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Old 11-28-2017, 02:26 PM
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Default Photo Gallery: Mystic Delivers First M4200 With Seakeeper Stabilization System

For enhanced passenger comfort, the owner ordered this elegant new Mystic M4200 center console with a Seakeeper anti-roll system, https://speedonthewater.com/in-the-n...ization-system.
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Someone school me on how a system like this works? Boat looks great.
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Originally Posted by PigNaPoke View Post
Someone school me on how a system like this works? Boat looks great.
Click on the Seakeeper link in the article. There's a video on the same page that describes how it works. Basically just a gyro.
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Old 11-28-2017, 05:30 PM
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Originally Posted by payuppsucker View Post
Click on the Seakeeper link in the article. There's a video on the same page that describes how it works. Basically just a gyro.
Exactly. And by all accounts I've received it's incredibly effective. (I worked with a photographer who used to attach a small gyro to his camera when shooting from a helicopter and it, too, was amazing at keepng his camera still.)

Seakeeper's website also is incredibly cool. I thought being able turn Seakeeper "on" an "off" on the animated home page was pretty slick.
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I wonder if a system like this could be incorporated into a V or cat to help maintain a flat attitude
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man i haven't had a gyro in long time
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Statement has been using a floor system for a while now reduce shock and roll.

Love that Mystic and the color choice though, best one yet i have seen.
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Intrepid did this 5 years ago. It's really an amazing product. Most of the reason that you are so tired after a long day on the boat is because your muscles are constantly working to maintain balance.
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Some of the videos of this product are incredible !
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That's forward thinking for Mystic...awesome!





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