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Meet the all-new Seakeeper Ride system

by Sportsman Boats 2 Aug 06:45 PDT
All-new Seakeeper Ride system © Sportsman Boats

When you are thinking about the new Seakeeper Ride, other products on the market may come to mind. First off, the Ride product line is not a gyroscopic system like you may have seen on our larger models with the optional Seakeeper.

It is designed to be installed in the same location as traditional trim tabs. However, the features of this product far outperform trim tabs and other similar self-leveling systems on the market.

Traditional self-leveling trim tab systems simply don't have the speed, technology or sensors required to stabilize. Compared to the Seakeeper Ride, those systems are slow and designed to just level the boat. Having zero capabilities when it comes to smoothing out the ride of the boat under way.

Interactive demo - Learn how it works

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