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Seakeeper has developed its first DC-powered gyro for marine stabilization, the Seakeeper 3DC. The gyro is engineered for boats between 30-40-feet in length and reduces resonant roll by up to 95 percent in a range of sea conditions. The gyro allows a stable and comfortable platform without the need for a generator.

The Seakeeper 3DC weighs 790 lbs and has an electrical draw of 500-1,000 watts, depending on sea state. It requires no external appendages and can be installed off centerline if needed.

Retail price starts at $29,900. Seakeeper will begin shipments in June. For details, visit www.seakeeper.com.

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