We are selling our current manufacturing facility in Rocklegde, FL. We will be moving into a new facility in January. If you know anyone in the Central Florida area who might be interested please pass this listing along.
Very well built/maintained 2004 industrial building in the Rockledge Industrial Park District. 800 amp, 3 phase electric, 4 overhead doors, 20′ eave height, 4 bathroom, 1 shower, florescent lighting, compressed airlines run throughout warehouse and completely fire sprinkled. The office area also has a conference room, kitchen and multiple offices. Base building square footage is 14,000 with over 2600 sq ft of additional mezzanine, part of which is climate controlled. There is climate controlled storage in a portion of the warehouse along with an air conditioned 2nd floor production office/manufacturing observation area.
Here is the listing: http://www.flexmls.com/cgi-bin/mainmenu.cgi?cmd=url+other%2Frun_public_link.html&public_link_tech_id=zvyff8af2vq&s=15&id=1&cid=1
SeaDek Marine has made a huge splash into the wakeboard boat market throughout the last two years. From swim deck pads to full carpet replacement they do it all. I am not sure there is much in a new Nautique G21 that does not have the SeaDek foam on it. They have been able to take the industry by storm by providing a very durable yet desirable product. Long gone are the days of replacing your swim platform pad. The precise size of the closed cell EVA panels insure the best fit every time.
We had the opportunity this season to provide the crew at SeaDek Marine with the best products to get the most amazing wakesurf wave behind their 2013 Super Air Nautique 230. Our goal was to provide them with a solution that was easy to install but also easy to control. We didn’t want them to use a throw over the side ballast pump and were able to send a fully compatible ballast upgrade that is controlled using the factory switches at the dash.
We have found that the best option for the newer 230 is to remove the factory hard tanks in the rear compartment and replace them with the 1100lb. Fly High Jumbo Surf Sacs. By removing the hard tank instead of piggy backing on top of it the bag is allowed to reach it’s maximum capacity while ensuring that the fill and drain times are the fastest possible. It takes quite a bit of water pressure to fill and drain water through a hard tank and into a ballast bag. The wonderful thing about this project is that the Nautique PiggyBack Rear Factory Ballast Upgrade (2006-2013) will work in both scenarios. By installing our upgrade the SeaDek 230 has more capacity in the rear lockers than what comes in the updated 2014 model with the extra Pro Surf Ballast package.
Adding ballast to the rear corners of the boat will create an awesome big steep wave but the guys at SeaDek wanted the pocket to lengthen out as well. The newer generation SAN 230′s have an amazing amount of space underneath the front bow cushions and we have a sac that will optimize every nook and cranny. If you are going to add weight in the stern you must add weight to the bow. By adding the Nautique Piggyback Front Factory Ballast Upgrade (2006-2013) with the Fly High Integrated Bow Sac the system could be easily controlled from the dash just like the rear bags.
This will take that big steep wave and make it a lot more ridable for everyone. By pushing the deepest part of the V hull further into the water the draft behind the boat becomes more compact and provides a mellower surf wave shape. Not only is the face both less steep and cleaner but the pocket also extends out further away from the swim deck. As you can see from the video above the rider can achieve unbelievable distances away from the boat and reel it all the way back in.
For more information on SeaDek products visit their website, http://www.seadek.com. WakeMAKERS offers the bestNautique Wakesurf Ballast Upgrades.
SeakDek 2013 Super Air Nautique 230 Surf Ballast Upgrade Materials List:
Reposted from: http://www.wakemakers.com/
The new SeaDek kayak non-skid kits have been a huge hit and we are adding more patterns as quickly as we can. One question we’ve been getting a lot is how to template a kayak yourself. We will be putting together an instructional video very soon but here are a few photos from recent templating jobs.
The most important thing is getting the template material nice and flat on the surface to be templated. This requires a good deal of trimming with scissors or a razor. Once flat, tape the mylar material securely to the deck and trace the area where you would like a pad with a sharpie marker. Note bow, stern, port and starboard orientation, number the parts and write your contact info one the template. Send it back to us and we’ll get started on your custom pad!
