Private weather service offers marine weather briefings
WeatherWatch Service based out of Lakeland, Florida has been forecasting for marine ship captains for over 20 years. They first started in San Diego, California back in the mid 90’s. Chief Meteorologist Tim Root is the lead forecaster in giving
marine weather briefings for pleasure boaters to delivery ship captains across the country.
When WeatherWatch Service started they had just a handful of marine clients as
the trust and accuracy grew, word spread that WeatherWatch Servcie was the place to go for marine weather briefings. Then the private weather service added on
close to one hundred marine weather clients by the year 2000. WeatherWatch was so accurate that when the time came for San Diego to host the America’s Cup the
French Sailing Team hired WeatherWatch Service for all their marine weather needs. Few years later America’s Cup hired WeatherWatch to consult with the sailing teams that competed.
WeatherWatch service is still very active in marine forecasting for clients on the east and west coasts of the United States. WeatherWatch service uses weather models that are very accurate with winds, wave heights, seconds, and weather patterns. The private weather service can forecast for just about any body of water in the world. Tom Carney a ship captain based out of San Diego that delivers boats up and down the pacific east side has been using WeatherWatch Service from day one.
WeatherWatch Servcie is very reasonable with their pricing, you can get like 5 weather briefings via phone, email, text for under one hundred dollars. For more information on pricing and setting up an account you can call Meteorologist Tim Root at 863-686-6234 or email Weatherwatch at firstname.lastname@example.org WeatherWatch Services website is,
www.weatherwatchservice.com and look under ship rounting.