Quality & craftsmanship
IF IT’S WORTH DOING, IT’S WORTH DOING WELL.
At Malö Yachts we have our own way of doing things.Not because we’re stubborn or unwilling to adopt new developments or listen to other people, but because of a collective bank of knowledge and boatbuilding experience that goes back several generations. For us, there’s a particular way of doing every little job that building a yacht involves. Because experience has taught us that that’s the way to achieve the best results.
For example we make most of the wooden details ourselves in our own carpenter’s work- shop to ensure the desired Malö quality. We then varnish all the woodwork a full eight times, when five might have been enough. We also assemble all the cabinetry by hand to produce the fit and quality we want. And we also plank each individual hull manually.At each and every stage, we have our own way of building a Malö.A way in which the hand and the eye are our most sensitive and important tools for achieving that special pride and joy in a truly well-built, beautiful boat.The hallmarks of a genuine Malö.