Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Happy Baby...Happy Family!

SearocK manufactures the only marine-grade baby seat for boats and homes. The SearocK baby seat was invented during family visits on our 23-foot boat to the barrier island of Shackleford Banks in North Carolina. We quickly learned that our one-year-old son could find no comfort after playing in the sun. So we developed a baby’s boat seat that is safe and restful. 6 - 36 months.

The SearocK baby seat is crafted to hang under any sturdy boat top (yes, this includes the ribs of a bimini) using a 4-point harness that attaches above the seat and an additional stabilizer below the seat. In the SearocK seat, my son quickly took to the natural rocking motion of the seas, and we enjoyed our day while he enjoyed a snack and napped in a safe environment protected from the sun.

Durable & Versatile

The SearocK baby seat is marine grade, so it withstands the elements of salt and weather. It is built to last for generations of kids and grandkids. It is easily transferrable to your dock and home, providing several seats in one.

The SearocK baby seat is a comfortable place for an infant to enjoy any family outing. It is for use only in no-wake areas and should never be used while a vessel is underway. Please use the SearocK baby seat responsibly and enjoy it as much as we have.

What Others are Saying...

SearocK was an exhibitor at the New England Boat show. Billy Taylor was "featured" on www.thenauticallife.com because of the positive "buzz" at the show.

• See us in Sea Magazine's June 2010 Issue in the New Gear section (page 43.)
• See us in Marine Fabricator, May 2010.
• See a review on BoatingLocal.com
• See a review on Daily Boater

Set-up & Safety Information

4-Point Harness
•Attach by wrapping line around sturdy foundation above and locking with attached clips
•To shorten, wrap line around sturdy foundation multiple times then clip for desired height

Safety Belt
•Secure child with attached safety belt

Stabilizing Cord (bottom of seat)
•Necessary for vessel use only
•Attach to captains chairs, leaning post, or other sturdy object underneath chair by using wrap around method with clip
•Not designed to impede rocking motion, but to prevent extreme rocking from unexpected wake

Safety is our #1 concern.

To prevent serious injury or death from children falling or being strangled in straps:
•Never leave infant unattended in swing.
•Adhere to Coast Guard regulations.
•Always use seat belt provided.
•Discontinue use of swing when child attempts to climb out.
•Not for vessels underway.
•No wake areas only.
•6-36 months.

Purchase a SearocK here

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