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onboard advisory tools to assist with the comfortable operation of a yacht.


Stabilisation systems have become the “most wanted” system onboard, but which one is the most suitable one for a specific yacht? Despite the fact that we are able to numerically and


experimentally reply to these questions, we recognise that certain concepts need further explanation and research.


We feel it is our duty to keep researching the contributions of ship motions and accelerations. As mentioned, we have already launched the


Comfort JIP and as a “teaser” we have started to develop an application named “Comfort Mate”, which will become available to all participants. Contact us when you would like to participate in our research to achieve optimal comfort at sea.


Figure 2: comparison of Cruise Comfort Index (R. Grin, RINA 2011) for 5 vessels of different size sailing exactly along the same route at the same time, at the same speed. The higher the CCI the better.


Figure 3: proposal under investigation for the presentation of the seakeeping results in a more “understandable” way


Figure 4: RAO of pitch response for different radii of inertia (kyy) for the upper most hull of figure 5 (H = 180 deg, Hs = 3.0 m, Vs = 12 kn)


Figure 5: Hull forms used to evaluate the influence of a bow shape on the general sealeping behaviour of a yacht


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