Three products with varying blade sizes are available: Seakeeper Ride 450 for boats 19-26 feet (MSRP $4,500), Seakeeper Ride 525 for boats 27-30 feet (MSRP $7,500), and Seakeeper Ride 600 for boats 31-35 feet (MSRP $10,500). Initially, Seakeeper Ride will be available as standard equipment on select models from Sportsman Boats, Chris-Craft Boats, and Scout Boats with plans to increase offerings in the coming year, including availability for DIY installation.
There’s always going to be some motion as the boat travels over water (even foils don’t eliminate all the movements), but what a difference to have the boat remain almost level and in control when underway. It certainly takes the edge off of controlling the helm.
There are two modes, manual and auto with auto being used around 99 percent of the time as it will keep the boat almost always level when underway, but the manual mode allows you to change the boat’s attitude based on running conditions. ride.seakeeper.com