MMRC FEATURES IN 2023 AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE SALES CATALOGUE
The Whiskey Project Group is proud to have our family of Whiskey Multi Mission Reconnaissance Craft in the 2023 Australian Defence Sales Catalogue.
Consisting of our Alpha and Bravo variants, our craft are designed and manufactured to order with fit-for-purpose features and next-generation technology that have never before been collectively applied to a multi-role combatant craft.
Make sure to checkout our entry on page 165 of the catalogue and on the app.
TWPG WERE HONOURED TO HOST MINISTER FOR VETERANS AFFAIRS, THE HON MATT KEOGH MP
We valued the opportunity to showcase our Veteran owned and operated sovereign #SME and discuss TWPGs journey from #youradf into the Australian #defenceindustry, and discuss our ongoing work providing fit-for-purpose cutting edge maritime technology to the Australian Army, the Royal Australian Navy as well as our partners and allies.
SENSOR SYSTEM OFFERS MARITIME SURVEILLANCE
Teledyne FLIR's medium-range maritime surveillance system, the SeaFLIR 240, is literally the 'eyes' of our combatant craft, WHISKEY MMRC.
Featured recently in National Defense Magazine, we've partnered with Teledyne FLIR and Aries Defense LLC to deliver the operator a networked, low signature, advanced sensor capability for day or night maritime
TWPG SHIPS TO CANADA FOR CANSEC
The Whiskey Project's Darren Schuback, Michelle Mrdjen, Ollie Sattin and Tyler Marek were honoured to participate in Canada’s largest global defence and security show, CANSEC. Hosted by InterOp it was another opportunity to demonstrate the operational advantage the purpose-built combatant craft WHISKEY Multi Mission Reconnaissance Craft (WHISKEY MMRC) can offer Canada’s military and law enforcement personnel.
AUSTRALIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED STATES HOPS ON BOARD WHISKEY MMRC
The Whiskey Project's Darren Schuback was honoured to recently host Australia's Ambassador to the United States, The Hon. Arthur Sinodinos AO, on board the purpose-built combatant craft (WHISKEY MMRC) at MDM2022 in Washington DC. We discussed strengthening trade ties between Australia and the United States, as well as advanced manufacturing opportunities.
IT WAS AN HONOR TO PRESENT THE WHISKEY MMRC TO THE USMC
It was an honor to present the WHISKEY Multi Mission Reconnaissance Craft to SECNAV Carlos Del Toro Commander Marine Forces Reserve Lieutenant General Dave Bellon and other #usmc leaders at Modern Day Marine yesterday.
Facing increasing potential for conflict in the Indo-Pacific, the Whiskey-MMRC has been doctrinally designed for the modernized #USMC to meet the urgent need for smaller, more agile, reliable, affordable and available combatant craft.
TALKING ALL THINGS WHISKEY MMRC AT MORDERN DAY MARINE
The Whiskey Project's Darren Schuback and Paul Kennedy were delighted to meet with Tommy Ross of the Department of the Navy Research, Development, and Acquisition (RD&A) at Modern Day Marine this week to discuss the WHISKEY MMRC in the context of next generation maritime technology as potential capabilities for the USMC and marines.
18 OCTOBER 2021
AUSTRALIAN SMALL BOAT WITH US COMMS PACKAGE IN TESTING FOR MARINE CORPS URGENT NEED
WASHINGTON | The mashup of an Australian small boat designed for safety and an American sensors and communications suite that helped Marines secure the Kabul airport during the August evacuation may help fill a capability gap as the U.S. Marine Corps eyes distributed operations in the Pacific.
WHISKEY PROJECT SECURES SOVEREIGN WATERCRAFT SUPPLY CHAIN CONTRACT
Veteran-owned The Whiskey Project has announced the acquisition of boat manufacturer and trusted government supplier Yamba Welding & Engineering (YWE), and globally-renowned maritime design company Naiad to secure Australian defence industry capability and supply chains.
NAVY VETS ACQUIRE BOAT MANUFACTURER AND DESIGN FIRM FOR MARITIME DEFENCE
Watercraft manufacturer The Whiskey Project Group, led by two Royal Australian Navy veterans, announced the acquisition of boat manufacturer and government supplier Yamba Welding & Engineering (YWE), and maritime design company Naiad, in a strategic move that they say helps secures Australian defence industry capability in the post-COVID economy and heralds a new era of sovereign design and industrial capability for military and specialist watercraft.
THE WHISKEY PROJECT ADVANCES DEVELOPMENT OF 8.5M WATERCRAFT
Australian tactical watercraft builder looks to expand production line in response to domestic and international interest. Maritime technology firm The Whiskey Project continues to map out the future of its new family of mulit-role tactical watercraft.
By Ian Bostock
AUSTRALIAN MADE VETERAN TURN INVENTORS TO BUILD TACTICAL WATERCFRAFT
With careers in the navy behind them, Sydney veterans Darren Schuback and Ryan Carmichael are now building next-generation tactical watercraft that provide optimal performance and protection. After 24 years of dedicated service in the Royal Australian Navy, Darren Schuback knew one thing for certain; it needed better boats.
By Luke Ryan
26 MARCH 2020
DEFENCE CONNECT PODCAST - NEXT GENERATION TACTICAL WATERCRAFT
Veterans Darren Schuback and Ryan Carmichael established The Whiskey Project with the intent of disrupting the maritime technology space, launching the kind of modular tactical watercraft they wished they’d had access to when they served.
8TH OCTOBER 2019
DIVERS TURNED BOAT BUILDERS TAKE THE PAIN OUT OF NAVY INFLATABLES
After more than 20 years of back-breaking service in the navy, Darren Schuback figured he could build a better boat. As a clearance diver - the Australian navy's equivalent of special forces - Mr Schuback saw too many other sailors who had suffered injuries or been left with chronic pain from riding in rigid inflatable boats.
by Andrew Tillet
8TH OCTOBER 2019
7 NEWS COVERAGE
Government invests in new vessels for the defence force.
Australia's defence forces risk being left behind with the government admitting it underestimated rapid changes in technology. But today it was time for action, with the launch of a new wave of vessels to bring our naval fleet out of the 90s and into the future.