Australia’s Leading Ski Boat Builder!


Welcome To Bullet Boats Australia

All Bullet boats are manufactured on the Gold Coast in our new factory using only the best materials and latest design construction that is second to none. All models in the bullet boat range hulls will be constructed by the way of vacuumed Resin infused with foam cores, this is the latest technology in boat building that gives maximum strength whist keeping the weight at a minimum.

About Us

Bullet Boats under new ownership

Many readers will be aware of the name Bullet Boats from Queensland — especially those from skiing or ski-race background. Bullet Boats have been around for many years and are well known for their sleek looks and outstanding handling and performance.

In early January, Bullet Boats changed hands with Paul Tuesley purchasing the company from Brian Fleming. Paul Tuesley has been involved in all types of boating for many years and has raced in Bullet boats in his younger years claiming many titles.

Over the past few years Bullet Boats has taken a conservative approach to tough times but now, with a reinvigorated approach, Bullet Boats Pty Ltd are looking to make their way back to the top where they stood for many years.

Our Vision

Bullet Boats has a new team of boat builders who share the same vision and intend to take the company to the next level which will include vacuum resin infusion of hulls.

Bullet Boats have a great range of ski boats currently available in five different models which can be powered by Outboard motors or Stern drives, all models are available as either a social boat or for the racer in a lightweight version.

Bullet Boats is currently hard at work designing new additions to the family which will be available over the next few months. Bullet Boats said they are intending to design a boat for the family who want to go water skiing or cruising in most conditions but also for the SMOC/MOC racer to give them the edge on their competitors.

Bullet Boats is the only Australian boat manufacturer that has a world water speed record that still stands today with a 1750 tunnel deck bullet called Bullet One driven by Ken Evans. This is yet another major achievement for hull design superiority that has not been matched.

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