These ships are the result of 100 years of experience.
To date, four generations have witnessed the production of Astondoa boats. Throughout the years, they have remained firmly committed to technology, and its foundation has been based on design and innovation.
Part of its philosophy is to make sure that everything meets the highest quality standards, which is why they perform every task in the shipyard. All the woodwork, mechanical, polyester and upholstery processes are carried out by its own staff.
Building an Astondoa boat requires passion and commitment. Every ship is completely designed according to the preferences and needs of each customer. Every ship is unique and custom-made with an attention to detail. Just like no two people are alike, no two Astondoas are alike either.
After many years in the industry, they have focused the operations on what they do best: building custom-made yachts. They do not aim to build thousands of boats because they have already done that. The complete satisfaction of a limited number of demanding customers gives meaning to the work.
Only people who want individuality, quality and exclusivity can value an Astondoa.
Astondoa celebrates its 100th anniversary with the official presentation of the 655 Coupe, the first model of a new and exclusive range of yachts with which the shipyard replaces the old Open range.
The Flybridge range is made up of motor yachts between 44 and 80 feet long. The hull is made of infusion-based fibreglass and Kevlar® for optimal resistance and durability in a lightweight ship.
Century is the name given to the new range of large yachts with which Astondoa marks its 100-year history in the nautical industry. This line of luxury ships includes models ranging from 90 to 130 feet.
This range of large Astondoa ships falls into the megayacht or superyacht category. They are over 130 feet long and have a steel hull as well as an aluminium superstructure.
The TopDeck range welcomes a new style and a new way of enjoying the sea. Astondoa has created a different philosophy based on water outings that are primarily focused on having fun.