Get best Performance from OPV TRIMARAN


Max Speed ( Knots )


Length ( m )


persons Crew


Fuel Capacity ( l )


Basic Functions
: Border Patrol, Interdiction
Hull Material
: Vacum Infused Anvanced Composite Carbon Fibre
Length Ovaer All
: 62.53 m
Beam Over All
: 16 m
: 1.17 m
Water Capacitry
: 5,000 L
Fuel Capacity
: 50,000 L
Speed (Max Power)
: 30 knots
Speed (Cruising)
: 22 knots
: 2000 Nm at 16 knots
30 Persons
Deck Equipment
Fwd Gun Mounting
: 1 x 12.7 mm cal
Aft Gun Mounting
: 2 x 7.2 mm cal
: Up to 12 m RIB
Figthing Fire
: 2
Electrical Equipment
: 3 x 100KW 380V 1500rpm 50Hz
Life Saving Equipment
Fire Extinguisher
: Fixed Sprinkler, Auto Systems
Rescue Equipment
: Life jackets, Life Buoys, Life Raffs
Nautical Equipment
Radar, GPS, AIS
VHF Radio, SBB Radio, SATCOM


Due to their form stability and lighter displacement, catamarans and trimarans are able to patrol and operate both offshore and in relatively shallow waters. Making them also suitable for roles including anti-smuggling, anti-piracy, law enforcement, SAR and disaster relief. Importantly, when constructed from composite materials, these vessels also offer the advantages of reduced maintenance, operating, and lifecycle COSTs.

This 63 m OPV variant is based on the same wave piercing, efficient, and stable, Trimaran design, which has the distinct advantage of being able to maintain higher average speeds in rough seas. This is crucial when engaged in pursuit and intercepts, and in emergency SAR duty. The main difference is the configuration of the super-structure that enables it to be a true multi-role platform.

The raised command bridge provides excellent visibility, and without missiles the increased volume in the super-structure allows space for dedicated compartments for Ops Centre, training or meetings, a clinic, interview rooms, holding cells, and even seating for disaster victims or humanitarian relief staff. The spacious aftdeck can be used for helo transfers, operating a UAV, RAS, and fire fighting. And the stern incorporates a boat ramp that houses a 12m RIB, plus two boarding platforms close to the waterline for small craft, rescues, and diving ops.