From keel to masttop, we create
Ceilidh Composite Technologies…
…manufactures carbon fibre parts for a wide range of applications. With its roots in sailing, the demanding pressures of wind and water have let us show the quality of our products. With creative use of production processes Ceilidh offers smart solutions to the challenges of composite products. Industry standard processes using the highest quality materials are modified to suit the specialized in-house production methods.
Ceilidh Composite Technologies was founded in 1997 to provide carbon fibre masts to Olympic sailing classes. The same technology and attention to detailed custom production has been applied to a range of fields.
While Europe is creaking under the pressure of the Corona Virus outbreak Ceilidh Composite Technologies, like all companies, has taken certain measures to ensure the well being of their staff and customers. The current protocol includes a partial shut-down whereRead more
Ceilidh Composite Technologies will be presenting the new Merlin Rocket mast profile during the RY Dinghy Show 2020. Together with our colleagues at Synergy Marine, who are presenting their new OK dinghy staff will be available during the weekend toRead more
Ceilidh Composite Technologies produces round flagpoles in various different lengths (1000/1200/1500mm) and diameters (25/30mm). Each flagpole is clear coated. The poles are delivered with a ‘Delrin’ plug to suit your flagpole holder. The sleek design is sure to complement theRead more
Together with team Jumbo-Visma and Pontis Engineering Ceilidh Composite Technologies has produced a special handle bar for their time trial bikes. The new handlebars bring a 25% decrease in weight and increased aerodynamic performance. This setup was used by PrimožRead more
Zsombor Berecz secures gold in Enoshima with three way fight for other medals Article by Robert Deaves, Finn Class Finn World Champion Zsombor Berecz, from Hungary, has secured the Ready Steady Tokyo Olympic Test Event, with a day to spareRead more
The 2019 Splash Worlds took place on July 22-27 in Kamperland, Netherlands. Though the Splash is not a class sporting carbon masts, other products and services proved their usefulness during the week. Congratulations to Finn Snijders, who clinched the titleRead more