Just on the heels of launching its new flagship the Galeon 780 Crystal, the Polish builder presents the project of the 400 Fly. This model a flybridge motor cruiser is scheduled to debut after the middle of 2011, and continues Galeon collaboration with British designer Tony Castro. As usual to Galeon and Castro the 400 Fly offers modern exterior looks with a sea capable modified Vee shaped hull, which is followed by the usual flexibility coming from this Polish builder who make the interior and technical part suiting to various client tastes. Various options can also change the concept of the 400 Fly; from a completely fitted mini galley on the flybride, extended bathing platform for larger tender space, and an electric convertible bed on the main saloon. Inside is for a split level saloon with a C-shaped galley located on the forward part. Folding doors make sure to make this area become one whole with the aft deck. Below is space for a standard three cabin layout; owners stateroom with en-suite head to fore, and two double guest rooms located to mid ship. But a more luxurious two cabins version should be available in the near future. With the three cabins choice and optional convertible bed on the main saloon, the Galeon 400 Fly sleeps eight persons in four different areas. Power options have not yet been announced, but Galeon again shows great flexibility in the propulsion area with the 400 Fly to be available with Volvo IPS, traditional line shaft, and stern drive choices.