9 NEWS COVERAGE
The Hon. Melissa Price MP, Minister for Defence Industry, announces a $7m Defence Innovation Hub contract with The Whiskey Project for the development of their tactical multi mission watercraft.
WHISKEY FAMILY EXPANSION COMPLETED
The Whiskey Project Group today confirmed The Whiskey Project next generation watercraft have new stablemates with the acquisition completion of YWE and Naiad International.
THE WHISKEY PROJECT BUY TWO ANZ BUSINESSES
Having only launched in March last year, the Whiskey Project, a designer and builder of next generation watercraft, have expanded their footprint significantly with the purchase of two ANZ SME businesses.
By Katherine Ziesing
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.
NAIAD DESIGN & YAMBA WELDING ACQUIRED BY WHISKEY PROJECT GROUP
The Sydney-based Whiskey Project Group has acquired Australian boat manufacturer Yamba Welding and Engineering (YWE) and New Zealand-based naval architecture firm Naiad.
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.
8 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.
8 OCTOBER 2019
SKY NEWS COVERAGE
Minister Price launches navy industry strategy.
Australia’s Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price has opened a major defence conference in Sydney, telling media “the word exciting doesn’t seem to sum it up”.
7 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
MEDIA RELEASE: THE WHISKEY PROJECT GROUP ANNOUNCE EXPANSION
The newly formed The Whiskey Project Group announce their acquisition of YWE and Naiad, heralding a new era of Australian maritime sovereign capability.
Read about the launch of The Whiskey Project and the next generation of tactcial watercraft to be unveiled. Operator focused The Whiskey Project promises safer, more versatile and fit for purpose watercraft.