Prototype launch

The Nutshell makes a splash. Launching of the prototype was great fun. We can now improve the model before we finalise the submouldings and equipment spec.

Nutshell 26 interior going in

The Nutshell prototype is being outfitted with galley and heads. The engines for the prototype are 15HP diesels.

Pics from before the intro

The Nutshell prototype is nearing completion. The hulls, deck, bridgedeck and coachroof are from female moulds. Also hatches, transoms, liner, space-frame and ceiling beams. Looking good.

Pre-launch Invitation

We are giving a sneak-peak of the new Nutshell 26 compact cat at our new factory.We will be introducing the all-new, eco-catamaran that’s causing a sensation.The builder Dylan, his team, and designer Phil Southwell will be there to answer questions. You need to hear about this sensational micro-cat that can be towed behind a SUV, … Continue reading Pre-launch Invitation

Happy 2022! Hulls are complete

The hulls of the prototype are now complete and ready to receive the bridge-deck. They’re looking good in pure white. Further finishing is required and the moulds will be polished for the first production hull. In the meantime we will start installing systems and testing the de-mounting system.

Progress on hulls

The plug and moulds for the Nutshell 26 hulls are progressing very rapidly in our new factory. Using our 3-axis milling machine the frames can be generated in a day. We are still on for a December launch but the move has delayed us by about a week. Any potential buyer of fractional owners are … Continue reading Progress on hulls

Containerisation & shipping

Shipping in a standard 40’ container saves 60-70% of transport cost compared to sending one of these by deck cargo. This huge saving means we can ship anywhere, without undue delay, and unload using standard equipment anywhere in the world. We have designed the mouldings so that they dismantle and fit into a container. It … Continue reading Containerisation & shipping

Canvas enclosures

Tents! Well you either love em or you’ve actually been camping. But marine awnings? A whole different thing. They are so good nowadays they’re pretty much a standard on any boat. Strung between a coachroof-lid and a bulwark, they stop wind and rain from ruining your evening, while still giving you that terrific view of … Continue reading Canvas enclosures


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