Say goodbye to seasickness (and go faster) with Quick MC² Seacentric System


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Quick MC2 Seacentric System
Quick MC² Seacentric System

The largest B2B boat accessories show, METS Amsterdam, was an opportunity for Quick Spa to unveil its new MC² Seacentric Stabilization System .

Quick MC² Seacentric System

Quick takes a leap forward in water stabilization with one of the most comprehensive systems on the market. The boat in trim, even when sailing, is not only more comfortable, but also more efficient. With MC² Seacentric System, Quick adds two more products to the well-known Gyro gyro stabilizer:

  • Viator stabilizing fins – New
  • Intercepta trim correctors – What’s new

All of this, integrated into a single ecosystem through software, allows for optimized stabilization. In detail, Viator carbon fins , powered by synchronous motors, can predict the boat’s dynamics by adapting the stabilization algorithm. The attitude correctors, on the other hand, act on both roll and pitch, stabilizing the boat while sailing.

All three of these products can also work individually, but installing them together allows for truly top-notch integration. The benefits are reflected in both navigation (fuel consumption and performance) and comfort at anchor.

Quick has worked hard to offer a unique integrated system capable of meeting the needs of every shipowner,” comments Michele Marzucco, Quick CEO. For the first time in the history of international boating, the same company has engineered and produced stabilizer, fins, and trim correctors that are capable of performing best on their own and that, when installed together on the same boat, take full advantage of the different dynamic responses of the systems for unprecedented stabilization.”

Quick MC² Seacentric System: Viator fins

The fins consist of a control unit that analyzes and predicts the dynamics of the boat. This goes into action by modifying the stabilization algorithms so that they are adapted to different situations. Powering them are synchronous motors and the shaftless mounting, in case of impact with something, makes them safer.

Made of carbon, these fins are shaped so that friction with the water is as low as possible. To date, the range is declined in five models:

  • VT700 (for boats from 50′ to 65′)
  • VT900 (for boats from 60′ to 80′)
  • VT1200 (for boats from 70′ to 100′)
  • VT1700 (for boats from 85′ to 120′)
  • VT2000 (for boats from 100′ to 145′)

Quick MC² Seacentric System: attitude corrector Intercepta

By now in small- to medium-sized boats, trim correctors are a must. The boat sails straighter, consumes less and is more efficient without you having to do anything. In the case of the Intercepta, the system is a plug and play that is easy to install. The central unit understands the dynamics and goes to coordinate the work of the two correctors so as to adapt to weather conditions or on-board loads. They range from 20 feet up to 130 feet (about 6 to 40 meters), and multiple installations of up to six units are expected.

Intercepta are powered by a 10-30V motor and have been engineered by providing an integrated electric actuator and simplified mounting for all types of transoms.

To date, the range consists of five models:

  • IN30
  • IN45
  • IN60
  • IN75
  • IN100

MC² Seacentric System: the integrated boat from Quick

The integration of these two new products with the well-known Quick Gyro with proprietary software optimizes the active algorithms. The advantages are many, even in light of the possibilities and strengths that each of these products individually offers.

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