Seakeeper 1, the smallest Seakeeper ever Seakeeper 1, the smallest Seakeeper ever
Seakeeper, the company specialized in marine stabilization, launched its smallest model yet, the Seakeeper 1, shortly before the Miami International Boat Show started. The... Seakeeper 1, the smallest Seakeeper ever

Seakeeper, the company specialized in marine stabilization, launched its smallest model yet, the Seakeeper 1, shortly before the Miami International Boat Show started.

The Seakeeper 1 is designed to eliminate up to 95% of boat roll on vessel 23-30 feet (7-9 meters) or up to ~ 5.5 tons. With a height of only 15.68”, deck installation beneath a seat promises to be easier than ever. It sports a new look with a window on the top and relies solely on 12 V DC power, consuming only 55 Amps,  thanks to the vacuum encapsulation.

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Seakeeper 1 starts stabilizing in just 15 minutes, and it will be easily controlled by a keypad called ConnectBox, placed directly on top of the unit. The completely hoseless and self- contained single-cylinder active control is engineered for enhanced performance and reliability.

“This is the product we wanted to bring to the industry since Seakeeper started,” said Seakeeper President & CEO Andrew Semprevivo. “The Seakeeper 1 is the smallest, most innovative and most efficient gyro stabilizer on the market. Today is a monumental day for us as we realize our goal to bring stabilization to the masses.”

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Many boat manufacturers have already planned to integrate the Seakeeper 1 into their newest models, some of which include Jupiter Marine, Regal Boats, SeaVee Boats, SEA PRO Boats, and Cobia Boats.

The Seakeeper 1 will be available for shipment beginning June 2020 and will retail for $14,900. Additional specs include:

  • Envelope dimensions: 90” L x 23.56” W x 15.68” H (0.582 L x 0.598 W x 0.398 H (meters))
  • Weight: 350 lbs. (159 kg)
  • Rated Speed: 9,750 RPM
  • Angular Momentum at Rated Speed: 1,000 N-M-S