’ll think of you, his favorite kid.
Do you have a favorite Father’s Day gift you like to give to dad? If so, please share it in the comments below.