The 100% stabilized boat according to Xenta and Centrostiledesign


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Advanced Full Stability explorer 62
Advanced Full Stability on Explorer 62

It is called Advanced Full Stability and is the project presented by
for the new Explorer 62. Xenta is a leading company in the development and production of steering systems for boats, yachts, superyachts and integrated professional units. Centrostiledesign, on the other hand, is a company known for design and engineering work. Over the years it has extended its reach to hulls thanks to the experience of Massimo De Luca.

Advanced Full Stability on Explorer 62

A globetrotting boat like Explorer 62 is a design that must look not only at the marine qualities of the hull, but also at the comfort on board. In short, a boat that starting from the water lines is safe even in rough seas and makes the guests on board as comfortable as possible. How to do it? One solution comes from Xenta and Centrostiledesign who worked on AFS, Advanced Full Stability, a management system that provides simultaneous control of installed stabilization and on-board trim systems.

How Advanced Full Stability Works

The modes of operation of Advanced Full Stability are many. Let’s start with the dynamic flaps, entirely built by Xenta. These flaps take less than two seconds to change from positive to negative incidence with great accuracy. Together with the other fully integrated on-board systems, they enable pitch control with the Auto Pitch function, roll control with the Auto Roll function. In case controls are needed they allow combined control with the Auto Pitch & Roll function.

Advanced Full Stability, automatic or manual trim

Whether there is an experienced skipper on board or not, this system provides important help in managing the boat. In Auto mode, in addition to taking pitch and roll into account, the system intervenes automatically by changing the blade incidence. This promotes pulling the boat over. For those who are more comfortable controlling everything manually, it is possible to manage the system without automations. This mode leaves full control of the flap system to those in command of the yacht.



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