Seawork encounter inspires a new look for Westmoor Engineering

A French boat interiors firm has inspired the product range of a North East marine manufacturer, as the latter gets set to return to this year’s Seawork International with a product displaying the new-found working relationship.

Naviline International and Westmoor Engineering, a manufacturer of marine doors and hatches, saw the potential in combining one another’s products after meeting at last year’s Seawork International.

Using Naviline’s wood effect veneers, Westmoor Engineering is now able to apply a classic look to its products, in any design the customer requires.

The partnership is aided by both company’s ability to produce bespoke products. Naviline is capable of designing to any size or specification, initially building a ‘virtual’ interior for inspection and approval, before converting these into working drawings for programming their CNC machines.

Westmoor Engineering can similarly work to individual client requirements, designing, manufacturing, testing and finishing doors and hatches for workboats, larger vessels, offshore structures or any marine project.

Merging the products has been a good move, according to Westmoor project engineer Jack McCusker: “Naviline brings uniqueness to our products, and it looks superb. It will be on our lightweight GRP door at Seawork, so it’s a great application for Naviline to show off their product in situ. Together it makes for a highly suitable product in this market.”

Westmoor Engineering will be exhibiting on stand number B189 at this year’s show, whilst Naviline are on stand number B23.

For more information on either company, or the products mentioned in this release, please contact either Jack McCusker of Westmoor Engineering:, or David Lewin of Naviline:


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