About us

What can you do when boat rides and lounging in a hot tub make you feel so good that you would like to share the feeling with the entire world?

One option is to find bold, ambitious, joyful, and innovative likeminded people and start building boats and hot tubs with them. This is exactly how Lingalaid’s story began.

Over time our garage has grown into a factory, and our team has turned out to be more like a family. The good feeling from which it all began has stayed with us throughout the years, and creating and sharing that feeling has become our mission.

A bit about our history


Establishing Lingalaid OÜ

Our first boat, Lingalaid 249, was born, turning out to be especially popular on the small lakes in southern Estonia.


Lingalaid’s first hot tubs were built.


We launched development of the now-legendary boat model, the Lingalaid 530.


We expanded our production premises and started exporting our products.


The first Lingalaid 530 was built, and we were accredited by the Estonian Maritime Administration for building and testing recreational craft.


We built a bowrider-type speedboat, the Nord Commander.


We launched new boat models, the Lingalaid 455 and Lingalaid 402.


We premiered our new Lingalaid 403 model at the Hanseboot boat fair in Hamburg.


We were awarded the Estonian Gazelle Enterprise title, being included in the TOP 100 of the 1,105 fastest-growing companies in Estonia in the overall rankings.


We brought into use new lamination and painting machinery which allowed us to improve even further the quality of our production processes.


We launched the process of introducing the ISO quality and environmental standards throughout our company.


A new factory was built, and we expanded our production premises across a full two thousand square metres of floor space.


We won the Tartu County Promoter award (the ‘Tartumaa Edendaja’) for contributing to the development of the region and being a socially responsible commercial undertaking.


As a result of a long development process the first Lingalaid P6 was built, a stylish and luxurious cruiser for coastal waters.