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Trying to get a sense of how many people have made use of Sea-Tow or didn't have it and wished they did.

I'm planning on getting a Spark for the 2016 and will be on the Hudson River in New York state where Sea-Tow has service. Since I'll be on my own most of the time, I'm thinking this would be a good service to have at-the-ready. My understanding is calling them as a non-member will cost your $600 (vs ~$170 to join).

Does any spark owner have Sea-Tow or other on-water services?
 

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We have towboat US down in Florida for our boat. Has definitely come in handy multiple times, so we were definitely glad we had it.

While we were glad we had it, our boat is about 30 years old, compared to our skis that are brand new. The skis are 10x more reliable than our old boat...

All personal preference I guess, but if I were you, I would not get it for a new spark. I do not think you have anything to worry about in regards to getting stranded. Especially since you will be riding in a popular area, there will always be boats out to help you out if you ever did get stranded.
 

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We have towboat US down in Florida for our boat. Has definitely come in handy multiple times, so we were definitely glad we had it.

While we were glad we had it, our boat is about 30 years old, compared to our skis that are brand new. The skis are 10x more reliable than our old boat...

All personal preference I guess, but if I were you, I would not get it for a new spark. I do not think you have anything to worry about in regards to getting stranded. Especially since you will be riding in a popular area, there will always be boats out to help you out if you ever did get stranded.
Thanks for the feedback
 
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