Sea Vee Boats receives stepped-hull patent

Sea Vee Boats said it received a patent for the new stepped-hull technology it uses on all of its Sea Vee Z hulls.
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Sea Vee Boats said it received a patent for the new stepped-hull technology it uses on all of its Sea Vee Z hulls.

The company said the hull design is engineered to provide higher top-end speed and better fuel efficiency, as well as added safety.

Sea Vee also launched a new website featuring product information, videos, virtual tours and photo galleries.

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