Showing posts with label Galeon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Galeon. Show all posts

November 14, 2023

Project: Galeon 470 Skydeck

Galeon presents the 470 Skydeck project, set to debut in 2024.  Designed by Tony Castro this 470 Skydeck is a second generation 470 and will replace the original model which debuted in 2018.  This new version is based on the outgoing 470 Skydeck model, same hull and an evolution of design with the main difference coming from the larger hull windows.   Another subtle difference in the new 470 Skydeck comes in the layout of the sport-fly-bridge or as Galeon calls it, the Skydeck, which now features a helm station to port side with a C-shaped lounge on the other side versus the central helm of the outgoing 470.  For the remaining at least in the plans shown so far, the Galeon 470 Skydeck is identical to the previous first version; with an astern galley layout main deck, and three double cabins below of which is a full beam owners cabin.

October 26, 2023

New Model: Galeon 450 HTC

Galeon presents the new 450 HTC, the hard top coupe variant of the second generation 440 Fly model which debuted in early 2022.  That means the 450 HTC is hard top coupe with a fully enclosed patio door main deck, with a sunroof which opens for a third of the coach roof length to let sun and fresh air in.  Beside sportier leaner looks and an opening hard-top replacing the flybridge the 450 HTC is nearly identical to the 440 Fly, full of Galeon fourth generation features like the hexagonal bow shape, and latest in transformational drop down bulk heads which extend cockpit space by another forty per cent aft.  Beside the transformative features the Galeon still surprises for its spaces, offering three different lower deck layouts, from the standard two master and forward VIP cabins layout, to two different three cabin layouts. One of the three cabins layouts moves the master cabin forward and offers two nearly identical sized guest cabins at midships with double berth to starboard, while the third optional layout keeps the layout of the two cabin and offers a third cabin with two bunks berths to starboard and eats away some space from the fore cabin with the bed resting to starboard side from the central position of the two cabins layout.  The Galeon 450 HTS is to be powered by twin Volvo 480hp engines with line shaft V-drive propulsion for top speeds of about 27 knots.    
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.97 m (45.8ft)
Hull Length - 12.5 m
Beam - 4.2 m
Draft - 0.83 m ex drives and propellers
Displacement - 15701 kg light, +3005 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 850 l
Water Capacity - 255 + 170 l
Max Persons - fourteen
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins, or six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 480hp
Propulsion - line shaft in V-drive
Speed - 27 knots max speeds 24 cruise, 
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

May 29, 2023

New Model: Galeon 560 Fly

During the 2023 Miami boat show Galeon presented the World premier for the 560 Fly model.  A seventeen meters flybridge motor yacht, the 560 Fly is designed by British Tony Castro, Galeon's main designer for the last twenty or so years.  The 560 Fly replaces the 550 after ten years of production into that highly competitive segment of the market, especially in between European builders.  As is usual to Galeon the 560 Fly comes as a unique offer, and although its not a novelty as it was once, Galeon opening side bulkheads as presented on the 500 Fly in 2015 are still unique, especially if onboard entertaining with friends is ones priority. These drop down bulkheads apart expanding beam by two meters are unique and with the opening sliding glazed surfaces in the galley and the other side, they join the inside with outside in a unique manner which surprisingly has not yet been copied in the market today.  The Galeon 560 Fly also features some hard to find features in its size, like the side door by the helm station to starboard and the single peace forward windshield serving the lower helm.  The 560 Fly is part of what Galeon calls its fourth generation series which debuted with the 640 Fly in 2018 and to the swing extendable bulkheads adds more glazed surfaces, the Heptagon bow which increases space below moving beam further forward and on deck. The Galeon 560 Fly is standard powered by twin Volvo 725hp with line shafts propulsion and an option for twin 900hp units available.  Top speed is up to 29 knots with the standard power.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 17.82 m (58.6ft)
Hull Length - 16.2 m
Beam - 4.82 m
Draft - 1.05 m (ex propellers), 1.40 meters with propellers
Displacement - 27621 kg unloaded, plus 5.4 tons loaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 1100 l
Water Capacity - 700 l
Max Persons - fourteen
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 725hp, D13 900hp
Propulsion - line shafts
Speed - 29 knots max 23 knots cruise
Range - 223 nm at cruise
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

