Will dispersed ballast help prevent snap roll and tetter tottering?

Discussion in 'Stability' started by ben2go, Oct 5, 2019.

  1. ben2go
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    ben2go Boat Builder Wanna Be

    True and I get what you're saying.

    Very true and dampening those motions as much as possible is my goal.

    That makes perfect sense.

    I can handle a steady motion even if the pitching or rolling is at a great angle. It's the rapid recovery and jerky motions that make me seasick. I can't be on the flybridge of a boat in rolling seas without getting seasick. Of course those boats are usually deep V cruisers or fishing boats.
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