Seakeeper debuts trade-in discount program

The new model seeks to make it more affordable for customers to take advantage of the latest technology.
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Seakeeper stabilization systems are being installed on an increasing number of boats.

Seakeeper stabilization systems are being installed on an increasing number of boats.

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.

The new model seeks to make it more affordable for customers to take advantage of the latest technology.

“We’re thankful for the more than 3,000 loyal customers who share our vision and continue to make Seakeeper a success,” sales and marketing vice president Andrew Semprevivo said in a statement. “With a quick visit to our website, they can upgrade to our newest models with the confidence they’re getting the best price and the best service possible. We want to make it as easy as possible for our customers to experience the future of Seakeeper.”

Through a trade-in portal on the Seakeeper website, customers can enter their current model and automatically receive the discounted pricing on a new unit of their choosing.

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