Cmc Marine goes full electric with the Stabilis Electra range – Video interview with the CEO
Since 2008, Cmc Marine has been focussing on full electric creating the Cmc Stabilis Electra range Our interview with CEO, Alessandro Cappiello
Cmc Marine, leading company in the design and manufacture of electric control and stabilisation systems, participated in the 2023 iteration of the Monaco Yacht Show, bringing its top products to the event, first and foremost its Stabilis Electra HS160.
The Stabilis Electra range, which, in 2011 received the Dame Award, the most prestigious award for technological innovation in the international boating industry, is for vessels from 30 to 80 metres in length and is based on the concept of balance, not just in reducing rolling during navigation and at anchor, but also in consumption and the environment.
The systems, light and compact, are also quiet and extremely energy efficient. Built using 95% recyclable materials, they can be adapted to use the energy available on board in any type of situation.
Daily Nautica interviewed Alessandro Cappiello, CEO of Cmc Marine, who talked to us about the projects the company is working on, like full electric systems and artificial intelligence.
“Our core business – explains Cappiello – is fin stabilizers, propellers and boat steering. Since 2008 we have been moving in that direction: electric is the future. Our research and development department in Milan, with its solid team of engineers, is concentrating on a lot of projects, including artificial intelligence, which is very important.”
Cmc Marine was founded in 2005 with the aim of creating a new generation of stabilizing and control systems. Today, the company has thousands of its systems installed in yachts, super yachts and megayachts around the world. Among these are the A96 by Arcadia, Azimut Trideck, Rush by Baglietto, Benetti Alunya and the Stellamar by Cantiere delle Marche. The company has also partnered with other shipyards including Mulder Shipyard, Sanlorenzo and Sunseeker, just to name a few.