July 7, 2020

New Model: Galeon 400 Fly

Galeon has in early 2020 launched its new 400 Fly model.  Another model of what the Polish builder calls its fourth-generation family, the 400 Fly is one of the smallest flybridge cruisers to offer the innovative beach mode. Designed by Tony Castro the 400 Fly offers maneuverability and stability on the waves, while the interior comes in a few possible modern variants, with additional options available upon request.  Below deck, the guests will find two full-sized cabins, one of which, the owner’s cabin, is situated in the aft. Two separate bathrooms offer extra comfort to the guests. All the cabins allow the guests full standing height and additional storage space, ideal for longer cruises.  The 400 Fly dynamic shape is a clear extension of Galeon’s characteristic design, with large windows merging with the hull form under acute angles. The upper deck is accessible by a comfortable staircase. The flybridge, the yacht’s entertainment center, puts a minibar and a helm at the disposal of the guests and crew. It also comes with a table and sofa that can be easily converted into a sunbathing area. The aft cockpit provides functional and well-planned space, with the sofa and table convertible into a sundeck. The front cockpit is a recreation space, with a large suntanning mattress. The Galeon 400 Fly is standard powered with twin Volvo 225hp with options going up 440hp engines.
Technical Data:
LOA - 12.50 (41ft)
Hull Length - 11 m
Beam - 4 m
Draft - 1.35 m
Displacement - 12060 kg unloaded
Fuel Capacity - 1000 l
Water Capacity - 450 l
Max Persons - 12
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D4 225hp, D6 440hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS pod drives, Volvo dual propeller stern drives, line shafts
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

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