Seakeeper debuts new logo

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A streamlined new logo for Seakeeper Inc., a manufacturer of gyro stabilization systems, reflects the company's commitment to innovation.

Seakeeper also updated its marketing materials and website as its product line and customer base continue to grow, the company said.

“We will continue to evolve our gyro stabilization products, encompassing ever larger and smaller craft,” vice president of sales and marketing John Kermet said in a statement.

Seakeeper recently introduced its MX series of gyros, which are designed for boats in the 35- to 42-foot range. The company also offers its M8000 for boats up to 35 tons displacement and the M21000 for larger craft up to superyachts. In just three years, its customer base has grown to nearly 100 boatbuilders, with gyros in use on hundreds of models, according to the company.

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