Trend Marine Launches New Roof System

Press Release
Thursday, October 04, 2012

Revolutionary new electrically operated canvas sunroof range delights leading OEM yacht designers and producers.

A member of the U.S.-based Taylor Made Group, Trend Marine Products — the UK-based producer of glass and glazing solutions for the leisure marine market and acclaimed manufacturer of carbon fibre skeletal roofs and roof drive systems — has launched a new electrically operated and controlled folding canvas sunroof range.

Responding to customer feedback, and designed for use in the OEM yacht sector, the new canvas roof system features a “plug & play” control interface which both folds and stacks the canvas roof as it opens. Featuring an integral nose cone, the waterproofed roof is double-skinned and extremely durable.

The sunroof is available in either 12V or 24V options with all motors being IP65 rated. It features a robust and durable drive system, which has successfully withstood the rigorous product lifecycle-testing regime utilised by Trend Marine during product development and pre-delivery testing.

The roof system is available in two sizes: large apertures for 90’-130’ yachts, and a smaller version for the 40’-90’ market.
 

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