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Seakeeper – On The Water

Seakeeper eliminates up to 95% of boat roll

Seakeeper eliminates up to 95% of boat roll, transforming everyone’s experience on the water. Boat owners around the world know it’s a must-have. Are you ready to join them?

How It Works


Behold the first truly practical, and only modern, anti-roll gyro. Seakeeper is designed to virtually eliminate boat roll on vessels 23’ and up. It requires modest electrical power, has no outside appendages, and can be installed virtually anywhere onboard.
Seakeeper unit

Meticulously Designed

Every part of the Seakeeper is engineered with extreme precision. The result is an extremely powerful, magical experience.

Seakeeper Vacuum Seal

Vacuum Sealed

Seakeeper’s vacuum encapsulation enables the flywheel to spin roughly three times faster, cuts flywheel weight by two-thirds, and halves power requirements. Because the critical components (flywheel, bearings, and motor) are sealed in a vacuum, they are forever isolated from the marine environment.

Seakeeper Active Control

Active Control

Seakeeper’s active control works as smart technology, automatically gauging the sea state and reacting instantaneously. This allows for optimal performance at all speeds and sea conditions.


Over 1,000 Refits to Date

Seakeeper’s refits include a broad portfolio stretching across most brands and models. In many cases, Seakeeper can supply a scope of work and an estimated cost immediately.

Fast Installation

The average refit installation ranges from 1-3 weeks. For smaller boats, a unique leaning post design enables a refit to be done in as little as 48 hours.


SeaKeeper locations

  1. Scituate Boat Works
    119 Edward Foster Rd., Scituate, MA, 02066
    (781) 545-0487 | |
  2. MacDougalls’ Cape Cod Marine Service
    145 Falmouth Heights Rd, Falmouth, MA 02540
    (508) 548-3146 | |
  3. Hinckley Yacht Services
    1 Little Harbor Landing, Portsmouth, RI 02871
    (401) 683-7100 | |



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