CMC Marine to debut new SE Integrated System for superyachts at METS 2013

CMC Marine will participate in the METS for the third consecutive year. The ...

CMC Marine to debut new SE Integrated System for superyachts at METS 2013

November 12, 2013

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

CMC Marine will participate in the METS for the third consecutive year. The company will be exhibiting in the SuperYacht Pavillion, in order to once again reaffirm its strong presence as well as attention towards the market of superyachts.

CMC Marine Integrated System

CMC Marine Integrated System

The Company will attend the Mets 2013 with a preview of its very last product dedicated to vessels over 20 meters long: the new SE Integrated System that reunites under a unique package all the performances of the most innovative company’s products.

The 49m Rossinavi superyacht Prince Shark, Benetti Classic Supreme 132’ yacht, Columbus Sport Hybrid 40 superyacht: those are just some of the recent superyachts that have been equipped with CMC Marine’s stabilising system, a clear sign from a market that is growing not only for what it concerns the market shares and the amount of delivered system, but also in the vessels size.

Columbus Sport Hybrid 40m Yacht equipped with CMC Marine's stabilizing system

Columbus Sport Hybrid 40m Yacht equipped with CMC Marine's stabilising system

A year after the launch of the new electric fins range SE Stabilis Electra, CMC Marine is focusing even more on superyachts, and on the occasion of the next Mets 2013 (Amsterdam, November 19-21, 2013) the company will further elaborate its offer: the new and innovative SE Integrated system, a unique package that reunites in a network all the CMC Marine’s electric products, controlled by a single refined electronic regulator, so to present the client a unique item that will make it possible for both shipyards and owners to fully exploit the single component’s performance.

Totally flexible and open to further future innovation, the SE Integrated System  is the perfect answer to a market constantly developing, where vessels are getting increasingly bigger and even more technological. Always updated on the new market’s tendency, CMC Marine has widen its product range, developing a state of the art system that can easily be installed on smaller yacht as well as superyacht over 24 meters. The great flexibility of the system make it suitable for yachts from 20 to over 60 meters long.

The new SE Integrated System is thus originated from the integration between three CMC Marine’s top products, two of them covered by patent: the SE Stabilis Electra (European patent n. 2172394) – electrical fin stabilizer – with the DE Dualis Electra range of electrical thruster, together with the DIA-LOG (patent n. TO2012A000472), the advanced control system.

One of the main features of the system is the possibility to modulate it, thus enabling a greater flexibility in the elaboration of a ‘custom’ offer, tailored on the client’s demand. For every one of the single Integrated System’s component it is then possible to spot, within the whole product range, the best solution that can ensure at best the required performance,  with no need to compromise, neither regarding the size, nor the power.

The new electronic configuration make it possible to integrate the thruster’s and the stabilizing fin’s control stations in a unique touch screen control panel, resulting in a strong reduction of the hardware onboard, which consequently allows a better displacement of the equipment: a considerable advantage for vessels less than 100’ long.

The DIALOG control system, moreover, enables the crew to monitor straightaway both system’s functioning, and to run an immediate diagnosis for possible problems, while the GPS transmissions system make it possible for CMC Marine’s technicians to remotely check data and  performances.

For its modular and integration properties, the choice of an SE Integrated System results in several advantages for the shipyards: optimization of the timing for installation and internal tests, easier installing operations, less training required for the onboard crew , possibility to schedule a more rational spare part’s supply chain, as well as the after sales operations.

CMC Marine’s system has already been chosen by the most important Italian shipyards, Azimut Yachts and Benetti, SanLorenzo, Rossinavi, ISA, Admiral-Technomar among the others, as well as International ones, such as Sunseeker and Moonen, and the Company is now willing to reinforce its presence on the foreign markets by closing several partnership with assistance center already active in the Mediterranean area, Turkey, UK and USA.

CMC Marine will be at the Mets 2013, booth 10.420, SuperYacht Pavillion.

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