Bait, Bolts or Brie, Seasucker’s ready

Seasucker Table

May 18, 2021

Whether for bait, bolts or brie, few owners will argue that there are sufficient cutting, working and entertaining surfaces on their boat. For them, SeaSucker’s line of Cutting Tables is perfect. Available in two sizes, they install in seconds when and where they’re needed—without drilling or gluing—and remove just as quickly for storage.

Made in the USA from high-density UV-resistant 1/2″ StarBoard® and stainless-steel hardware, SeaSucker Small and Large Cutting Tables are built for extended marine use. With safe, radiused edges, they feature open back corners for disposing of fish waste overboard. The sides have convenient handles and the large version has two knife slots.

The 12″ W x 17″ L small version comes with a 4-1/2″ SeaSucker horizontal Vacuum Mount that holds 120 lbs. The large model is 12″ W x 22″ L and will secure 210 lbs. with its 6″ Vacuum Mount.

The horizontal Cutting Tables are ideal for use on top of a live well where they make the perfect surface for cutting bait or filleting. The large version is also available with a stainless steel “L” Bracket to mount the device vertically.

Unlike a common suction cup, SeaSucker Vacuum Mounts won’t lose their holding force after a few hours. Easy to install, a few quick pumps of the power button is all it takes to create an extremely stable surface. When finished, the tables remove without leaving a mark.

In the United States, SeaSucker’s Small Cutting Table is $125 USD.

Visit: www.seasucker.com

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