GPS & Fish Finder Mounts

GPS & Fish Finder Mounts by SeaSucker 

  • ACR Cat-2 EPIRB Mount (5228)


    ACR Cat-2 EPIRB Mount

    SeaSucker ACR Cat 2 EPIRB Mount EPIRBs are essential for anyone going offshore, but you have to be able to reach them in the time of need. So instead of permanently mounting the EPIRB bracket in your boat, mount it to a SeaSucker ACR CAT-2 EPIRB...

  • SeaSucker Light Bar Mount product photo (SM6110)


    LED Light Bar Mount

    SeaSucker LED Light Bar Mount Looking for an LED Light Bar mount that doesn't require drilling holes? Our vacuum mount technology lets you attach and remove with ease while providing a rock-solid connection to your car. The SeaSucker LED Light...

  • SeaSucker EPIRB Mount kit includes stainless steel hardware to secure your EPIRB to the 114 mm Vacuum Mount


    EPIRB Mount

    SeaSucker EPIRB Mount The SeaSucker EPIRB Mount is the ideal way of securing your EPIRB in your boat whilst making it super easy to remove and re install. It also allows you to keep your EPIRB always within easy reach. When you need it most' all you...

  • RAM Holder Garmin 76 Colour Series Mount with GPS installed (RAM-HOL-GA14U)

    RAM Mounts

    RAM Cradle - Garmin 76 Colour Series

     Garmin 76 Series Mount Only RAM Mount’s Garmin 76 bracket fits your handheld GPS perfectly; the 76-series GPS easily snaps in an out of the RAM bracket. This RAM Cradle will work with the Garmin GPSMAP 76C, GPSMAP 76CS, GPSMAP...

  • SeaSucker Transducer Mount Product Photo


    Suction Cup Transducer Mount

    SeaSucker Heavy-Duty Suction Cup Transducer Mount Got a new fish finder and you don't want to permanently mount the transducer? Then the SeaSucker transducer mount is just the thing for you! It's a Heavy-Duty Transducer Suction Cup Mount that can...

  • SeaSucker Video Camera Mount - With Camera Atatched


    Video Camera Mount

    SeaSucker Video Camera Mount SeaSucker’s adjustable video camera mount works with virtually any camera, including bigger video equipment. Now, you don't have to fight over who's going to hold the camera when you're hauling in that big fish...