Specialists in motion control for power boats and superyachts
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A new evolution in stabilisation

(Expected to be available from the 2nd quarter of 2019)

AntiRoll, the dual-axis stabiliser for the superyacht sector patented by DMS Holland, forms the basis for the new AntiRoll All-In-One. This latest innovation from DMS Holland shares many of the same principles in terms of performance and functionality. When the yacht is stationary, the fins make a flapping motion. At cruising speed the fins rotate but thanks to their ‘high aspect’ shape, they generate less resistance than traditional fins. So what is new? The addition of stabilisation at fast speed making it a truly multifunctional, all-in-one stabiliser that does not sacrifice performance in any circumstance. At high speeds, the fins fully retract behind the yacht’s transom. From this position, the fins can both trim as well as dampen the rolling and swaying of the yacht. Furthermore, the fins can easily be retrofitted on the transom which in turn provides a positive contribution to speed and reduces resistance and fuel consumption.

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How the AntiRoll Stabilisation System works

When at Cruising Speed

The fins rotate as traditional fins, but with much less drag due to the high aspect ratio fin shape.

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When moving at High Speed

The fins will be completely retracted out of the water behind the ships’ transom. From there they can simultaneously perform trim, pitch and roll stabilisation.

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When not moving

The fins will operate in flapping mode.

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Testimonials

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Mark Bakker

Director Aquanaut

“Why do I usually recommend people to choose a MagnusMaster rotor system? The most important argument is that the rotors are retractable. On the one hand, that’s too bad because I had a good business in replacing fins. I obviously lost that. But the customers are grateful that I accept that. Another important argument is that it takes up relatively little space on board. And that it has an electric drive. That makes installation also possible on many refit boats. One other benefit that is more for the future, for boats that are being built now, is that it is a CAN bus system meaning we are also able to connect to the Raymarine screens we install. This enables you to then completely monitor the MagnusMaster system.”

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Ton Breeweg

owner De Zwarte Ruiter

“I have already experienced a great deal of choppy water and waves with De Zwarte Ruiter. 2 weeks ago, during a weekend in Rotterdam, it was the Steam Power Event in Dordrecht and as a result, it was very busy on the water with speed boats, water taxis to / from Rotterdam and very choppy water. De Zwarte Ruiter was pretty keen to roll but she just couldn’t. It may well have cost money, but it’s worth it. My wife Cobie and I are of course very very happy with it. As I said from the beginning, it’s just like sailing on smooth tarmac.”

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Mr Christaens

owner MY Blue Angel

“We then turned the stabilizers on and it was just incredible what I experienced. The boat just remained steady and really didn’t roll, not even with the waves. I couldn’t believe it at times. I honestly even sent Patrick a message in the evening; this is not normal, it is beyond our expectation.”

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Auke van der Werff

owner Sturiër Yachts

“A big advantage of the system is that it is a maintenance-free system, there is no need for lubrication and so there a service is not required. The system is certainly simple to operate, it is easy for the customer to read-out and monitor. User friendly. It is a CAN-bus system which, because it has NMEA 2000, can also be read-out on vessels’ big screen.”

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Mr Per Johanssons

owner MV Astra

“One of the major reasons among others to install the DMS system is that they have different lengths of hull bushings that can be installed on this type of vessel. Some yachts need small bushings. The ones that we have used are over 500 mm long and they were readily available. When we came to the point of making business they were already on the shelf so to say. Very fast, very efficient, very good people to work with.”