Net profit was recorded at €206 million, while revenues also increased by 32% to €3.34 billion.
Gamesa said the strong performance was due to a 42% increase in completed turbine sales.
The firm completed a total of 3.3GW of turbine sales in the nine-month period, up from 2.3GW a year earlier.
India remains Gamesa's biggest market,contributing 34% of the completed sales total, up from 28% in 2015.
There were also an increase in Latin America, while the US and Europe/Rest of the World remained flat. Activity in India offset a fall in the Asia Pacific region.
Gamesa won a record quarterly total of orders, 1.1GW in the third quarter, 8% up on Q3 2015, and taking its yearly intake to 3.3GW.
As a result of the strong financial results, Gamesa's board increased guidance for the year. It now expects activity volume to exceed 4.3GWe — up from 3.8GWe in February.
Pre-tax earnings of €450-€470 million are now expected against the €400 million predicted at the start of the financial year.
At the end of October, Gamesa's shareholders approved the merger with Siemens' wind business to form a €10 billion company.