Three decades have passed since our team has started building and managing the construction of all matter of composite vessels.
Many such projects started with the design and construction or modification of the Yard itself or of the equipment required for the new construction.
Towards the end of the 80s for the "Il Moro Di Venezia" America's Cup Challenge we followed the design and construction of a composites facility far ahead of it's time. There we built one of the largest and most sophisticated Ovens ever designed for this purpose. Once operational the Yard required the design and construction of additional lifting and moving equipment capable of handling structures of up to 60 metres LOA, machine impregnators for heavy and wide multiaxial fabrics, motorised fast deployment scaffolding, vacuum heated tables, autoclaves, large waterjet cutting plotters, etc.
For the construction of Adrenalina Pura a 64' catamaran in a Brazilian island off the coat of Bahia we built a boatyard and an oven for the cure of the prepreg carbon laminate structures of the hulls and cross beams and another specifically for the construction of the rotating wing mast.
In most cases it was not necessary to set up a boatyard, all that was required was to build an oven for the processing of prepregs and several heating tables to build flat panels; based on these requirements we designed and built the ovens for Barcos Deportivos (Spain) and V1-ACT (Dubai); The heated vacuum table at Barcos Deportivos and the one at Soleri Composite (Italia) among others.
After so many years of collaboration with boatyards the World over, Trimarine has decided it was time to integrate the consultancy work with a new production facility presently being setup in Portugal; A modern structure with water frontage to the South East of Lisbon where all kinds of composite vessels can be built, including multihulls of large dimensions that due to their size require direct launching facilities.