Designed to eliminate up to 95% of boat roll, the Seakeeper 26 is sized for vessels ~70' - 84’, up to ~75 tons. Unlike traditional external fins, the Seakeeper 26 has no outside appendages, requires only modest electrical ...
The electrical stabilizer systems of MATN’S are designed for heavy duty conditions from severe weather to heavy seas. Our stabilizer systems can reduce the roll-damping of the ship with ...
Retractable fin stabilizers are the solution for vessels, such as ferries, cruise ships and yachts. The minimal fin-size of the retractable stabilizers is 3 m², for vessels ...
... a high level of ship stabilisation. A PROVEN AND EVOLUTIVE SHIP STABILISATION SYSTEM Suitable for ships and platforms from 20m to 400m Custom design for each hull Suitable for ...
... COMFORT LAMINAR is the worktop that revolutionizes the galley on board every yacht. Equipped with an integrated mechatronic stabilizer, it always remains horizontal when the boat tilts with roll angles of up to 25 °. Thanks ...
... and other vessels rely on Simplex fin stabilizers. These heavy-duty stabilizers meet and exceed the exacting requirements of todays most demanding vessels. A few of the main advantages ...
... relative to a traditional fixed fin stabilizer. Typically, fixed fin stabilizers are limited in size by the ship’s “beam-keel” envelope (hull envelope) creating a challenge for super ...
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How to choose this product
A ship stabilizer reduces the rolling motion of the vessel.
Stabilizers are used primarily on cruise ships to ensure passenger comfort. They are also found on freighters, wheeled-cargo carriers and large container ships.
These devices resemble airplane wings mounted below the ship's waterline. They are usually retractable, allowing deployment only when needed. Once extended, they automatically counteract the ship's roll. The angle of attack of some models is variable.
How to choose
Stabilizers will be chosen as a function of the ship's size. Their range of motion also should be considered.
- Reduced rolling
- Increased comfort
- Increased drag
- Reduced speed
- Increased fuel consumption
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