Jockey seat Biscaya
for boatsmarineadjustable

jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
jockey seat
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Application domain
for boats, marine
adjustable, with suspension
Number of places
Other characteristics
Seat height

Max.: 800 mm
(31 in)

750 mm
(30 in)

Min.: 700 mm
(28 in)

Base length

480 mm
(19 in)

Base width

250 mm
(10 in)


16 kg, 21 kg
(35 lb, 46 lb)


The No. 1 in Marine Jockey Seats. The Ullman Biscaya is designed to protect the crew and passengers of high-speed craft from injury. The seat design optimizes body posture while the Ullman Semi-Active Progressive Shock Mitigation System takes care of the high forces during impact. The Ullman Biscaya Jockey Seat has a high backrest for maximum comfort and support plus long saddle sides for optimal lateral support in a straddling position. To further improve seating geometry, the Ullman Biscaya includes two handles manufactured of carbon fiber that give wider support for passengers behind the seat. A zipped neoprene pouch for gear is located on the rear of the backrest. The Ullman Semi-Active Progressive Shock Mitigation System, provides unsurpassed shock mitigation, allowing the human muscular reflex system to synergize with the mechanical suspension, resulting in the mitigation of 76% of the impact exposure. Ullman Biscaya seats are the adopted benchmark standard in many navies and coast guards around the world. They are in use in more than 60 countries worldwide. Materials The entire Ullman marine seating range is made from all non-corrosive materials, all fully compliant with the toughest military specifications. The water-resistant upholstery is designed for use on open boats in extreme conditions. Each seat is delivered with UV-protected Weather Protection Covers.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.