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

January 17, 2023

Project: Galeon 560 Fly

Galeon present the project for a new 560 Fly flybridge motor yacht, replacing the 2012 launched 550 and bridging the gap the 500 and the highly innovative 640 and 650 models. The long-awaited premiere is expected to directly address the needs of customers who appreciated the technical prowess of the 500 Fly yet desire more space on board and the bespoke luxury of the 640/650 models while still maintaining a manageable crew less size. The exterior is highlighted by the abundance of space on both decks and a plethora of windows that promise a well-lit interior. On the top deck guests will find two U-shaped, opposite facing rest and dining areas which can be combined for a perfect alfresco dining. Up front is a seating area and the upper helm station with the wet bar and grill moved back. The large overhang area comes with uninterrupted space for leisure and activities and can be occupied by two free-standing sun loungers. This flexible approach to space distribution allows for respite during the day and entertaining guests in the evening. The main deck comes fitted with everyone’s favourite Beach Mode that greatly increases the usable cockpit area and helps it to seamlessly to blend with the saloon and even serve refreshments to the port and starboard bars. Bow area is divided between the sundeck and a bench with proper backrest which comes in handy if for forward uninterrupted views. A large hydraulic platform helps with hoisting water toys and allows for easy access to the water and to the twin crew cabin located aft. Inside, the upscale, fully customizable interior is a mixture of modern design trends and handcrafted luxury fittings with a wide variety of woodwork, fabrics and details. The main deck offers a generously appointed aft galley with the entertainment and dining area moved forward. The Galeon 560 Fly is all about maintaining the fragile balance between practicality and internal volume while pushing the boundaries of design and high-end detail finishing. Down below three cabins and two bathrooms await the passengers for a total of six berths. The owner’s quarters are located midship with plenty of space for storage and a private head and shower. The bow VIP area offers a well-sized double bed, proper closet and an overhead skylight for natural illumination. Starboard guest cabin holds twin beds and is kept bright by hull-side windows.  The Galeon 560 Fly is to be powered by standard twin Volvo 725hp with optional going up to 900hp engines.

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

July 20, 2022

Project: Galeon 450 HTC

In the last two decades Galeon has been one of the most forward thinking boat builders, and after presenting the project for the 440 Fly, the Polish builder as it is usual present the HTC for hard-top-coupe variant. Designed as most Galeon's of the last two decades by Tony Castro, the 450 HTC replaces the flybridge with a glass filled sunroof forward of the coach roof, while an extension aft makes sure to cover the extended deck from too much sun or rain.  Below the Galeon 450 HTC will offer the three possible layouts of two or three double cabins, and master stateroom to midships or forward.  The 450 HTC like the 440 features the Galeon tricks; opening side bulwarks aft, and for moving the beam as forward possible with the tri-hexagon shaped bow.  The Galeon 450 HTC is powered by twin Volvo 480hp possibly in both line shafts or IPS pod drives. 

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.

January 30, 2022

Project: Galeon 800 Fly

Galeon present the project for a new 800 Fly flagship model, designed by Tony Castro, it will be the Polish builder second try of proposing a super yacht above 24 meters, following the 820 Skydeck project proposed in 2013 and as to what I know never launched.  Previous to this Galeon largest model was the 780 Crystal launched in 2011.  With the 800 Fly British designer Tony Castro combines a sporty silhouette and impressive performance and a sense of space and luxury, with a subtle design that is noticeable at first glance, expressed in soft lines and rounded structural elements. Moreover, advanced navigation electronics and the latest technologies used on this fourth generation yacht ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers. Structure elements made of carbon fibre allowed to increase the surface of the upper deck, so it can offer a double helmsman’s position, fully equipped bar, a comfortable sunbathing area, four tables that can be adapted to the needs of guests, but also two separate, huge, semi-circular sofas between which is a jacuzzi. On the main deck the interiors bring to mind the best apartments, with a richly equipped galley in an island format. Further forward is a double helmsman’s station with an offset comfortable sofa with coffee table, and next to it is the dinette for eight persons. The living area offers, apart from elegant sofas that tempt you to spend a longer time comfortably on them, also unusually large windows, a pull-out TV, a modern bar and a separate day toilet. The stern lounging area will impress everyone, as it not only offers plenty of seating, but also plenty of headroom. The whole is complemented by tailor-made upholstery, a hand-laid teak deck, comfortable armchairs and a wooden table. To aft is a well sized hydraulic platform that can carry a ton of equipment. Lower deck offers four cabins all with en suite bathrooms. Each of the bathrooms has a separate dry zone, is richly decorated, has access to natural light and impresses with stainless steel refined by hand Galeon made details. Amidships is the master stateroom with a huge double bed located centrally and a walk-in wardrobe next to it. To bow will be the VIP suite with an impressive double bed, from which you do not need to move to admire the stars at night, thanks to the giant glazing overhead. Between the VIP and master cabin there are two guest cabins; each with two separate beds that can be combined into one. The crew will appreciate the comfortable cabin at the stern of the yacht, the entrance to which is discreetly hidden behind guest sofas. Inside there are two beds separated by a sliding door, a private bathroom, wardrobe, kitchenette and a comfortable sofa with a folding table.  The Galeon 800 Fly can be powered by twin Man or MTU engines from 1650hp up to 1920hp.

