Founded in Spain in 1916 by brothers Jesus and Jose Astondoa Martinez, the yard began its building with rowboats and traineras, but was placed on hold due to the Spanish Civil War.
Eventually picking back up again in 1944, Jesus’s son took over the yard and began creating wooden boats with top-quality finishes, which gained the yard national recognition and popularity. Keeping within the family, and keeping up with technology, by the 80s, the family began boat building with polyester resin reinforced with fiberglass.
Today, the yard has built upwards of 3,000 vessels, which include 40ft (12m) open boats, yachts over 120 feet (36.5m) built of polyester resin reinforced with fiberglass, as well as mega yachts up to 147 feet (45m) long with more traditional steel hulls and aluminum superstructures.
- Founders: Jesus and Jose Astondoa Martinez
- Size: 40ft (12m) to 147 feet (45m)
- Type: Open boats, large yachts, and mega yachts
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Santa Pola, Spain
Polyester Resin Reinforced Fiberglass, Steel Hull, Aluminum Superstructure
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|Model Name||Production Year||LOA||Beam||Draft|
|AS8||2019||25.25m (82' 11")||0' (0m)||0' (0m)|
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