June 23, 2022

Project: Galeon 440 Fly

Galeon present the project for a new 440 Fly, featuring a sleek exterior which marks another collaboration from the Polish boat builder with British designer Tony Castro Design, who sets out a recognizable line it following the trends set by the fourth generation Galeon yachts. A unique combination of a dynamic silhouette with sporty accents throughout is complimented by the large windows on both decks that liven up the interior. A clear focus was placed upon practicality and versatility and easy access of the exteriors, with the top deck featuring a helm station with a settee to port side for a companion, and the main rest area moved back. The L-shaped sofa wraps around the elongated table and will seat six in comfort, while a wet bar will hold refreshments and help to keep things tidy. The main deck holds two separate leisure areas with the bow easily accessible by the starboard sliding doors next to the helm. Guests can choose to prop-up the foldable bimini and front facing seat for extra protection from the elements. The cockpit allows for boarding from all sides thanks to the full-sized hydraulic stern platform and Beach Mode with semi-glazed panels. Drop down bulwarks to both sides extend the usable space during mooring, with the bathing platform functions as a lift for all your water toys and allows easy access to the stern-facing grill area. Inside, a classic layout can be found with the rest area moved back, divided from the cockpit only by the sliding glass doors. Galley and helm station are moved forward with two or three cabins located on the lower deck. The two cabin option will accommodate four guests in style, as both the mid-ship master and the forward VIP offer significant volume and storage space. For larger parties a choice between two different, three cabin layouts is available with bunk beds or twin cabin setups. Both bathrooms down below are fitted with a head and shower with standing height.  The Galeon 440 Fly is to be powered by twin Volvo 480hp with possibly a propulsion option of shafts and or IPS pod drives.

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