Founded in the late 1950s, Fletcher’s rich history spans over six decades. Grown from humble beginnings in Britain, the Fletcher brand has established and maintained a worldwide reputation for the quality, innovation and technological excellence it brings to the performance boat market.



From the humble origins of a model shop in the West Midlands Norman Fletcher built his first boat to satisfy a boyhood passion for speed and performance. His first boats proved so successful that soon others were asking him to build examples for them.

1965 – 1975

Over the next 10 years, Fletcher becomes a global force in the sportsboat market and the largest producer outside of the USA, focusing on producing quality boats at the right price. Investing in technology, research and design, Fletcher even produced a number of Glastron’s to feature in Live and Let Die in 1973, making a long-term fan of Roger Moore.


Maintaining its reputation for quality and superior design, Fletcher continues to grow its global dealership network as the brand evolves, introducing new models to its range of performance boats.


Fletcher begins its ambitious plans to restart the production of its iconic sportsboats and reignite the brand. The beginning of a new and revitalised vision to take the brand to new heights, Fletcher has started developing a new range of boats, due to launch in the summer of 2021.