The history of the company Finngulf began in 1980, when the young then the Stig Nordblad decided to build a yacht for the world Cup in the 3/4-ton class. The legendary Finngulf 34 based on advanced technical solutions, which today are extremely rare: for example, boat had aluminum bulkheads, which were welded to the aluminum bulk pipe passing through the interior of the yacht as a strong power element. The boat was the fastest Scandinavian yacht at the world Cup, after which the Stig has received a number of orders for Finngulf 34. Since then, the shipyard built exceptionally high quality cruising yacht with high speed characteristics. After years of crisis the company handed over the construction of their vessels to the subcontractor (for example, Estonian shipyard Saare Paat), and left behind only self-model construction. Finngulf 43.