AIRON MARINE TRADITION
Airon Marine was established on the shores of Lake Como in 1976 by a young enthusiast named Paolo Molinari.
At the age of 25, he worked together with Walter Posca to design and build his first 36-foot wooden boat, now famous in the history of AIRON MARINE for its amazing hull. The company quickly established its goal of building boats that are not only safe in the water, but also offer superior comfort and quality.
AIRON MARINE boats are all constructed with cutting-edge hydrodynamic profiles. This means they score very highly in terms of speed/weight/power ratio, low fuel consumption, smoothness over the waves, and excellent steering operation, making the use of trim tabs redundant. The interiors can all be completely customised, using the finest materials and following the best traditions of Italian shipbuilding.
INNOVATION AND CUSTOMISATION
AIRON MARINE is constantly researching new techniques, to meet the needs of each individual customer, and make every one of its craft unmistakably unique.
Paolo Molinari always works closely with the customer and, together with his two sons, Camillo and Tommaso, acquaints the customer with every aspect of the boat to help him handle it perfectly.
Commitment and meticulous planning ensure that AIRON MARINE boats all combine cutting-edge design with full respect for tradition.