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Seaview SPOD Sail Pod Box Uncut for 3 Instruments

Seaview SPOD Sail Pod Box Uncut for 3 Instruments
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Seaview SPOD Sail Pod Box

Uncut SPOD Sail Pod for 3 Instruments with 2ea S.S. clamps

Overall Dimensions:
  • Width: 15.25"
  • Height: 5.5"
  • Depth: 3.185"

Max Usable Face:
  • Width: 14.75"
  • Height: 5"

Max Cut Out Area:
  • Width: 13.875"
  • Height: 4.125"


The SPOD is a pod for sailboats and catamarans. Expanding on Seaviews
modular mount concept, Seaview has developed a sailboat pod design with a
similar concept. There are five different box sizes to fit almost any chart
plotter or instrument on the market. Seaview has designed the SPOD so that
the back of each box has a continuous radius that matches up with the
stainless steel pod clamps. The result is precise viewing angle during
installation for the customer. The pod fits the majority of steering
pedestals from Jefa, Whitlock and Edson, and can be custom tailored for
other systems.

Stainless Steel Clamps

The stainless steel clamps will clamp onto 1" , 1.125" and 1.25" rails.

Security screws are used to hold the SPOD together. A water tight gasket is
used to prevent water from entering inside the pod, while a GORE-TEX
ventilation vent lets hot air to escape without letting water in.

Optional Accessory Pod

One of the unique abilities with this SPOD is the ability to add optional
side pods (SP1BOX). Currently no other sailboat pod on the market has this
feature. Depending on the pod box size you choose you are able to mount
either one to four of these accessory pods. This gives the customer lots of
flexible solutions to optimize their setup.
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