yacht owners benefit from a company philosophy of combined passion, experience, solidity, technology and design. The company was founded in Spain in 1916, by craftsman, Jesus Astondoa Martinez. Astondoa owns three facilities that cater to the size of the yacht being produced. There are three ranges of the yachts: open range, middle overall, and big crafts. The facility at Viscaya is responsible for the 40-foot open sport model of Astondoa. In Almansa, yachts are created from 35 to 54 feet in length, while the Santa Pola location makes the larger lines of Astondoa yachts, from 57 to 122 feet in length. Quality control is of utmost importance during Astondoa yacht production and assembly at each of these facilities. Astondoa also pays much attention to the latest in both computer and process technology, ensuring effective and reliable yachts. Three generations at the service of the recreational sailing sector and over 90 years of accumulated experience guarantee a commitment to technology, design and innovation - all elements which have been fundamental to the group's current strength. Gone are the legendary wooden yachts; today Astondoa is represented by modern, elegant 138-foot megayachts. This is a craft of advanced engineering design built with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. Manufactured at the Vigo boatyard, this undoubtedly represents Astondoa’s launch into the world of large yachts. All of Astondoa’s boats and yachts, from the Open models to this gigantic model, are represented at the prestigious boat shows in the world.