June 13, 2014

New Model: Galeon 660 Fly

In recent years Galeon has been growing from strong to stronger, thanks to an incredible line up of models and a very attentive product update, the Strazyn builder has quickly captured an always growing audience. While Galeon had a few important models in its recent history one of its most relevant was the 640 Fly launched in 2007 and designed by British Tony Castro. This was the model which made an important statement where Galeon wants to go, to its clients and motor yacht fans alike. Now after some years and few improvements, the 640 gets updated to the 660 Fly. A new model in many terms but one which still has its basics coming from the 640 and its success, the 660 Fly is in Galeon words a third generation update of the model it replaces. While the model retains a lot of the important elements, the 660 gets refreshed in the windows department both on main and lower deck, the stern, and a large bathing platform able to carry 700 kilograms of weight. Inside the 660 Fly retains the popular four cabins layout this having a full beam amidships owners stateroom, VIP to fore, twin guest cabin to starboard, and fourth room with bunks berths. To aft is a crew cabin with one berth.
Technical Data:
LOA - 21.95 m (72ft)
Hull Length - 19.8 m
Beam - 5.25 m
Draft - 1.16 m
Displacement - 34460 kg unloaded, 40950 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 1750 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Accommodation - 8 guest berths in 4 cabins, 1 crew cabin berth
Max Persons - 16
Engines - 2 x MTU 8V2000 M92 1085hp, MAN V12 1360hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - Tony Castro, Galeon
Certification - CE B