October 20, 2009

Project: Galeon 340 Fly

Polish builder Galeon gives another exclusive project preview to PowerYachtBlog, this time concerning the 340 Fly project. The new 340 Fly will be based on the 330, Galeon's best selling model with two hundred plus deliveries. Similar below the water line and in dimensions the new 340 Fly gets a full revamp above the sea level, now looking like a mini version of the 640 Fly, flagship of the current Polish builder flybridge Motor Yacht range. With this design evolution Galeon create a complete modern looking boat outside, and more to come also inside. The heart of the boat the engine room is new too, with twin D4 engines 260hp as standard, optional D4 300hp, and possible if one wants also faster D6 370hp set ups. The successful interior layout, takes the good elements of the 330 repeating the unique for a ten metre Motor Cruiser three cabin five berth set up below. Living area stays on the main deck with an L-shaped settee seating six which converts to another double berth, galley, and the fully equipped interior helm station. The aft deck gets a big revamp here offering an expandable sun pad. As all Galeon's the furniture and fittings are of a high standard with modern oak wood veneers offered as standard. Presentation for the new Galeon 340 Fly is scheduled for January in Dusseldorf, and if you are looking for a pocket size flybridge cruiser I suggest to wait and have a look for yourself at this new offer coming from Poland. Watch PowerYacht to see more of the 340 Fly in the new coming up In=Build section.

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