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Shock Mitigating Shark Seats

Shark Shock mitigating suspension seat bases are a standard feature of the 600C. These seats provide unparalleled comfort while out on the water.

Their ability to absorb peak impact forces in rough conditions means that you can comfortably ride out unexpected turbulence in safety, making the most of your boating experience. Shark Seats have been laboratory tested and proven to reduce shock more effectively than European brands.

The technology behind Shark Shock works because of its ability to flex in 3 dimensions to provide protection against whiplash and port-starboard impact. Built with marine grade stainless steel, the shock absorbers are self adjusting so that people of different weights can use it without making changes to the configuration.

By using specialised Energy Absorbing Foam (EAF), Shark Seating offers the leading edge in boating comfort. It’s no wonder why Shark Seats are the preferred choice for America’s Cup chase boats and many naval marine craft.

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