It is a general problem that applies to all ships (that has been said by ED) and a major pain in the behind of helicopter pilots for years. Landing on a pitching deck of a cruiser is hard enough already without the simulation engine trying to kill you as well.
I fear this will be fixed at the earliest with the release of the carriers. Which will be at some point after the F/A-18C according to Wags.
Razbam is not at fault (and they cannot fix it) and I am sure we can have fun with the Harrier without landing on ships so no problem I guess.
But the main reason I am not confident anymore is that ED has been neglecting important aspects of the simulation environment for years despite claiming otherwise.
Weather, ATC, and AI are examples. There are videos from 2013 or 2014 with Wags talking about new ATC, new weather and all that being there "soon".
I don't see any reason why this one should be different. I believe in something when it is released, not a second earlier.
Wags signature says Everything is subject to change. That includes the goal of having a properly working simulation environment (stated when DCSW was released) as well it seems...
It is hard to believe in anything they say these days. I hope that changes again because there are no alternatives.
EDIT: Ok on retrospect this post sounds as if I was a DCSW hater which I am not. Just disappointed.