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Seiwa is a manufacturer of electronic equipment for marine use since 1984. Seiwa was one of the first marine OEMs developing plotter instruments, based on C-Map cartography.

The company targets both recreational and light commercial markets with their products, which include:

Right from the very early days, we started expanding our business, opening new markets in other Asian countries, and then in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe, opening here a new branch in Italy. In US, Seiwa deals through its sister company SI-TEX Marine Electronics.


The most well known Seiwa’s legacy models are PloRad, Mako, Kingfish, Explorer, Seawave, Oyster, Nav Plotter, Nautilus, Millenium, Starfish, Seahorse, Sealion, Marlin, Murena, Tigershark, sw501xx series, sw701xx series, sw1101.

Online Wholesale

Seiwa has recently opened its online worldwide wholesale, to deal dirtectly with marine resellers and boatyards coming from allover the world. Thanks to the free registration allows marine resellers and boatyards to check Seiwa prices and special conditions without any type of commitment: 5 years full warranty on products, no freight costs for whatever worldwide destination, stock renewal to have reseller's investments reduced, virtual stock shipping goods within 2 working days and other special deals.

Seiwa has an international distribution network, able to support customers worldwide with higher level of service and assistance.

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