January 10, 2017

New Model: Galeon 360 Fly

Galeon continues to extend its entry level line up which today from thirty to forty feet offers thirteen models of choice, which vary from open to hard top sport cruisers and flybridge variants.  The just launched new Galeon 360 Fly shows the Polish builder continued expansion in this direction, and part of what it calls the third generation series.  The Galeon 360 Fly is second smallest of its flybridge range and is designed by Italian Roberto Curto, who goes for modern large window surfaces for both the main and lower deck, with an innovative accommodation layout of six berths in three separate cabins below deck.  The Galeon 360 Fly makes a first in this size with only eleven meters length. Owners room forward, bunk twin berth to starboard, and aft midships cabin is the layout of the three cabins.  In order to maximize accommodation space the Galeon 360 Fly will feature stern drive propulsion, with Volvo diesels from 200 to 300hp being the main engine choice.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 11.75 m (38.7ft) with optional extended bathing platform
LOA - 11.3 m without extened bathing platform
Hull Length - 9.99 m
Beam - 3.48 m
Draft - 0.8 m exl drives and props
Displacement - 8040 kg unloaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 400 l
Water Capacity - 315 l
Max Persons - 10
Accommodation - 6 + 2 berths
Engines - 2 x Volvo D3 200hp, D4 260hp, D4 300hp
Propulsion - Volvo dual propeller stern drive
Project - Roberto Curto
Certification - CE B