Fishing off the Shockwave Catamaran

Andrew Wright debunks the myths about mono v. twin hull boats.

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Andrew Wright, founder of Shockwave Marine, debunks the myths about twin hull boats. Andrew Wright has been a Sea Rescue Volunteer for over 20 years. Having clocked up 1000s of hours on the water, in all sorts of conditions, he knows a thing or two about handling power catamarans. He’s passionate about the versatility of these craft – that’s why he builds them!
Graeme Wornes

Meet Graeme Wornes, our boat-building craftsman

Graeme has over 40 years’ experience in both aviation and marine industries; he's an expert in the art of composites and vacuum resin infused fibre glass. We sat down with Graeme to chat about the finer details of making hulls, cabins and other parts for our Shockwave catamarans.
Designer at the Drafts Table, Shockwave MarineShockwave Marine

Meet Greg Kowalski – marine designer behind our powercats

With over 20 years’ experience designing boats, Greg has been on the design teams for vessels from small dinghies to high speed attack craft and multi-million-dollar yachts. We chatted with Greg about his career and to take us through the process of designing the boat of your dreams with Shockwave Marine.
The Power Kitten at the Perth festival

Five Short Blasts for the Power Kittens in Western Australia

When Perth Festival’s Production Manager Elliot Chambers turned up at the door of Shockwave Marine’s cat-building facility in Bibra Lake in Perth, he seemed a little stressed...
Andrew Wright

No Knowledge Gaps When The Skipper Was The Boat Builder

It was love at first sight for teenager Andrew Wright when he came across a rescue cat on the Swan River. 16 years later, Andrew is a dedicated sea rescue and boat building specialist. Although he now focuses on custom building vessels, he still manages to devote 40 hours a month to Cockburn Volunteer Sea Rescue.

Custom Breaksea a Treat – A review in the West Australian

We've just completed our 5th custom leisure craft. Mike Brown, boat reviewer for The West Australian’s 'On the Water' supplement, took a spin in the Breaksea Nine Metre. Thanks Mike for your endorsement and the nice review.