Seakeeping of motor yachts and passenger discomfort

AuthorsDallinga R.P., Levadou M.L., Bos J.E. and Gumbs F.
Conference/JournalProject 2003, USA
DateJan 1, 2003

Passenger comfort on board motor yachts has been an area of continuous development over the last decade. The present paper summarises recent insights in the nature of motion sickness, the effectivity of measures to reduce the roll and the impact of this reduction on passenger discomfort.

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