There are lots of ways that Seakeeper improves an outing. Here are the ten reasons people from our Seakeeper Family can’t live without theirs.
Whether you’re looking to build a new boat or refit the boat you have, we break down how much it could cost to get a Seakeeper on your boat.
A Seakeeper can be installed almost anywhere onboard. But what does that really mean? Learn what goes into selecting an installation location and a list of common places.
Anglers put themselves through hell and high water (literally) if there are fish at stake, but with Seakeeper, you only have to fight the fish, not the roll.
Whether you’re a dive operator interested in improving the experience for your customers, or you dive from your personal vessel, Seakeeper can drastically improve your boating experience so you can get back to doing what you love.
If you’re reading this, it probably means you’re interested in changing your boating experience for good! Not sure where to start? Let us help.
Seakeepers work great alone, but they can also work together, so there are a few reasons a Dealer might suggest more than one Seakeeper.
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?
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.