If you’re reading this, it probably means you’re interested in changing your boating experience for good! Maybe you’re not sure where to start, who to contact, and what you should know, so we’re here to help.
First things first: are you looking to purchase a new boat, or do you have a boat you already know and love?
If you’re in the market for a new boat, congratulations! Getting a new boat is a fun and exciting time. Seakeeper works with 80% of boat builders around the world, so there’s a good chance that the builders/brands you’re interested in are already installing Seakeepers right from their factories.
We have a comprehensive list of boats that offer Seakeeper as standard or optional equipment. Start with that list and let your boat dealer or manufacturer know you want to check the box to add the Seakeeper option!
Don’t see the boat you’re interested in available with the Seakeeper option?
The Grady-White 456 Canyon comes standard with a Seakeeper 6.
Good news: WE love the boat you have, too, because most boats can be refit with a Seakeeper. There’s a good chance your boat can have the best stabilization on the market, even if you didn’t purchase it that way.
A Seakeeper 9 refit on a Princess 60 in San Remo, Italy
by Seakeeper Elite Dealer Yacht Stabilizers.
Whether you’re shopping for a new boat or looking to refit the boat you have with a Seakeeper, you have options! Options on the boat you purchase and options on the Dealer you choose to work with. We’ve tried to make the process easy and stress-free, but if you ever have questions throughout the process, we’re here to help! Don’t hesitate to contact us, wherever you are in the process, and wherever you are in the world.