Seakeeper Launches Extended Warranty For Gyros

MarineLink.com
Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Seakeeper now offers an optional extension of its base two-year/2,000-hour warranty on all gyro stabilization systems, said Andrew Semprevivo, director of global sales.

New Seakeeper gyro customers have a choice of either extending the two-year warranty to unlimited hours, or creating a total package of three years/3,000 hours.

Actively controlled Seakeeper gyro stabilization systems mount within the hull and produce powerful righting forces to eliminate resonant boat roll by up to 95%. Without any drag-producing or damage-prone external appendages, Seakeeper units are equally effective whether a boat is at anchor, slow speed or underway.

Various models fit craft from 35' up to superyachts in either single or multiple configurations. Seakeeper has thousands of gyros installed on hundreds of boat brands worldwide in recreational, commercial and military applications.

 

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