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Sea Tow Ocean Isle

Serving our members in Southport, Ocean Isle, Holden Beach and Sunset Beach

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My Local Sea Tow

My Local Sea Tow Captain

Capt. Clay & Heather Hughes
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You may rest assured that your vessel will be in good hands due to the trained and committed captains we have on staff. Our commitment to safety and customer satisfaction has helped make us the leading and most respected marine assistance provider in the world. Our captains are standing by 24/7 to assist our members both on and off the water. Give us a call any time, we can help or just say hello!

Our Team

Sea Tow Ocean Isle is happy to have a dedicated team to assist boaters in the Big Bend region. All of our Captains are USCG licensed and standing by if you ever need expert, local knowledge of the area.

  • Clay Hughes, owner & Captain
  • Heather Hughes, owner & marketing
  • Stan Gurganus, Sr. Captain
  • Brad Stevens, Sr. Captain
  • Larry Coble, Sr. Captain
  • John Gregory, Captain
  • Kendrick Schwarz, Captain
  • Matthew Benna, Captain
  • Jewel Pearson, Dispatcher

Our Boats

Sea Tow Ocean Isle has a dedicated team of captains, crew and support staff that are standing by, 24/7, to serve our members and other boaters. Our vessels are ready to perform all towing, ungrounding, jump starts, fuel delivery and other on-water assistance operations. Sea Tow boats can be spotted by their distinct yellow hulls 

  • 29' Zodiac RHIB - Twin Engine - 500 HP, Fiberglass hull
  • 26' Twin Vee - Twin Engine - 300 HP, Fiberglass Hull
  • 25' C Hawk - Twin Engine - 300 HP, Fiberglass Hull
  • 21' Triumph - 175 HP, Ropelene Hull
  • 25' Safeboat, Twin Engine - 500 HP, Aluminum Hull
  • 24' Mako Twin Engine - 300 HP, Fiberglass Hull

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Sea Tow Captains work hard to do more than save you on the water - they work hard to save you money as well!

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Boating 101: Loading and Unloading Your Vessel at the Boat Ramp

 

With boating season for most of the country right around the corner, countless boaters are getting ready to head out and share in one of America’s greatest pastimes. This can sometimes lead to lines at the boat ramp and busy waterways, which at times, can lead to problems. In light of this, we wanted to make sure our members are prepared with a few tips to keep in mind as they kick-off the new season.

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Bottom's Up

 

Nearly as much fun as that first spring cleaning, adding a coat or two of anti-fouling bottom paint is usually the last major chore undertaken before putting a vessel back in the water after a long winter in dry dock. Like scrubbing the deck, it’s a necessary evil, one that pays big dividends when it comes to getting under way.

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