SEBASTIAN – Triton Submarines, LLC, the leading manufacturer of personal submarines designed for yacht and cruise ship deployment, has opened its new facility in Sebastian. With the demand for submersibles steadily increasing, Triton outgrew its previous facility in Vero Beach, opting to relocate to a larger space just down the road. After a long run of 11 years at the company’s first space in Vero Beach (2007-2018), Triton is thrilled to have a new home with more modernized technology. With 25,000 square feet of manufacturing space, expandable to 50,000 square feet, and an additional 8,500 square feet of offices, the new facility is built to accommodate a growing team and increased production.
Featuring contemporary offices, the Sebastian facility is equipped with a number of special elements, including cutting-edge machinery and a private cantina. Additionally, the entire facility is climate-controlled and ADA compliant, complete with an ADA-approved elevator. Located at 1055 102nd Terrace, conveniently located just a half mile west of the I-95, the space is easy to locate.
Says Patrick Lahey, President of Triton, “We look forward to a continuous expansion of the business here in Sebastian as Triton continues to grow in all aspects. From hiring additional staff to constructing more subs than ever, we are pleased to serve this community and our clients around the globe for many years to come.”
About Triton Submarines:
Triton Submarines of Sebastian, Florida, is the most experienced civil submarine producer in the world today, and the only contemporary manufacturer of acrylic pressure hull equipped personal submersibles to deliver multiple classed and certified vessels capable of diving to 3,300 feet or 1,000 meters. Triton Submarines senior staff have over 350 years of combined experience with more than 80 different submersibles, and their operations team have together logged over 25,000 dives. Triton clients also enjoy superlative after-sales service and technical support from a company dedicated to their total satisfaction.
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