Burke Seabrake GP30
Burke Seabrake GP30
Burke Seabrake GP30
Burke Seabrake GP30

Burke Seabrake GP30

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Like all good inventions Seabrake was born out of necessity in a life and death situation in Australia's notorious Bass Strait. Overwhelmed by 80 feet seas and 100mph winds Captain John Abernethy conceived the Seabrake principle when conventional drogues and sea anchors failed. Seabrake is approved by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority as a sea anchor: Solas certificate #4126 and is compliant with the AYF as an emergency steering device.

After ordering online, you will receive an automated email confirmation containing your order details. Your order will then be confirmed within a few minutes of placing your order.

It is our policy to ensure we deliver to our customers in a timely manner. In order to achieve this we use a range of freight companies depending on the size and weight of your order. In some instances we may use a number of carriers to get your products to you. For example, chain may come by road, some electronic equipment by air.


Most orders are shipped within 2 - 5 Days

Shipping rates

Orders delivered to Australian Post Codes attract an $18.00 Flat Rate shipping charge. This excludes Bulky and Dangerous Goods.


For Remote areas and bulky items. If the cost to send is vastly different to our standard delivery costs, someone from our team will contact you prior to dispatch to arrange further payment or to issue a refund if you are not happy with the additional charges.

International orders will be charged at $0.00 initially and our staff will be in contact with a shipping quote. If the quote is not accepted the customer reserves the right to cancel their order and be refunded in full.

Should you have any queries or concerns about shipping, please don't hesitate to get in touch by clicking the support button on bottom right of the page.

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