BuilderDoral

Canada

Model range of Doral

The brand Doral produces cabin Cruisers and open Yachts. There are 12 models from 7 to 16 meters.

About Doral

In 1935, Canadian Mois Cadorette opened in Saint-Jean-de-Sway a shipyard named after himself for making canoes and small pleasure boats. Twenty years later, he was one of the first to master epoxy and glass fabrics, starting to make laminated hulls, which, Moses believes, are the future. And in 1972 Moise Cadorette was the birth of Doral, specialising in the construction of inexpensive plastic boats for water sports and entertainment. And now the new brand is a priority for the shipyard. In 1979, Thundercraft and Canot Cadorette bought Moise Cadorette. In 1989, the triumvirate of shipbuilders moved their production to the Grand Mayor in the province of Quebec. In 1999, Doral is taken over by Erwin Zich. Doral Boats, the middleman in the small boat industry, even today sells its boats both in North America and overseas (the company has representatives in 25 countries). The shipyard's range includes boats from 4 to 14 meters in length, divided into three categories: sports boats, express cruisers and an elite series. And recently the shipyard has a new fashion option "Build-Your-Doral", where with the help of online configurator you can mold every detail of your boat as you want.

Discontinued yachts and boats Doral

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