Alessandro Cappiello, CEO and founder of CMC Marine

Alessandro Cappiello, CEO and founder of CMC Marine

CMC Marine at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show 2023


16/10/2023 - 14:45

CMC Marine, the company that continues to innovate boat stabilization with ever smarter systems, is taking part as usual in FLIBS, which this year runs from October 25 to 29, with its American subsidiary CMC Marine Corporation.

In Fort Lauderdale, where all the world’s top shipyards showcase their yachts and megayachts, including many of the Italy-based company’s customers, the brand will be exhibiting two flagship products designed to offer a comfortable, safe and personalised experience on board.

Confirming the central importance of the American market, the company which since 2005 has been pioneering electronically operated stabilization systems, offering ever greater sophistication and details personalised for the various different yacht sizes and types, will be at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from October 25 to 29. Alongside over a thousand other companies in the yacht industry, the Tuscan brand that in 2018 opened a branch office in the show’s home town, Fort Lauderdale, will be exhibiting the two flagship lines in its extensive product range for both new constructions and the refit market.

The pioneering Stabilis Electra line will be represented at the boat show by the HS60 model. Stabilis Electra is designed for boats from 30 to 80 metres and features systems that are lightweight, compact, low-noise, energy efficient, capable of adapting to the energy available on board in any situation and produced from materials that are 95% recyclable, also with a view to taking a more respectful approach to the environment.

The CMC Marine Waveless STAB line of electric fin stabilizers is designed for smaller yachts from 12 to 35 metres in length, offering speed of installation, a compact footprint, low-noise and low power consumption. At the American boat show the company will be showcasing STAB 25, the ideal solution for boats from 12 to 20 metres in length.

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