Tables add much-needed workspace to boats

Seasucker Table

Aug 29, 2022

Most boats don’t have much horizontal surface space aft of the cabin or console—but that’s where most of the action is. When it’s time to make dinner, cut bait or go online, SeaSucker Large and Small Cutting Tables add much-needed workspace. And because they mount temporarily to any clean, non-porous surface, they’re easily moved to where they’re needed.

Made in the USA, SeaSucker Cutting Tables were designed for offshore fishermen to prepare bait, so holding dinner supplies isn’t a problem. They’re so sturdy, the Small version will secure up to 120 pounds and the Large, 210 pounds—more than enough to hold a laptop computer or small flatscreen TV.

Cutting Tables mount using an integrated Vacuum Mount. Unlike a common industrial suction cup that quickly loses its power, the SeaSucker solution holds for up to a day. To recharge the device, a few pumps of the power button restores its force. When it’s time to move or stow the device, it removes without leaving a trace.

SeaSucker Cutting Tables have back and side walls to keep items from rolling off, and integrated carry handles. Corners are open for routing power cords and cables, and allowing fish waste to drop overboard. Slots are added to safely hold knives while the boat pitches and rolls.

Built from UV-stabilized 1/2″ white Starboard HDPE polymer, SeaSucker Cutting Tables use stainless steel hardware for a long service life in a harsh marine environment. The Large version offers a generous 22″ W x 12″ D working surface, with overall dimensions being 23″ W x 15-1/2″ D x 6-1/2″ H. It’s also available with an L Bracket for mounting to a vertical surface. The Small Cutting Table measures 18-1/2″ W x 12″ D x 3-1/4″ H with a workspace of 17″ W x 11″ D.

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