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CMC Marine will be at the Metstrade Show from November 16 to 18

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11/11/2021 - 13:11

The Dutch trade exhibition is a key event for CMC Marine, which returns to Amsterdam from November 16 to 18 with one stand-out model in the High Speed System range, for yachts over 23 metres, and one in the Waveless line for boats 12 metres in length and above, confirming the breadth and variety of the company’s offering.

CMC Marine could hardly miss the world’s largest exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems, the Metstrade Show (the acronym for Marine Equipment Trade Show), which will be held in Amsterdam from November 16 to 18. This year, in the event’s exclusive Superyacht Pavilion, the Tuscany-based company will be showing two stand-out models from its broad range of stabilization systems: a High Speed 60 and a Waveless Stab 25, designed for two different types of boat. 

High Speed 60 (HS60) forms part of the High Speed System range designed for planing boats over 23 metres in length, with optimised fin profiles and electronics that reduce the overall dimensions and weight while improving performance. STAB 25, on the other hand, is one of the models in the Waveless line of ultra-compact electric stabilization systems for boats 12 metres and over, designed with the same advanced technology found in Stabilis Electra stabilizers for larger yachts. 

Official METS trade
Official METS trade

The two models exhibited at the show epitomise the diversity of the product range on offer from CMC Marine, which since 2005 has been developing innovative systems based on the use of latest generation technology to ensure easy installation and ever better performance together with reduced weight and consumption. The CMC Marine range is also constantly expanding: the various systems are the result of ongoing feedback and requests from owners and shipyards, highlighting specific needs for which the market offers inadequate answers. Alessandro Cappiello, the founder and CEO of CMC Marine, commented: “All boat shows are important opportunities for us to exchange views, and often also the source of new ideas and considerations. Mets is this more than others, because its focus is more specific, and we are pleased that the trade fair is once again in-person, giving us the chance to meet the leading players in the industry”.

Furthermore, in the Netherlands, where some of the world’s most important shipyards are based, CMC Marine has recently signed supply contracts with two storied brands known around the world. Mulder Shipyard, a boat builder since 1938, and Van der Valk Shipyard, established in 1967, have both chosen the HS120 system for two recently built aluminium yachts scheduled for delivery in 2023.
 

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