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Unlimited Saltwater

$158per year

  •   24/7/365 Dispatch
  •   Service good on all boats you own, borrow or rent
  •   Serviced by Nation’s largest fleet
  •   Includes over 25 Additional Benefits & Discounts
  •   Highest Level of Rewards at West Marine Stores
  •   BoatUS Pays first $50 of Towing bill
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for On Water Towing
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for On Water Jump Starts
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for On Water Fuel Delivery
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for Soft Ungroundings
  •   BoatUS Pays 50% on Home Dock Tows
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% on Home Dock Tows

Unlimited Gold

$189per year

  •   24/7/365 Dispatch
  •   Service good on all boats you own, borrow or rent
  •   Serviced by Nation’s largest fleet
  •   Includes over 25 Additional Benefits & Discounts
  •   Highest Level of Rewards at West Marine Stores
  •   BoatUS Pays first $50 of Towing bill
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for On Water Towing
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for On Water Jump Starts
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for On Water Fuel Delivery
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% for Soft Ungroundings
  •   BoatUS Pays 50% on Home Dock Tows
  •   BoatUS Pays 100% on Home Dock Tows

 

RESOURCES & NEWS

Richard

Eight Bells: BoatUS Founder Richard Schwartz Passes

“No One Did More for America’s Recreational Boaters than Richard Schwartz”

ALEXANDRIA, Va., February 13, 2015 — Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) Chairman and Founder Richard Schwartz, who created and grew the association to become the predominant advocacy and boater services organization for the nation’s recreational boat owners, passed awayWednesday after a short illness. He was 85.  Continue reading →

February 13, 2015 -

Tall Ship Falls Over: Could Your Boat Do This?

PROVIDENCE, RI, February 3, 2015 — When a tall ship stored on the hard at a boatyard blew over during last week’s brutal blizzard, the loud crash – unlike a tree in the woods – was heard by many. But now that the ship is lying on her side with a punctured hull and snapped mast, it will be an expensive recovery effort to return the boat to the water by next season. Continue reading →

February 3, 2015 -

VESSEL ASSIST SAN DIEGO GEARS UP FOR 2015

Geared up for 2015

Geared up for 2015

2014 was a very busy year for Vessel Assist San Diego.  We added Vessel Assist “Coronado,” a new high-speed response vessel with an extended fuel range, in order to make more short-range cases without having to re-fuel as often. As most people know, the fishing was epic in 2014, often sending most of Vessel Assist San Diego’s eight boat fleet running offshore to assist disabled boaters.   Continue reading →

January 18, 2015 -