Those who suffer from seasickness seem to have the opportunity to go to sea without fear of its unpleasant consequences. Company Nauti Craft, located in Dunsboro, Western Australia, has developed a boat, which otherwise can not be called “sea buggy”. It is able to overcome high waves at high speed with the help of a hydraulic suspension, which performs the function of a shock absorber, which significantly reduces the rolling.
The special design made it possible to make the upper part of the case independent of the bottom. The hydraulic “layer” extinguishes the vibrations from collision of the catamaran part of the vessel with the waves and does not transfer them to the deck.
Initially, the boat was intended for servicing remote wind farms. However, his commercial prospects became very obvious. Increased stability in rolling conditions in combination with high speed and comfort make it attractive, both in military and civil spheres.
Similar suspension schemes were used by Mitsubishi Motors in the Dakar rally and the Citroen team in the World Rally Championship.