SeaVee Boats, Lead the way

SeaVee Advantages

Designed to outperform

Modern Hull Design

Running fast in heavy seas requires a great hull design that has the strength and stability to keep you safe, comfortable and dry. In today’s world of high-power triple and quad outboards, IPS® pod drives and common rail diesels, there’s more power available than ever before. The key is build boats that can put it to use safely.

SeaVee has completely redesigned every boat model from the ground up using digital computer technology starting with the 290 model, all the way up to the recently released 430 Sportfish Express. No other center console boat manufacturer can claim they have retooled their entire fleet to accommodate high power four stroke outboards, as well as IPS drives and modern inboard diesels.

Hull Strength

The backbone of every SeaVee starts with a four stringer structural system giving it unbeatable rigidity. To increase strength and durability, our hulls spend a minimum of six days in the mold, are wood free and made of 100% hand-laid fiberglass. To ensure resin and fiberglass bind together creating a hull that performs as one solid unit, every hull is vacuum bagged using our high tech construction process.

The separate hull, cockpit liner and deck comprising the three-piece construction of every SeaVee, allows us to fully fiberglass and fasten the hull to deck joint and provides more useable cockpit space so that when you lean against the padded gunwale bolsters while fighting a fish, your feet have room to tuck under.

Deep V Hulls

Our deep V hull design features up to a 25-degree deadrise at the transom for a soft, dry ride in any conditions. Reverse chines route spray out to the sides and a low center of gravity provides maximum stability and crisp handling while underway.

And when you combine our efficient hulls with diesel inboards you can travel to far away fishing spots that nobody else can reach. That’s another reason why SeaVee Boats lead the way.

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