April 19, 2023

New Model: Galeon 440 Fly

During the Dusseldorf 2023 boat show Galeon unveiled its new 440 Fly model. Designed by since the noughties Galeon designer Tony Castro, the new second generation 440 Fly pushes the Polish builder design forward offering the latest details in space gaining design.  By the layout and details the new Galeon 440 Fly is a replacement to the 2016 launched 460 Fly.  As has been Galeon high selling point in recent years the 440 Fly offers Galeon expandable main deck option which extends entertainment space when at anchor by a couple meters. A new details in these drop down balconies is window inserts which when closed will give side views, and when open will give sea views.  The main deck offers a central galley layout, located to port side of the helm station, while the lower deck is offered in two or three double cabins option.  In the three double cabins layout, the third cabin with two bunk berths is located to port side, with this space taken by a large en-suite for the forward VIP cabin in the two cabin option.  The Galeon 440 Fly is to be powered by twin Volvo 440hp or 480hp engine in IPS pod drives or line shaft option.       
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.97 m (45.8ft)
Hull Length - 12.5 m
Beam - 4.2 m
Draft - 0.8 m excludes propellers and or drives
Displacement - 17700 kg light +3005 kg in load
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 850 l
Water Capacity - 225 l + 170 l
Max Persons - fourteen
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 440hp, D6 480hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward dual propeller IPS pod drives, or V-drive line shafts
Speed - thirty knots max
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

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