April 3, 2012

New Model: Galeon 380 Fly

Another clever new model from Galeon and Tony Castro, this is how to sum up the 380 Fly which continues the Polish builder third generation phase into all its range.  The new phase was started up with a flagship for Galeon and British designer Tony Castro with the ever important 640 Fly in 2007, and then moved on into smaller and bigger models accordingly.  The 380 Fly is the latest and was presented in Dusseldorf past January replacing one of its best sellers the 390 Fly.  With the 380 Fly, Galeon sets a high bar to itself and the competition thanks to a hard to find three double cabins layout.  Considering the beam of 3.70 meters and the over all length of just over 39 feet, Galeon also did not go into new extremes to fitting out a third cabin in such a size.  The cost for this is a galley up layout, and one shower head. Making the three cabin choice more of a family option.  The galley up though is always a more socializing affair then the usual lower deck layout.  The owners room is to fore, and one normal size guest cabin is to starboard, with the cuddy third being separated by a curtain.   Engine power starts from twin 220 up to 435hp with more economic to run stern drive, or less maintenance shafts. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 11.99 (39.3ft) with extra extended bathing platform
Hull Length - 11.7 m
Beam - 3.74 m
Draft - 0.81 m
Displacement - 9700 kg
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 500 l
Water Capacity - 500 l
Accommodation - 6 berths in 3 cabins
Max Persons - 10
Engines - 2 x Volvo D3 220hp, D4 260hp, D3 300hp, D6 330hp, D6 370hp, D6 435hp
Propulsion - straight line shafts, Volvo dual prop stern drives
Hull Type - Vee shape
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - Directive 94/25/EC B

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