January 11, 2022

New Model: Galeon 405 HTS

Galeon present the new 405 HTS, a thirteen meter hardtop sport cruiser designed by Tony Castro. Her exterior styling and interior arrangement reveal the Galeon’s classic profile with a modern twist. The yacht’s interior has been designed to be bright and welcoming with functionality and balanced layout. Materials include carefully selected veneers, Corians, high quality fabrics and matte or mirror-gloss finish wood.  Large windows add natural light to the saloon, galley and guest’s cabins. A vast saloon on the main deck with a starboard side bar is sure to become a popular gathering area for family and friends, giving them the feeling of space. The helm benefits from large windows and a single pane windshield that provide 360-degree panoramas. Accommodation space on the lower deck features a full featured galley and two staterooms with separate bathrooms, to ensure guests comfort and privacy. The owner’s suite is located midship and occupies the whole width of the yacht allowing for an incredible amount of volume and storage space.  The Galeon 405 HTS is powered by twin Volvo 230hp up to 380hp with stern drive propulsion.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.46 m (44.2ft)
Hull Length - 11.9 m
Beam - 3.9 m
Draft - 0.79 m ex drives
Displacement - 9640 kg dry, 
Fuel Capacity - 950 l
Water Capacity - 250 l
Max Persons - ten
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins, plus two in a convertible berth
Engines - 2 x Volvo D3 230hp, D6 380hp
Propulsion - Volvo dual propeller stern drive
Speed - 35 knots max 28 knots cruise 
Range - 235 nm at cruise
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

December 21, 2021

New Model: Galeon 410 HTC

Galeon 410 HTC is the latest model from the GdaƄsk shipyard, which entered mass production at the start of 2021. This 410 HTC is a hard top sport cruiser, based on the hull lines of the 400 Fly, and its proven and award-winning solutions like the appreciated opening balconies. This 410 HTC distinguishes itself from the 400 Fly by a more sporty and dynamic silhouette with a panoramic glass and electric sunroof enhances the feeling of freedom and contact with nature. The 410 HTC welcomes guests in the living room through a four section folding doors, with the interior surprising with the design of furniture with visible solid wood inlays, showing the craftsmanship, accuracy and skills of Galeon carpenters. Here we find a lot of thoughtful solutions such as cabinets, lockers and among others, a hidden electric pull-out TV. On the starboard side there is a main place to rest with a dining table, a large U-shaped sofa and a convertible sofa, which can be easily and quickly moved to the cockpit, thus enlarging and integrating the lounge space with the external cockpit. In the living room section on the left, on the platform, there is a galley fully equipped with household appliances. The induction hob is located right next to the window, which makes it easier to ventilate the kitchen space. On the right is the helm station  position with a large comfortable and adjustable sofa. The spacious dashboard allows for comfortable and ergonomic placement of many modern electronic devices based on communication through large LCD displays. A rather uncommon feature in a boat this size is the wide-opening door to starboard side by the helm station, enabling easy access to the side-deck. The solution is for reasons of safety and comfort appreciated by anyone who has ever tried to dock alone. Below the deck, in the sleeping area, accessed by arched stairs, there are two comfortable cabins with adjoining bathrooms. Each bathroom has a separate glass shower. Galeon 410 HTC is one of the few twelve meter sport cruisers with a midships master cabin featuring a large full-sized bed in the middle, a large number of cabinets, lockers, and a sofa or a make-up corner. The whole interior is decorated with a beautifully illuminated stylish head above the bed. Here, too, you can see bent elements of decorative wooden panels and semi-circular finishes. The VIP cabin at the bow has an option of a sliding bed, which makes it possible to create separate berths on the sides. The interior of the Galeon 410 HTC is illuminated by multiple points, thanks to perfectly integrated ceiling ambient and built-in LEDs. A multitude of choices and optionally adjustable dimming allow you to choose the right mood in the interior. In the stern part of the cockpit there is a wide L-shaped sofa with a multi-functional fold-out and adjustable table. There is an electrically adjustable awning above the seating area in the cockpit to provide protection from the sun or rain. In the back of the sofa there is an optional Wet Bar with a grill, sink, ice container and cutting board. The bar is accessible from the  bathing platform, which can be hydraulically lowered on request. In the bow part of the deck there is a sun deck with sunbathing mattresses with the solution of a folding two-seater sofa, standard equipment at the bow tip of the 410 HTC.  The Galeon 410 HTC is powered by twin Volvo 270hp up 440hp engines with stern drives or IPS pods propulsion.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 12.48 m (41ft)
Hull Length - 11 m
Beam - 3.95 m
Draft - 0.90 m excluding drives
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 500 l
Water Capacity - 450 l
Max Persons - twelve
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D4 270hp, D6 440hp
Propulsion - Volvo DPI stern drive or IPS dual propeller pod drives
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

