CMC Marine and Gyro Marine partner on gyroscopic stabilisers

Alessandro Cappiello, CEO and founder of CMC Marine © CMC Marine

Stabiliser, thruster, steering and intruder system developer CMC Marine has partnered with Gyro Marine, an Italian marine gyroscope technology specialist. Under the new agreement, Gyro Marine gyroscopes will be integrated into the range of products CMC Marine offers to its customers worldwide, in both the yachting industry and beyond.

Gyro Marine operates in the design and production of complex engineering products, including large-scale gyroscopes for the international maritime industry. Its systems are developed for large boats built by shipyards with which CMC Marine already collaborates on various projects.

Italian firm CMC Marine says the partnership makes it the only company in the world to offer both electrically operated stabilisation systems and gyroscopes.

“Fin stabiliser and gyroscope systems aren’t in conflict with each other,” says Alessandro Cappiello, CEO and founder of CMC Marine. “What they do, in fact, offer is the possibility of integrating and optimising their stabilization effects both at anchor and under way, as well as of satisfying extremely specific technical requirements. The agreement also marks the start of a new direction for us, one with great potential for developing integration between the two brands’ various products.”

Last month CMC Marine appointed Raffaele Invrea as managing director for the company’s American office. The firm’s US office opened in Fort Lauderdale in 2019, and CMC says Invrea’s appointment confirms its intention to grow and invest in the US market.

Main image: Alessandro Cappiello, CEO and founder of CMC Marine. Courtesy of CMC Marine.

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