VEEM Gyro 120 Sea Trials on board MY Lanakai record 76% roll reduction
Yachting Developments 39.5-meter all-carbon sportfisher named Hull 1015 was launched on the high tide in New Zealand on November 23,…
VEEM is very pleased to be able to share exciting news about the release of the new upgraded versions of the VG120, and…Read More
20th November 2017 Perth, Western Australia VEEM Announces Single Phase Power Supply Option for VG120 and VG145 Models VEEM Limited, Australian manufacturer…Read More
20th November 2017 Perth, Western Australia VEEM Releases New Gyro Stabilizer Model VG145 VEEM Limited, Australian manufacturer of VEEM Gyro…Read More
VEEM Gyro Demo Vessel In Med From October 9th October 2017, Perth, Western Australia VEEM Limited, Australian manufacturer of VEEM…Read More
3rd October 2017 Perth, Western Australia VEEM Gyro VG120 Achieves 2000 Operating Hours VEEM Limited, Australian manufacturer of VEEM Gyro…Read More
20th September 2017 Perth, Western Australia VEEM Strengthens European Sales Team VEEM Limited, Australian manufacturer of VEEM Gyro stabilizer, announces…Read More
MY Anemeli launches with VG120 26th May 2017, Perth Western Australia The 27m motor yacht, MY Anemeli was launched last…Read More
Press Briefing – Monaco Yacht Show 2015 VEEM Ltd – Stand QS3 in Darse Sud Tent 22nd September 2015, Perth,…Read More
VEEM Announces Actively Driven Option for all VEEM Gyro Models 28th August 2015, Perth, Western Australia VEEM Limited, Australian…Read More
VEEM announces new line-up of Gyro Stabilizers ahead of yacht show season 1st September 2014, Perth Western Australia The range,…Read More
This whitepaper discusses just how the VEEM Gyro Range Generates Much Higher Stabilising Torque than its leading competitors.
This whitepaper provides a comprehensive introduction to the features and operational principles of marine gyrostabilizers.
This white paper has been prepared with the aim of explaining exactly how marine gyro stabilizers create stabilizing torque, using diagrams and only basic mathematical formulae.
This white paper explains exactly what the mysterious GMT is, and why it is such a critical number when discussing roll stabilisation.