Southerly Designs -- a prolific, distinctive originator

November 2009
Ausmarine;Nov2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p24
Trade Publication
The article features Southerly Designs, a design house and consultancy in the small commercial vessel vector based in Port Denison, Western Australia. The design history of Southerly Designs started with the requirements of Australia's Western Rock Lobster Fishery. Southerly Designs' portfolio include high speed monohulls, displacement hulls and catamarans. The company continues to work with leading Western Australian ship builders such as Strategic Marine and Western Boat Builders.


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