Seakeeper schedules demo at New Jersey marina

Seakeeper is giving a free demonstration of its gyro technology from May 27-29 at the Canyon Club Resort Marina in Cape May, N.J.
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Seakeeper is giving a free demonstration of its gyro technology from May 27-29 at the Canyon Club Resort Marina in Cape May, N.J.

The company’s demo boat will showcase the Seakeeper 3DC, the first DC-powered model, installed in the leaning post. The company said the 3DC eliminates the need for a generator, making installation on 30- to 40-foot boats more convenient.

Seakeeper also said it can eliminate as much as 95 percent of boat roll in boats as small as 30 feet.

Seakeeper said it chose the New Jersey marina to demonstrate the 3DC in part because the service center there is a certified service and installation center of the product. It also sells several brands, including Jupiter, Yellowfin and Albemarle, that Seakeeper said are suited for the product.

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