1909 – 2020
First boat designed and built by N. R. Wright, at the age of 16 years.
THE ORIGINAL SHED
Norman R. Wright – Boat Builder The Original Shed at Newstead.
Oldest existing N. R. Wright boat. Lives in the Noosa River.
Designed & built for Mr. W.G. Whatmore.
Length 94’ | Speed 11 knots
18 ft skift designed & built by N. R. Wright. World Champion 1938
NORMAN R. WRIGHT
Built with a Caterpillar Engine 114HP Length 56’ | Speed 10 knots
RON, NORM SNR & NORM JNR
Ron, Norman Snr & Norman Jnr at the Quay Street Office.
BALI HAI ll
Designed & built for L. Mee. Cruised the South Pacific. Length 75’ | Speed 11.2 knots
Designed & built for Clyde Industries. First large cold moulded boat. Length 62’6 | Speed 20 knots
Built for Kevin Alexander. Length 57’ | Speed 9.5 knots
Length 108 ’ | Speed 10 knots
Built for Mr. John McPhee. Length 83.9 ’ | Speed 27 knots
Designed and built for Admiral John Hunt RAN. Still in operation. Length 39’ | Speed 19 knots
Restored for Dennis O’Neil and John David. Our brief was Day-Sailing on Sydney Harbour. Length 118’’
Designed & built for the Peabody family. Length 101’ | Speed 28.9 knots.
Designed & build for Ian and Jen Holman. Length 62’ | Speed 11 knots.
Designed & built for Adrian Yates. Length 58’ | Speed 34 knots.
18 foot skiff built for Peter Cavill. Replica of a 1949 original design.
Lionheart at the Sandhills, Moreton Island. Length 100 ’ | Speed 12 knots.
Current Brisbane premises for Norman R. Wright & Sons with 54 staff.
Current design & build. Length 60’ | Speed 35 knots plus