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Magnus effect stabilizer ZeroSpeed Stabilizer (0 to 25 knots)
for boatsfor yachtsretractable

Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
Magnus effect stabilizer
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats, for yachts
Other characteristics
retractable, Magnus effect

Description

The RotorSwing yacht stabilizer has been developed by RotorSwing Holland. The system workings are based on the Magnus effect, and are suitable for yachts up to 35 meters in length. Many yacht owners are looking for a stabilizer system which is both effective at anchor and at relatively high cruising speeds. RotorSwing ZeroSpeed stabilizers are suitable for ‘at anchor’ applications and can be utilized for cruising speeds up to 25 knots. As the rotor arm can move freely under the yacht, the RotorSwing stabilizer can be regarded as fully retractable. Reducing the risk of damaging the stabilizer. The system is fully electric, so no hydraulic components are needed. Small yachts can be equipped with a single rotor. Larger yachts might require a double pair of 4 rotors in total. A RotorSwing stabilizer does not have to be placed in the mid-section of the yacht like conventional fin systems. This makes finding a suitable location for installing a RotorSwing stabilizer much easier. For those who only need stabilization while cruising, we also produce a cost effective UnderWay only version.

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