Iguana Yachts have been building luxurious, innovative and reliable boats requires cutting-edge production facilities and talented, passionate people.
The Iguana shipyards combine state-of-the-art production facilities with unrivalled quality at every stage of the manufacturing process.
Iguana Yachts’s manufacturing plant in Caen (Normandy, France) is more than 5,000 square metres and houses the entire production line from part picking and painting to testing and completion.
1 boat is finished each month from our 8 assembly stations and tested to rigorous standards.
The yard was designed to rigorous efficiency criteria and has the capacity to build up to 6 boats at a time.
THE IGUANA PROCESS
In an age of digital production and automated assembly, Iguana Yachts stay committed to creating hand-built, hand-finished boats.
Iguana yachts have been working with a team of highly experienced designers, engineers and craftsmen with many parts and materials sourced locally within France.
Creating a solid and tenacious boat that can endure all conditions and provide owners with a true no boundaries travel experience.
Each boat is given the final seal of approval by Founder and CEO Antoine Brugidou. Ensuring the brand remains true to its origins of uncompromised boating.
“IT ONLY TAKES 8 SECONDS FOR THE LANDING GEAR TO FOLD AND DEPLOY”
Iguana yachts are built with sheer simplicity and fitted with the very last technology, the powertrain architecture is developed specifically to be both efficient and extremely resistant. Hydraulic propulsion combined with simple mechanisms provides long-term operation and easy maintenance.
The Iguana Mobility System offers a way of incorporating a set of tracks into a boat’s hulls, without compromising its excellent hydrodynamic properties. With patents in 8 major economic regions this worldwide protected concept represents the major novelty of the industry. Giving the ability to built the most powerful amphibious boats with the lowest ground pressure and the best boat performance.
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