Sea Vee Boats is pleased to announce the launch of our all new website.
The site is designed to provide an enhanced user-friendly experience with improved navigation and overall functionality. It features substantial product information, as well as videos, virtual tours and photo galleries; all organized to better acquaint the user with the variety of boat models available.
Created with the user experience in mind, the new website uses the latest technology to ensure compatibility with all the commonly used browsers. It’s self-optimizing for the best performance on all desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile devices. The site includes links to Sea Vee’s popular Facebook and Instagram pages as well as the Sea Vee YouTube channel. Additional features of the website include pre-owned Sea Vee Boats for immediate sale and apparel store for convenient at home shopping for Sea Vee merchandise. Click here to visit the new Sea Vee Boats website.
Sea Vee Boats receives patent for the Sea Vee Z hull
The United States Patent and Trademark office recently announced the award of patent number 9162732 for the invention of the new Stepped Hull technology used on all Sea Vee Z hulls. This advanced hull design produces higher top-end speed and better fuel efficiency, as well as a safe and comfortable ride for all aboard. It’s further evidence of the groundbreaking innovation available exclusively from Sea Vee Boats. Click here for details of the patent.
About Sea Vee Boats
Founded in 1974, Sea Vee Boats is a custom boat manufacturer in Miami specializing in building high performance center console, cuddy cabin, walk-around and express style boats from 27 to 43 feet. These unique bay boats and offshore yachts are created for devoted anglers and discriminating boaters that demand the ultimate in quality and performance. Each Sea Vee is designed to allow for extensive customization to meet each new owner’s unique needs. This laser focus on the customer’s needs combined with an obsessive attention to detail creates a unique customer experience beginning with the design of the vessel that continues long after the delivery of the boat. This is why some of the most prominent boaters in the world own a Sea Vee as their primary vessel, or as a tender to their larger yacht.