Each Carbon Marine boat is handmade in Canada and finished with utmost attention to detail. We exclusively build our boats with advanced composites, from the stringers and bulkheads all the way out to the exposed carbon finish.
Carbon Marine utilizes the most advanced carbon fiber production methods, like those used in aerospace manufacturing. We employ a combination of vacuum infusion and pre-impregnated carbon. The only resin we use is high-grade epoxy. Each part goes through two sets of vacuum bagging and post-curing in an oven. This ensures the strongest and most thoroughly bonded lamination.
Given the pre-impregnated epoxy materials are vacuum bagged, the distribution of resin is entirely even throughout the whole structure with no voids between layers. This leads to incredibly strong, light and reliable reliable hulls, unmatched by any other boat in its class.
When you choose Carbon marine, you are choosing next level boating. It's a material difference.
Utilizing carbon fiber leads to a lighter, stronger, faster and more efficient boat. The stiffness and strength applied to a deep Vee hull allows our boats to shine in all conditions, whether you’re quietly and smoothly cutting through large waves, or calmly cruising.
It is rare that a material comes along that both strengthens and lightens a product. It is the dream material of all things high performance and efficiency focused.
Do more with less. Go faster and further than your friends all while spending less at the pumps. For example, our 280 Super Sport has up to a 50% faster cruising speed but at the same or less gas mileage as most fiberglass alternatives.
In addition, carbon fiber happens to be one of the most desirable finishing materials. We show it off to the max with our fully exposed carbon fiber construction.
Our interiors are customized to the customer’s specifications, with hand stitched upholstery, premium electronics packages and stereo systems with top of the line power options.
Our facility is state of the art. Due to the use of advanced composites, our facility needs to have distinct working areas between clean and dirty. Our clean area is comprised of epoxy floors with temperature control between 20 degrees C and 22 Degrees C. This temperature creates the ultimate working conditions for the materials that we use.
Our separated dirty area is for cuttinng, grinding and sanding. These activities are completed in a negative pressure space. This is done so that when any entry ways are opened, debris remains inside the dirty area and does not blow into the clean space.
Our facility is also equipped with an oven where we post sure our parts. This oven is controlled with thermo couplers and has the ability to raise at set temperatures per minute and regulate cold and hot areas within it.