SEA-SPEED: a silicone marine paint and boat bottom paint delivers high-performance functionality that is not only economical and efficient, but also superior in terms of durability, environmental safety and health qualities. It’s the superior choice as a bottom boat paint or coating for pleasure crafts, powerboats, fishing boats and sailing yachts.
The technology enhances fuel and hull efficiency and promotes hull preservation. SEA-SPEED provides for the cost effective management of marine biofouling on ships without using toxins such as cuprous oxides or biocides found in toxic antifouling paint.
Seacoat SCT’s SEA-SPEED V 10 X ULTRA delivers optimum Hull performance to the pleasure and commercial marine industry. A truly Non-Toxic and environmentally sustainable Solution for bottom painting. A highly cost effective alternative to conventional toxic antifouling paint that only lasts 1-3 years.
Seacoat is a leader in the development of advanced silane –Siloxane FRC (Foul Release Coating) technology for all types Of vessels. We deliver Next Generation solutions today.
1. Seacoat has announced its new V 10 X ULTRA toxin-free bottom coating that has superior fouling release while continuing to have operating advantages over coatings.
2. Seacoat's coating is 100 % certified toxin-free. As a result, it exceeds all current and proposed enviromental regulations.
3. The company's ULTRA smooth and highly proprietary coating minimizesbiofouling adhesion because plants and incrustations have great difficulty adhering.
4. With Seacoat’s coating, bottom cleanings become significantly faster, easier, a lot more eco-friendly and less expensive.
5. See photo of SEA-SPEED V 10 X ULTRA CLEAR on hull of 40’ Racing Yacht, San Diego, CA after eight months.
1. Ship and boat owners have struggled throughout history to solve their biofouling problem. The biofouling causes heavy buildups and drag that increase fuel consumption and permit migration of invasive species.
2. Today, approximately 95% of all ship and boat bottom coatings are laden with poisonous toxins that kill plant and marine life.
3. The coatings designed to use toxins are known as “Antifouling Paint.” These are depletive coatings (SPC, CDP & ablative).
4. After antifouling paint is applied to the bottom, the paint and toxins slough off in attempt to kill the biofouling so it does not attach to the hull.
5. During underwater hull cleanings, the paint sloughs at an accelerated rate which causes high toxin concentrations at ports and harbors. Some harbors such as San Diego, are very close to losing their ecosystems due to toxins like these. Many counties and ports have banned in water cleaning of boat & ship hulls.
6. Due to the paint’s depleting properties, depletive coatings typically have short lives with only 2, 3, or 5 years depending on product quality and cost.
7. The marine industry is looking for a better solution.
We didn’t touch the bottom for about a month. We were anchored in some VERY high growth areas and didn’t move at all. There was a layer of slime and what looked to be the start of barnacles but it all came off very easy with a towel and occasional towel wrapped around a harder scraper. Overall we are very happy with the paint and the environmentally friendly aspect of it! To top it all off we gained about a knot in speed!!
Owner Defever 44
A brilliant product with great customer service and advise. Well I gained more speed than the manufacturer claims.
Flo, New York
I have been using Sea speed for 2 seasons and finally thought I could write an honest review of the product. I am a fan. I have a 43′ Aluminum full keel canoe stern sailboat . I have seen and can feel significant speed over the old ablative paint I used in the past. It is not unusual to see 8.5 knots more in heavy wind. John, I have appreciated the tech support you gave and have given me when I had questions.
A Ship on the beach is a Lighthouse to the sea