Sea Rover Deck Compass

Sea Rover Deck Compass Description

The Sea Rover features a large compass with easy-to-read markings—no squinting to read where you’re going! With a simple yet elegant base, the Sea Rover attaches easily to deck lines or sits nicely on top of a deck bag. Quick-release buckles allow for easy attachment. Built for tough marine use, this directional compass features two sets of easy-to-read markings for visibility from both top and sides of compass.

Additional Attributes

  • Quick attach base plate fastens easily to deck rigging, deck bags, and more

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Sea Rover Deck Compass Reviews

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Just unpacked my compass and…

Submitted by: ralph02813 on 9/11/2018

Just unpacked my compass and I am more than pleased: The easy to read large type face on the compass is easy on the eyes. The two sets of directional markings and inverse directions are great. As promised the quick release buckles work like a snap and it rides nicely on the deck. The base finishes of the quality check of the construction.


On my first open ocean…

Submitted by: paddler232892 on 9/22/2008
On my first open ocean crossing to Catalina Island, I used a basic cheap car floating compass and it worked great, however I wanted something better. I researched and reviewed several models and found this compass the easiest to see/read/use and had a very innovative and nicely designed attachment mount. My issue with most compasses was that the numbers/letters were small or like with the Suunto the only thing you often can see is the degrees (I prefer to see the N,S,W,E along with the degrees since it is easier/quicker to reference while paddling than the degree markings).

This is a dome shaped compass attached to a triangular base with a rubber base with a mesh bottom and 2 straps with clips for attachment to decklines. This attachment and base is super stable and secure and allows the triangle base to curve over my Current design Solstice angled foredeck. It is easy to adjust - just pull on the strap to tighten. The lettering/degrees are easy to see and both are easily seen while paddling. The liquid dampens movements so the compass does not bounce as you paddle... so far I love it and it is half the price of the Suunto...