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SearocK Marine-Grade Baby Seat & Swing

SearocK Marine-Grade Baby Seat & Swing

Description

The SearocK Marine-Grade Baby Seat and Swing is a comfortable place for an infant to enjoy any family outing.

Features

  • 4-point harness that attaches above the seat
  • Withstands the elements of salt and weather
  • Easily transferrable to dock and home
List Price
$149.99
Your Price
$137.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Safe and Easy to Use
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. Your baby will take to the natural rocking motion of the seas, and can nap in a safe environment protected from 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.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SearocK Marine-Grade Baby Seat & Swing BABYSEAROCK Marine-grade baby seat swing, fits 6-36 months
$137.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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