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CMC Marine at the 2022 TrawlerFest Baltimore

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CMC Marine had a successful TrawlerFest, the boat show dedicated to trawlers

CMC Marine at the TrawlerFest

CMC Marine, a leading manufacturer of electrically actuated stabilization systems, had a successful TrawlerFest Baltimore. The event, held from September 29 to October 1, is one of four boat shows organized each year by US magazine PassageMaker and is dedicated to the numerous builders, owners and fans of trawlers and compacts boats that are very popular in the United States.

CMC Marine continues to raise its profile at US boat shows and at the end of the month the Italian company will once again be in the spotlight at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the world’s largest exhibition of yachts in the water, with over 1,300 boats on show and an entire marina, the Superyacht Village, devoted to the largest yachts at the event.

High-potential market, popular products

cranchi-Eco-Trawler-43-cmc-marineThe trawler sector represents one of the markets with most growth potential, because there are lots of boats on the water in this category and many boatyards and owners see STAB fins in the Waveless line as the ideal product to increase comfort on board and seakeeping.

Waveless is the latest generation of electric stabilization systems developed by CMC Marine, a leading producer of electrically operated stabilization systems that has expanded its market with a product now available for all yachts 12 metres in length and over. Compact, easy to install and requiring minimal maintenance, Waveless STAB is the solution that fits every type of need.

A young yet well-established company

The Italian company was only founded in 2005, relies on the more than 20 years’ experience of its founder and around 70 employees, and has succeeded in establishing itself on the market, revolutionizing nautical stabilisation thanks to a highly technical approach, careful design and the ability to guarantee the performance of its products. These, characterized by innovativeness, flexibility and reliability, are already installed on hundreds of yachts around the world.

With the new headquarters in Cascina (Pisa) and the office in Milan, CMC Marine grows and consolidates its position as market leader in the industrial segment of stabilization systems, steering systems and bow thrusters for yachts and passenger vessels over 12 metres.

CMC Marine designs and manufactures sophisticated stabilization systems and thrusters on the market, including the Stabilis Electra range, the world’s first stabilizer with electric rather than hydraulic actuation, which was awarded the Dame Award in 2011, the most prestigious recognition for technological innovation in the marine industry worldwide.

Since 2012 the Stabilis Electra is covered by patent (EU PATENT no. 2172394). CMC Marine also holds the patent for the DIA-LOG electronic control system (EP No. 2669177), standard equipment on all innovative SE Integrated Systems. From 2019, the year of their market introduction, the STAB fins of the Waveless line are also covered by patent (EP No. 3658453).

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CMC Marine at the Cannes Yachting Festival: increasingly present on megayachts

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CMC Marine, an increasingly important company in the field of electric stabilizers, joins the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022 with some of its products from the Stabilis Electra, Thrusters and Steering Systems range. The Italian company is actually the first to have developed and manufactured electric fin stabilizers which, thanks to their reliability and the recent Argo system, are being installed on many boats, from 12-metre units up to mega-yachts of up to 80 metres. Furthermore, important agreements have been signed in recent years, such as with Saim and Eliche Radice; in short, the future of electric stabilizers is brighter than ever.

CMC Marine thrusterThe Stabilis Electra family of stabilizers is designed for boats over 18 metres in length and at the CMC Marine booth at the Palais des Festivals we were able to see one of its representatives, the HS 60, for lengths between 23 and 35 metres.

We were also amazed after seeing a STAB 25, a fin from the latest ultra-compact Waveless line suitable for boats between 15 and 24 metres, in operation. The new range is suitable for boats from 12 to 40 metres and is distinguished by high compactness, low maintenance and high energy efficiency. The booth also housed a TP20 and a DIRECTA 80, a thruster and a steering system respectively. The latter are also easy to install and low-noise.

HS-60CMC-DIRECTA-80The next important appointment for the company will be the Monaco Yacht Show, from 28 September to 1 October, where they will bring an HS160, one of the largest fin stabilizers for superyachts over 50 metres. All CMC products boast excellent compatibility and integration with many third-party products thanks to the Argo software, launched in 2020, which provides better course control, reducing fuel consumption and making navigation more comfortable. Argo is currently installed on several yachts and super yachts and demonstrates the excellent capabilities of CMC Marine’s research and development department in creating cutting-edge products.

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