SeaKits now available in Canada via Canadian Yachting Ecommerce Store

Seakits Expedition

Don’t let offshore emergencies turn into disasters. SeaKits help to prepare you for emergencies at sea so you can take on the challenge with confidence.

SeaKits Essentials (canadianyachting.ca)

There are three SeaKits available at www.canadianyachting.ca/store:

• SeaKits Expedition – Offshore emergency damage control and repair kit. Be prepared to save your boat –  SeaKits Expedition gives you the tools to fight the battle. Each kit comes with more than two dozen emergency tools in a waterproof PelicanTM 1500 case. Retail – $1399.99 – https://canadianboating.ca/93-cy-store/equipment/6970-seakits-expedition 

Seakits Essential

• SeaKits Essentials – Coastal damage control, repair, and safety kit. Emergency repairs, first aid, and distress signaling all in one tough, highly visible kit. SeaKits Essentials is a must-have safety product that helps you protect what matters. Each kit comes with more than a dozen emergency items in a waterproof PelicanTM 1400 case. Retail – $659.99 https://canadianboating.ca/93-cy-store/equipment/6971-seakits-essentials 

SeaKits Sport

• SeaKits Sport – Emergency repair and safety kit. When you push yourself and your equipment to the max, things can go wrong. This compact waterproof kit has the right tools, first aid, and safety equipment to deal with it. A must-have for any small watercraft. Each kit comes with ten different emergency items inside a 10-liter dry bag. – $379.99 https://canadianboating.ca/93-cy-store/equipment/6972-seakits-sport 

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