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A shipyard
with history

For four generations, the family of the current president,
Álvaro Platero Díaz, has dedicated themselves to shipbuilding.
19th century
The late nineteenth century found Francisco Díaz Fernández
already building small boats for inshore fishing.
His son, Francisco Díaz Martínez, began building wooden boats
on the beach where the current shipyards are located today.
In 1925, Astilleros Gondán, S.A. was founded.
This year marked the start of our building steel-hulled ships.
Nearly 100 vessels left the Astillerros
Gondán slipways over the next years.
Shipbuilding for domestic owners continued during
the very productive period that followed.
Then, in 1978, the export trade opened up with
the construction of 10 vessels destined for Senegal.
Since that time, building vessels for foreign
shipowners has become everyday business for the company.

Francisco’s passing in 1995 brought about changes
in the company, which began a new phase with the
incorporation of the latest technologies in shipbuilding,
thus giving the shipyard access to the most
demanding international markets.

Aluminum boats started being built and the GRP production
line was incorporated in response to the demand for vessels
to be built faster and at a lower cost.
Almacén Vegadeo
Astillero en el Eo
Trabajadores División Fibra
Over its more than 85 years in business,
GONDAN has built about 300 vessels with very different
specifications for a wide variety of countries.

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