The company makes hulls, decks and components for rigid inflatables, superyacht tenders and monohull watercraft.
The company makes hulls, decks and components for rigid inflatables, superyacht tenders and monohull watercraft.

Wytchcraft Composites, a manufacturer of glass reinforced plastic tooling and moldings, has moved into larger waterside premises at Northshore Shipyard, in the Chichester Harbour, West Sussex.

The 20,000 ft2 manufacturing factory offers increased capacity to meet production demands. Their facilities include a 30t overhead crane, ventilated areas for composites lay up, yard space and launching facilities into the harbor. 

The company makes hulls, decks and components for  rigid inflatables, superyacht tenders and monohull watercraft and offers design for manufacture, pattern making, tooling, production and assembly. Wytchcraft makes patterns either crafted by hand using traditional methods or by utilising the 5 axis CNC machining technology.

This story is reprinted from material from Wytchcraft, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.