Turn your Seakeeper off when you’re done for the day, and then turn off the power to your boat once it’s secured. Walk away and enjoy a cold, adult beverage.
We’re confident in our choice to build seawater-cooled stabilizers because we know each Seakeeper is the smallest, lightest, and most efficient gyro stabilizer option available for your boat.
We break down the basics to show you why a gyro in a vacuum enclosure is THE most efficient stabilizer you can have on your boat.
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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.
When it comes to stabilizing your boat, we know you have options. So why should you choose Seakeeper over fin stabilizers?
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?
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?
If you never read farther than this first line, the takeaway here is that Seakeeper does, indeed, work underway.