Seakeepers apply the physics of gyroscopes to the age-old problem of boat roll.
Seakeepers work great alone, but they can also work together, so there are a few reasons a Dealer might suggest more than one Seakeeper.
Seakeeper was designed to dampen a boat’s cyclic roll motions. It is not a substitute for adequate hull stability, and it won’t prevent instability of other types, like those caused by improper boat operation.
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Angular momentum is the measuring stick for how much stabilizing power any given gyroscope can have – like horsepower to an engine.
We can’t speak for every company, but registering your products, especially your Seakeeper, can come with some great benefits!
Every piece of equipment on a boat is going to need to be maintained properly to keep working its best, and Seakeeper is no different.
When it comes to stabilizing your boat, we know you have options. So why should you choose Seakeeper over fin stabilizers?
Seakeepers installed at deck level, below a seat or leaning post, perform just as well as those installed belowdeck.
We know weight is a regular conversation when it comes to boating. So what about the Seakeeper? How heavy are these things?
If you’re looking to stabilize your boat, you know there are options. So, what makes a Seakeeper special?
Seakeeper is now available for small boats (don’t you dare call my boat small!). And that’s not all – small boats have options when it comes to their stabilization.
It’s easy to watch videos and see the difference between a boat’s side-to-side roll when the Seakeeper is unlocked and locked. But is that real?
We stand behind every one of our products. That’s why we can offer a comprehensive warranty.
If you never read farther than this first line, the takeaway here is that Seakeeper does, indeed, work underway.