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VIDEO: Boston Whaler signs deal with Seakeeper

Seakeeper was named the stabilization partner of Boston Whaler.
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Seakeeper was named the stabilization partner of Boston Whaler.

Seakeeper’s gyroscope technology is now available on two of Boston Whaler’s Outrage models, the 350 Outrage and 420 Outrage. Both models offer the Seakeeper 5 as an option at the factory level and will allocate space in the design specifically for the gyro.

“We’re so excited to bring our groundbreaking stabilization technology to Boston Whaler’s top-of-the-line boats with this exclusive partnership,” Seakeeper vice president of sales and marketing Andrew Semprevivo said in a statement.

“For the first time, Seakeeper technology has been integrated directly into the design and construction of Boston Whaler vessels, creating a streamlined finished product and a more enjoyable experience on the water for proud owners and guests of Boston Whaler boats.”

Seakeeper’s computer-controlled gyroscopes are made in America and each is installed directly inside the hull of the boat.

“Integrating Seakeeper’s technology into some of Boston Whaler’s most popular models is part of our ongoing commitment to providing our customers with groundbreaking new features that enhance their boating experience,” said Jeff Vaughn, vice president of sales, marketing and customer service at Boston Whaler.

“Anglers and recreational boaters who choose the Outrage models equipped with a Seakeeper will be impressed with the increased stability that now comes with the other pleasures of a Boston Whaler vessel.”

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