Be sure to check our store first to make sure we don’t already have your pattern: http://www.seadek.com/c-97-kayak-non-skid-pads.aspx
Posted in Kayak products, Kayaks
Tagged fishing kayak, hobie kayaks, kayak, kayak non-skid, kayak nonskid, kayak pads, kayak traction, native watercraft, pro angler, seadek, seadek kayak
We are always working on something new around the SeaDek factory. While we’ve done quite a few projects in the automotive industry, we haven’t done a lot in the motorcycle segment. This show-floor display mat is for MX and off-road motorcycles fitted with parts from Pro-Wheel racing Components (http://www.prowheelracing.com/).
Posted in SeaDek Marine Products
Tagged pro wheel, pro wheel racing, pro wheel racing components, seadeck, seadek, seadek automotive, seadek cars, seadek flooring, seadek floors, seadek motocross, seadek motorcycle, seadek tradeshow floors
Posted in Hewes
Tagged custom seadek, fishing nonskid, fishing seadek, flats boat, hewes, Hewes Tournament 16, non-skid, seadeck, seadek, shallow water, skiff, skinny water
Just received this photo from Events/National Promo Team Manager, Henry Cecil. SeaDek manufactures the faux teak non-skid pads seen on all Nautique boats (http://nautique.com/). We also create custom event, dealer and team rider pads throughout the year for advertising and promotions.
George Poveromo (http://georgepoveromo.com/) is a world-renowned angling authority, National Seminar host, television host, and Editor-At-Large for Salt Water Sportsman Magazine. We’ve been working with him for years providing custom pads for his Makos. Here are two of the latest custom anti-fatigue pads just coming off the CNC machines. You’ll be able to see them both in person at the 2014 Miami International Boat Show (http://www.miamiboatshow.com/).
Posted in anti fatigue mat
Tagged anti fatigue mat, anti fatigue pad, anti-fatigue, custom non-skid, custom seadek, fishing, george poveromo, mako boats, miami international boat show, seadeck, seadek
These photos of two fully customized Hobie Pro Angler kits came to us from our friend Steve up in Georgia. An avid kayak fisherman, Steve was good enough to work through some initial hiccups on our end in the beginning of this project and we appreciate that. In the end these kits turned out pretty spectacularly.
We can make non-skid pads for just about any kind of kayak. First check on our online store to make sure it isn’t already in the catalog: http://www.seadek.com/c-97-kayak-non-skid-pads.aspx
If it’s not on the list you can simply order a template kit and we’ll work with you to get a custom pad made: http://www.seadek.com/c-9-template-kits.aspx
Posted in Kayak products, Kayaks
Tagged hobie, hobie kayak, hobie pro angler, kayak no slip, kayak non-skid, kayak pads, pro angler, seadeck, seadek, seadek kayak, seadek kayak pads
“Hey seadek guys, its Joe Harrison, Soflobro69 on Instagram, with the Native Slayer 14.5 with the army camo seadek. First off love the product guys! So glad you all decided to enter the kayak market. Bought the product back in September and installed it on my Slayer and instantly liked it. I spend a lot of my time stand up sight fishing for redfish out here in Galveston Texas during the school year and back home in Fort Pierce Florida during my breaks. The seadek looks awesome on the kayak, makes it stand out from the rest, keeps the deck cool and quiet as well as provides plenty of traction for my feet while standing. Heres what pictures I have of the Slayer with the SeaDek I took after I installed it. I don’t take many pictures of the kayak from the outside when im here in Texas because if I get out of the boat I usually sink up to my knees in marsh mud! But ill be heading back home to Florida and the Indian River next week and could take more and better pics of the kayak with the seadek in it, better scenery than my uncles driveway. Anyway heres what ive got, thanks for the interest,
Buy one for yourself today: http://www.seadek.com/c-97-kayak-non-skid-pads.aspx
Posted in Kayaks
Tagged kayak no slip, kayak non-skid, kayak pads, native kayaks, native slayer, native slayer 14, native watercraft, seadeck, seadek, seadek kayak, seadek kayak pads