A walk through any marina tells the tale: boat owners have a lot of stuff and not enough places to stow it all. Between the wet towels draped over bow rails and spinnaker sheets drying across mast covers, it’s an unkempt, cluttered mess—and that doesn’t include everything tossed below and out of sight. With the newly redesigned Utility Hook from SeaSucker, there’s a spot to hang almost anything—above deck or below. It holds up to 120 lbs. without permanent installation.
The SeaSucker Utility Hook is no lightweight accessory. Made from extra-strong, UV-stable StarBoard, it’s built in the USA with the high standards of ISO 9001:2015 for extreme marine conditions. Its 1.25” wide hook has an opening spread of about 3.5”. Overall, it measures 9.25” H x 4.5” W x 7” D.
The hook is attached to a 4.5” SeaSucker Vacuum Mount. Not a common rubber suction cup, it holds an astounding 120 lbs. for days on end. When its integrated power button displays orange, a few quick pumps renews its holding power. The Utility Hook adheres securely to a wide range of boat surfaces without leaving a mark.
For every use the SeaSucker Utility Hook has above decks, there are likely two below. It tames even the unruliest of gear like stern anchors and yards of line. And because it doesn’t install permanently, it can move to where it’s needed and then just as easily store out of the way when it’s not. It costs $60.best boat, Best boat buying website, best boat marina website, best boat travel website, best place to rent a boat, boat accessories, boat angler, boat boondocking, boat buyers guide, boat camper, boat camping, boat dealers, boat DIY, boat Fishing, boat Fixer, boat Home, boat information, boat insurance, Boat Maintenance, boat marinas, boat marinas in Alberta, boat marinas in BC, boat marinas in Canada, boat marinas in Manitoba, boat marinas in Saskatchewan, boat marinas in the USA, boat marinas near me, boat products, boat rentals, boat repair, boat road test, boat sharing, boat sites near me, boat supplies, boat Tech, boat tips, boat touring, boat trade, boat Travel, boat traveling, boat travelling, boat vacation, boat vacation cost, boat websites Canada, boating Canada, Boating Canada’s Boat Lifestyle Magazine, boating gear, Boating Lifestyle Magazine, boating website, Canadian marina websites, expert boat information, find a boat dealer, how much does a boat cost, how much does marina cost, how to choose a boat, how to drive a boat, marina products, marina supplies, motor boat, power boating magazine, top boat website, used boat reviews