Half a century of boat building has brought many changes to Whittley – new materials, purpose-built premises and new technologies.
Whittley Marine has succeeded in balancing traditional core values with constant improvement and delivers on that original
promise of quality and innovation.
The adoption of fibreglass in the late 1960s changed Whittley forever, and produced two landmark models: the Voyager, a genuine
live-aboard family cruiser; and the Puma, a rakish, high-sided runabout that later morphed into the Cherokee. Together, they
permanently put Whittley on the boating map.
More recently, Whittley introduced the latest computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD-CAM) systems. While craftsmanship and
attention to detail are still at the heart of every Whittley, innovations in technology enable the company to improve its quality,
efficiency and design.
Take a 3D vitual tour of the Whittley showroom here!
The new release hard top Fleetmaster 26, features a large opening hard top for Australia’s unique alfresco style boating. It has an overall length of 8.5 meters and remains under the legally trailerable beam of 2.5 meters.
The two new Fleetmaster models are designed specifically for local Australian boat buyers. They offer great value with a high quality hull, motor and trailer package and are available for a limited time only.
See if the boys from The Captain can lure some ladies on-board!
The boys from the Captain Magazine, take out the sporty new Whittley SL 25 HT, with a different kind of review on Sydney Harbour... Watch on to see if this new Whittley Fishing boat can impress the toughest of critics, the woman!