September 16, 2022

New Model: Galeon 800 Fly

Galeon present its largest build to date with the launch of its new 800 Fly model.  Designed by Tony Castro both outside and inside and measuring 25 meters over all, the new Galeon 800 Fly flagship replaces and surpasses the 780 Crystal launched in 2011 as the largest build to date by the Polish builder.  Once looking at the details one would also notice that the 800 Fly is an evolution of the previous 780 flagship.  Going against Galeon recent trends the 800 Fly sees the Polish builder and Castro taking a conservative approach, opening side bulkheads as the smaller models are not featured in the 800, and no central passageway from the interior to the fore deck of the main deck as in the 640 model.  As layouts go the 800 Fly offers a traditional four double cabins layout with a master stateroom at midships.  Two crew cabins with a small lobby and entrance from the bathing platform is located aft.  The Galeon 800 Fly is standard powered by twin Man 1650hp engines and or optional 1920hp MTU and anything in between.  The Galeon 800 Fly is selling already well with five units reported under construction and next delivery date for 2024, against only two 780 Crystal reported build in 2011 and 2012 respectively.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 25.35 m (83.2ft)
Hull length - 23.6 m
Beam - 5.80 m
Draft - 1.35 m
Displacement - 54540 kg
Fuel Capacity - 5488 l
Water Capacity - 1798 l
Max Persons - eighteen
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, three/four crew in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Man V12 1650hp, V12 1800hp, MTU 1920hp
Propulsion - direct line shaft with Nibral propellers
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

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