We chose


We think that this noble alloy for all its merits can be increasingly appreciated in many more sectors of pleasure boating

  • 1

    We use is a 100% recyclable alloy, so it should not be disposed of but can be reused in a new production cycle. It is more sustainable than fiberglass, which, at the end of its life, becomes special waste that is difficult and expensive to discard.

    Marine aluminum

  • 2

    Is more resistant over time and without the problem of osmosis in water. More robust, it guarantees considerably higher breaking loads, lighter by 30 - 35% on average. Aluminum is a fireproof material.

    Aluminum in water

  • 3

    This alloy's structural efficiency is even higher than that of steel; it is the best of all aluminum alloys.

    Structural efficiency

  • 4

    Higher performance, greater speed, acceleration and agility, greater load even with low engines, lower fuel consumption with consequent reduction of CO2 emissions and greater autonomy.

    Higher performance

  • 5

    Aluminum boats are easy to maintain, have a low ownership cost, keep a high resale value and their production is fully customizable, from the hull to outfitting of the upper structures, since it does not need molding as in fiberglass boats.

    Easy to maintain

  • 6

    It is a common mistake to think that custom boats built from aluminum are more expensive than mass production boats made with a mold. The investment required in those molds is huge, and because they're meant to be reproduced in large quantities, you need a huge marketing budget. This is reflected in the final price and often makes a series boat more expensive than a custom one.

    Customization and costs