Baby Tug Boat Price: $79.99
Introduce your baby to the water with confidence in the SwimWays Baby Tug Boat. This action-packed baby float is filled with play features for maximum fun and engagement! Features include:
- Sturdy and secure construction.
- 4-position adjustable seat grows with your child.
- Steering wheel turns and bells rattle for interactive play.
- Built-in bottle/juice cup holder (cup not included).
Ages: 9-24 months.
Assembled in USA from components of China and USA.
The Baby Tug Boat is part of the SwimWays Swim Steps learn to swim program. Swim Step 1 supports babies and toddlers as they are introduced to the water, helping them stay comfortable and happy. See all Swim Step 1 products.
WARNING: Adult assembly required. Contains small parts, which are a choking hazard; may contain sharp edges and sharp points.
WARNING: This is not a lifesaving device. Do not leave child unattended while product is in use. Always stay in the pool within arm's reach of child.
WARNING: TIP OVER - Child may crawl out of seat and fall in the water. Always stay in the pool within arm's reach of child.
SwimWays Swim Steps Learn to Swim Program
Learn the Skills of a Lifetime!
Swimways has been helping children learn to swim for over 50 years! The Swim Steps program offers products for all skill levels, from water introduction through swim training tools, making it easy for you to share your love of the water and build confidence in your child.
The Swim Steps program includes:
- Swim Step 1: Water Introduction - Helps your baby become comfortable in the water, keeping her supported and balanced.
- Swim Step 2: Water Exploration - Gives your child freedom of motion to develop confidence, supporting him as he learns to balance and paddle.
- Swim Step 3: Swim Training – SwimWays' graduated swim trainers give you the tools to progress your child's swimming ability at his or her own pace - it's like training wheels for the water!
For more helpful swimming tips visit TeachMeToSwim.com, our website just for parents and caregivers teaching their children how to swim.