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WEBINAR: An Intro to Interceptors
If you’ve ever owned or operated a powerboat, you’re likely familiar with trim tabs, used to lift the transom of the boat up, and push the bow down to help the boat plane and ride comfortably. However, in the last 5-10 years, manufacturers like Zipwake have introduced interceptors to help better control the trim and roll of powerboats.

If you’ve been considering an upgrade or simply would like to learn more about this burgeoning technology, make sure to sign up for our exclusive Master Class hosted by Marlin's Sam White and Zipwake’s Jamie Simmons. You’ll learn all about interceptors and how they compare to trim tabs and enhance comfort and performance aboard. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask the experts your own questions before making the decision to install.

Register today for this free webinar and secure your spot! The Master Class goes live on Wednesday, October 6th at 12:00 PM EST. See you there!

Oct 6, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sam White
Editor in Chief @Marlin Magazine
Editor-in-Chief of Marlin, Sam White grew up offshore fishing in southeastern North Carolina before moving to Florida in 2002 to continue pursuing his passions of fishing and writing. He's an avid tournament angler as well, having won several events in Mexico and Central America. White earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Jamie Simmons
Product Manager, Zipwake & Recreational Wipers @Imtra
Jamie Simmons is the Product Manager for Zipwake and recreational marine windshield wiper products at Imtra Corp. and has 7 years of experience working in the marine industry. Jamie evaluates and proposes system designs to optimize performance and ensure his products meet every customer's specific needs. He provides technical support to trade accounts, boat manufacturing engineers, aftermarket customers and sales teams. Jamie graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2013 with a degree in Marine Affairs and was a collegiate sailor all 4 years. In his spare time you can always find him on water fishing or cruising with his family.