Welcome to our blog dedicated to the nautical world! In this article, we will introduce you to the Astondoa shipyard, of which we are official resellers

Astondoa: a story of family, excellence and sustainability

Astondoa is a Spanish company with a family history spanning four generations. Founded in 1916, the shipyard is based in Santa Pola on the Spanish Mediterranean coast.

Over its long history, Astondoa has built more than 3,000 vessels, from small fishing boats to large luxury yachts. The company specializes in the construction of high-end yachts, customized according to customer needs.

A strong passion for the sea

The passion for the sea is the engine that has driven the history of Astondoa. The brothers Jesús and José Astondoa Martínez, founders of the company, were passionate about sailing and fishing. Their passion has been handed down from generation to generation, up to the present day.

A focus on quality and innovation

Astondoa is a company that stands out for its attention to quality and innovation. The shipyard uses the latest technologies and construction techniques, to ensure that its vessels are the best in terms of performance, safety and comfort.

One of Astondoa’s distinctive elements is its specialized technology center, located in Santa Pola. The center is led by a team of designers and engineers who constantly work to develop new vessel concepts.

In particular, the Astondoa technology center specializes in:

  • Research and development of new materials and construction techniques
  • Design of lighter and stronger hulls
  • Development of more efficient propulsion systems
  • Implementation of energy saving solutions

These research and development efforts have led to numerous patents and international awards for Astondoa.

Environmental sustainability

Astondoa is also committed to environmental sustainability. The shipyard uses environmentally friendly materials and production processes to reduce the impact of its activities on the ecosystem.

An example of this commitment is the use of vacuum infusion, a construction process that allows for lighter and stronger hulls, with lower resin consumption.