Waveless by CMC Marine: 43 contracts signed in 2020

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CMC Marine’s Waveless ultracompact stabilizer system continues to go from strength to strength and is the choice of leading international shipyards and owners worldwide for both new builds and refit projects. The Tuscany-based company has signed 43 supply contracts over the last year and a total of six yachts equipped with Waveless fin stabilizers are already in the water, of which five new builds.

Great partnership with great shipyard

The main shipyards to endorse Waveless and its offering of three STAB stabilizer and four TRIM intruder models are Arcadia, Azimut|Benetti, Holterman Shipyard, Numarine and Mangusta in Overmarine Group, which has installed Waveless on two GranSport 45 units, but owners too have followed suit around the world, from Europe (UK, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain and Turkey) to Asia (Hong Kong and the Philippines) and Oceania (Australia).

The reasons for this remarkable success, at a time when the complicated situation created by the international healthcare emergency has made international relations and trade more difficult, include on one hand the reliability of a technologically advanced and innovative product, and on the other CMC Marine’s decision to continue to invest in developing the reach, depth and training of its sales and assistance network.

CMC Marine CEO and founder Alessandro Cappiello commented:

Since we embarked on this internationalisation strategy, production has never slowed and during the most difficult months we found alternative ways not only to communicate, but also to train and keep all our sales representatives up to date. This decision has been rewarded with contracts signed around the world, meaning we have months of hard work ahead of us, but also important satisfactions.

But then, of course, Waveless has been a huge success since it was first launched in Cannes in 2019, after we decided to apply the same technology used in products for larger boats to a line targeted at smaller yachts (starting at 12 meters), with considerably reduced dimensions”.

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