Say goodbye to seasickness with these stabilization systems


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Stabilization – Accessories

More and more boat owners are deciding to install a stabilization system aboard their boat. Whether they are gyroscopic, and therefore to be installed on board, typically below deck, or fins to be installed on the hull, their success in recent years is an important fact. These are systems designed to reduce seasickness and keep the boat as stable as possible by counteracting movement along all axes of the boat stressed by sea motion. Here are three of the most modern and installed models.

Vector Fin – Sleipner

Vector Fin - Sleipner
Vector Fin – Sleipner

The new curved design of the stabilizer fins, designed by Sleipner in different sizes, allows for even more forceful counteracting of roll and pitching, thanks to a more aerodynamic shape that reduces drag and improves efficiency.

Stabilizers. Smartgyro – Gyroscopic stabilizer

Smartgyro - Gyroscopic stabilizers
Smartgyro – Gyroscopic stabilizer

Smartgyro gyro stabilizers reduce boat motion and can be assembled and maintained directly on board. A unique feature that ensures that it can be installed even on vessels with narrow access spaces.

CMC Marine – Waveless STAB

CMC Marine - Waveless STAB
CMC Marine – Waveless STAB

Fin stabilizers are used to solve the problem of rolling and pitching of yachts caused by waves, weights on board and undertow. In short, you have a more stable boat both when sailing and when stationary with relief from seasickness sufferers.



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