Marine stabilization company Seakeeper touted its growth in 2016, citing the fall launch of its Seakeeper 3 and Seakeeper HD.
Seakeeper Inc. is a Maryland-based manufacturer of actively controlled gyro stabilization systems.
Seakeeper said its stabilizers will now come standard on two of Cruisers Yachts’ most popular models — the 60 Fly and the 60 Cantius.
Seakeeper will debut the Seakeeper 3, a stabilizer designed for boats between 30 and 39 feet, at the Nov. 3-7 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Seakeeper launched a new trade-in program offering Seakeeper owners the opportunity to receive as much as a 50 percent discount when upgrading to a new model.
It’s not often you hear a marine industry leader referred to as the Godfather, as Seakeeper co-founder Shepard “Shep” McKenney was in 2013 by PassageMaker magazine. Or as the kindred spirit of Steve Jobs, as Soundings Trade Only editor Bill Sisson dubbed him in a 2011 editorial.
Marine stabilization company Seakeeper, which debuted its first DC-powered gyro engineered for boats of 30 to 40 feet, is going to roll out the technology for boats as small as 25 feet by 2017.
Marine stabilization company Seakeeper developed its first DC-powered gyro.
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