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Astondoa 377 Coupe, the gift that lovers of sport wish to

This Christmas season is going to be, without a doubt, different. But to make it special and exciting for the sea lovers who enjoy the most sportive and risky leisure sailing, is possible thanks to the most innovative Dayboat of the Coupe range from the Spanish shipyard ASTONDOA, the 377 Coupe. A sports boat of 11.61 metres in length and 3.56 metres in beam, which provides both comfort and safety on board, a modern, powerful and avant-garde boat. All the luxury of ASTONDOA in 12 metres.
 
Inspired by the great blue whale, the majestic mammal that dominates the oceans with its 30 meters in length and up to 180 tons in weight, the 377 Coupe belongs to the Shipyard’s “Savage Ocean design line”, which also offers the Outboard version. 
 
Its roof with walk-around all around at the same level, has three different areas in its distribution. Two solariums, at the bow and at the stern, and a third area at mid-length, which joins the kitchen and refrigerator space with the triple set of sports seats located in front of a modern console, with harmonic and modern instrumentation of multifunction touch screens, make up a comfortable and very well distributed space.
Inside, the owner cabin has a refrigerator and audio/TV system, which is completed with a generous toilet, exceptional for its length, and a second cabin for two people.

Astondoa’s DNA
Our boats are the result of more than 100 years of experience. We here at Astondoa have manufactured boats for four generations. Throughout our history we have focused on technology, with design and innovation a fundamental part of our DNA.

Building an Astondoa boat requires passion and commitment. Each boat is 100% custom designed according to the needs of each customer. Each boat is unique, tailor-made down to the slightest detail.

Since no two people are alike, no two Astondoa boats are the same.

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