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Did you know that by subscribing to Seassist you will receive free assistance at sea? For the subscribers,the tow to the nearest marine is always free.
Seassist, the first network of boat wreckers, has developed this application for technical assistance at sea that allows users of mobile devices to perform the following operations:
- Send a request for assistance at sea, with your GPS position, by SMS or E-mail, both for subscribers and non-subscribers
- Easily contact the Sea Technical Assistance Service by telephone
- Contact the Seassist offices for any information
- Ability to add any additional information in the request for assistance
- Select with just two simple clicks the request and the type of fault for which assistance is requested
- Consult weather forecasts (based on GPS position)
- Subscribe to the subscription service for non-subscribers
- Renew your subscription for subscribers
- Manage your subscription, complete your personal details, enter your boat details, tell whether or not a subscriber to facilitate assistance operations
- EMERGENCY key which will provide indications to the Seassist operations center to immediately inform the Coast Guard
NOTICE: Seassist and the app DOES NOT REPRESENT a government entity or an entity related to the Coast Guard.
Seassist offers only a technical assistance service at sea, for safety calls you will need always to contact the Coast Guard. Seassist srl eventually, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to inform the Coast Guard to inform them of the request for intervention.
Downloading the application is a first step towards safety, it can be downloaded by everyone, we hope you never need it, but in case of emergency we are always at your disposal.
Have a good navigation!
NOTE: the cost of the message sent is charged to the customer on the basis of the contract signed with his telephone operator. Please note that the application is only supportive, the phone at sea does not always work properly and depends on telephone coverage.