TOY MARINE's models achieve a perfect balance between tradition and modernity, with a timeless and elegant design.
Common characteristics of TOY Marine's fleet include a strong focus on innovation, reliability, and safety while navigating the open sea.
Rigorous quality control protocols are implemented at every stage of production, with Toy Marine technicians continuously researching and adopting reliable and up-to-date solutions.
The Toy 36, a historical reference model, is inspired by the American boats of the 1930s, in particular, the Lobster Boat and Fast Commuter.
These were high-performance craft with legendary seaworthiness.
Another important source of inspiration was the Italian shipbuilding industry of the Sixties, manufacturing extremely elegant boats with top-quality finishes.
After the first Toy 36, the range constantly evolved and expanded until the development of the latest model, the Toy 72.
The shipyard is based in the Port of Savona, 45 km west of Genoa and 130 km from Monaco.
Being located on the water, it is the ideal facility for any maintenance or refitting work to be carried out by Toy Marine owners.
The equipment and personnel of the TOY Shipyard are always at the owners’ disposal for any service or refitting requirements.
Aldo Tomasina and Alessandro Novella established Toy Marine in 2002, aiming to create motor yachts with classic, timeless elegance that combine tradition and style in every element of their design.
All models in the Toy Marine fleet share a commitment to innovative solutions, reliability, and safe sea voyages, ensuring that each owner and their guests can enjoy cruising in complete tranquillity.
From TOY 36 to TOY 72, The Production
Wind Yachts nel centro Tirreno, presso il Marina di Cala Galera all’Argentario è il punto di riferimento in Italia per tutti gli armatori TOY Marine.
L’Argentario dista poco più di 150 km dagli aeroporti di Roma e Pisa. Via mare offre ben tre porti di facile accesso con qualsiasi condizione meteo, oltre ad un travel lift per yachts fino a 55 metri.