Sushi and SeaDek

People are always asking us if their SeaDek will clean up after a bloody day of fishing. The answer is yes!

The tuna is one of the bloodiest (and tastiest) fish in the ocean, and these pictures from Blue Seas Fabrication show the aftermath of a good day fishing, and then the clean up. SeaDek cleans up like any other boat surface, just brushing with soap and water takes up all but the toughest grime.

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And when you are on the back of a pitching fishing boat hooked up to a solid bluefin, your feet need to be planted firmly to the deck. SeaDek provides the exceptional nonskid and comfort that serious fishermen demand, when safety and durability matter most.

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Established in 2016, Blue Seas Fabrication is the first and only SeaDek Certified Fabricator™ in California. Based in San Diego, Blue Seas Fabrication provides SeaDek EVA foam non-skid decking material for nearly every boating and watercraft application, including boat decking, swim steps, helm pads, casting and poling platforms, boat trailers, and more. Being a full-service certified fabricator and installer allows Blue Seas Fabrication to template, design and install custom SeaDek from start to finish.

For more information about Blue Seas Fabrication, call 858-232-4188 or visit their Website.

 Not in Southern California and want custom SeaDek for your boat? Find a SeaDek Certified Fabricator or Installer near you on our Interactive Map.

 

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