Cmc Marine at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2020
As always, CMC Marine will be taking part in the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show 2020, confirming its strong ties with the U.S. On display from 28th October to 1st November, will be the ultra-compact STAB25 fin stabilizer belonging to the Waveless line, which continues to encounter great success, and the famous Stabilis Electra HS60 fin stabilizer, one of the brand's flagship products.
Once again, this year CMC Marine will be alongside the leading brand names in the boating industry at FLIBS 2020. Nor could it have been otherwise, given the company’s strong link not only with the city of Fort Lauderdale, where CMC Marine's US headquarters have been located since 2018, but also more generally with this geographical region: about 25% of the yachts with CMC Marine products installed on board sail between the USA and the Caribbean.
In this region, the company led by Alessandro Cappiello boasts major partnerships, including three in Florida, where Advantage Marine Services, Island Marine Electric and RKO Marine Electric operate, one in Maine with Front Street Shipyard and one in the Dominican Republic, thanks to IBC Shipyard. All the members of the CMC Marine network are managed by a team of certified professionals, trained by the Italian company thanks to the frequent appointments which the brand dedicates to the training and updating of its various international collaborators, with meetings centred on production and on the various technical support activities necessary to manage its customer base worldwide.
CMC Marine has therefore decided to display at Flibs 2020 STAB 25, a model of the recent line of electric and ultra-compact Waveless stabilizers dedicated to boats from 12 metres in length, alongside HS60, a flagship model which boasts an optimized fin profile to ensure better performance with lower resistance and new electronics that reduce overall dimensions. The latter model is also fitted on board the Azimut Grande 27 Metres on show at the Azimut Yachts stand.