CMC Marine at the Palm Beach International Boat Show 2021
Monday, March 15, 2021 5:45 PM
CMC Marine confirms its participation in the Palm Beach International Boat Show 2021, where it will be exhibiting the STAB 25 electric fin stabilizer for yachts from 12 to 24 metres from March 25 to 28. STAB 25 forms part of the Waveless line, the stabilization system designed by CMC Marine for boats from 12 to 40 metres that comprises four STAB fin stabilizer and four TRIM intruder models and continues to enjoy great success driven by its innovative features and peerless quality.
CMC Marine returns to the Florida coast to take part in the 35th Palm Beach International Boat Show. At the boat show, one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year, will be exhibited accessories and boats from 8 to 300 feet in length. CMC Marine’s presence at the show, even in this difficult period, confirms the company’s continuing growth and now widely recognised global leadership in the production of stabilization systems for recreational boats.
From March 25 to 28, CMC Marine will have a presence alongside the main players in the international yachting industry, in a geographical area of fundamental importance for the company. In fact, about a quarter of the yachts with CMC Marine products installed on board operate in the area between the USA and the Caribbean.
The featured product at the CMC Marine stand (Clematis Tent number 594) will be STAB 25, a model in the Waveless line of ultracompact electric stabilization systems for yachts 12 metres in length and over. The small footprint, reliability and ease of installation, use and maintenance of the brand’s products continue to drive their popularity and the ongoing expansion of the global network of CMC Marine service centres and dealers.
The Tuscany-based company will also have a presence at the Sanlorenzo Americas stand, demonstrating the strength of the partnership established between the two companies in recent years. Sanlorenzo will be taking the SX112, installed with Stabilis Electra HS80 and Dualis Electra thruster TP 60 EA, and Sanlorenzo SD 96 fitted with Stabilis Electra HS60 fins and steering system Directa 120.