CMC Marine had its electric stabilization systems fitted to some of the most dazzling and hyper-technological super and mega yachts on display at the recent Monaco Yacht Show. 

Many of these yachts built by leading international shipyards are fitted with CMC Marine systems, confirming the brand’s leadership in the electric stabilization industry. They include M/Y A96 by Arcadia (“Innovation Technologies” award winner at the World Yachts Trophies in Cannes), Azimut TRIDECK, M/Y Rush by Baglietto, Benetti M/Y Alunya – FB606 (winner of the “Semi-custom Yacht Trophy”, always in Cannes) and M/Y Stellamar by Cantiere delle Marche, plus yachts by Mulder, Sanlorenzo and Sunseeker, to name but a few.  

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On display, they had the HS160 from the Stabilis Electra™ line for boats between 30 and 80 metres, which incorporates a concept of balance not only in the sense of reducing roll when underway and at anchor but also of lowering fuel consumption and respect for the environment. The systems 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. 

“CMC Marine is one of the most dynamic companies in the electric stabilization market. As a result of ongoing investments in research and development, CMC Marine is evolving towards a new generation of increasingly smart stabilization systems,” explains CMC Marine Vice President Pietro Cappiello. 

“We have invested in a new group of R&D engineers based in Milan, who are working to offer our customers an even safer and more comfortable cruising experience, combined with simpler and more responsive control over the boat. The goal is to offer an even more exciting and satisfying user experience that’s personalised for the yacht and the tastes of those on board down to the last detail.” 

CMC Marine will be visible at the Superyacht Technology Show in Barcelona in March 2024.  More information regarding the show is available here.