Norman R. Wright and Sons are proud to announce the launch of the company’s 13th City Cat built for the City of Brisbane.

The 25mtr cat is the 21st for the city and following tradition has been named using the Indigenous name for the Brisbane suburb of “Nundah”.

Please see the below link for an article published by ABC News on the launch

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-03/queensland-firebirds-colours-cover-citycat-ferry/6517206

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS CLOSURE DATES

Norman R. Wright & Sons will close on Friday 19th of December 2014 and will re-open on Monday the 12th of January 2015.

See you all in the new year!!

To celebrate our 105 years in the business, Bill & Ian Wright wish to invite clients, past clients, owners, past owners, friends and lovers of classic boats to join them for Classic Boat Day at RQYS Canaipa on Saturday July 12th from 11am.

Bring your wooden sailing dinghies along for display and informal races.

Beer and wine will be provided but please BYO food for the onsite BBQ’s.

For more information and/or to register your attendance, please call (07) 3399 3911 or email accounts@wrightsons.com.au.

To view the poster click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gilwunpa – Brisbane’s 21st City Cat

Norman R. Wright and Sons are proud to announce the launch of the company’s 13th City Cat built for the City of Brisbane. The 25mtr cat is the 21st for the city and following tradition has been named using the Indigenous name for the Brisbane suburb of “Nundah”. Please see the below link for an   …Continue Reading

Christmas Closure 2014

CHRISTMAS CLOSURE DATES Norman R. Wright & Sons will close on Friday 19th of December 2014 and will re-open on Monday the 12th of January 2015. See you all in the new year!!

105th Anniversary Celebrations

To celebrate our 105 years in the business, Bill & Ian Wright wish to invite clients, past clients, owners, past owners, friends and lovers of classic boats to join them for Classic Boat Day at RQYS Canaipa on Saturday July 12th from 11am. Bring your wooden sailing dinghies along for display and informal races. Beer   …Continue Reading

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