July 22, 2020

Project: Galeon 405 HTS

Galeon present the project for the 405 HTS, a new thirteen meter hardtop sport cruiser.  Designed by Galeon long standing design collaboration with British Tony Castro, the 405 HTS has been created and built to be a perfect day cruiser. Her exterior styling and interior arrangement reveal Galeon’s classic profile with a modern twist. The yacht’s interior has been designed to be bright and welcoming with a functionality and balanced layout. Materials include carefully selected veneers, Corians, high quality fabrics and matte or mirror-gloss finished wood.  Large windows add natural light to the saloon, galley and guest cabins. A vast saloon on the main deck is sure to be a popular gathering area for family and friends, with starboard side bar giving an open feeling. The helm benefit from large windows and a single pane windshield that provide all around panoramas. Accommodation space on the lower deck features a full sized galley and two staterooms with separate bathrooms. The owner’s suite is located midships and occupies the whole width allowing for an incredible amount of volume and storage space.  The extended roof over the cockpit area provides additional protection from the sun. The cockpit space with outdoor kitchen, dining table and sunbed conversions gives extra space for gatherings. The 405 HTS offers the extended bathing platform with an easy access to garage storage for the toys. An interesting feature of the 405 HTS is a tarpaulin roof that swiftly morphs into the wide opening sunroof over the helm station. The Galeon 405 HTS can be powered by twin Volvo 225hp up to 430hp engines choice, with stern drive propulsion.

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

June 11, 2020

Project: Galeon 410 HTC

Galeon present the project for an upcoming 410 HTC based on the hull of the successful 400 FLY with a sport cruiser silhouette matched by a quality interior. Designed by long standing Galeon designer Tony Castro this hardtop sport cruier offers a large glass sunroof over the helm station. The sizable tarpaulin roof, 410 HTC’s new prominent feature, cover the cockpit from the sunlight during the voyage and opens with a touch of a button.  The fore-deck offers a sun lounge response for the abundance of space for leisure and activities. A clever integrated wet bar area on platform ensures many amazing moments with family and friends. The incredible and everyone’s favorite feature, the “beach mode” takes advantage of the added deck space for entertaining and relaxation.  The main deck has a full featured galley with plenty of space for dining, rotating aft sofa and comfortable salon with a large three segment entrance door to the expansive cockpit. Down below both the owner and guest cabins contain double beds and assure total privacy. Two bathrooms are complete with a sink, shower, and toilet. A selection of a variety of interior finishes and additional equipment are featured to customize the Galeon 410 HTC to one's tastes. A 2020 premiere, the 410 HTC brings a breath of fresh air to the hardtop sport cruiser category.  The Galeon 410 HTC will be standard powered with twin Volvo 225hp with stern drive propulsion, and options going up to twin 440hp.

March 19, 2020

New Model: Galeon 680 Fly

Galeon's new 680 Fly joined the latest fourth generation models and introduced some exciting new features to the segment. With a lightweight construction taking advantage of carbon fiber technologies its powerful, yet elegant frame will offer commendable performance and great handling. Outside, the guest will be able to find respite in several leisure areas on the top deck, bow and in the cockpit. Up front, the sundeck feature can be transformed into a seating area with a touch of a button, so it can be used even during light cruising. The vast flybridge is sure to impress and accommodate even a dozen guests, all protected by the carbon bimini top. On board the Galeon 680 Fly, passengers will find incredible volume, a bright and welcoming interior and a highly custom, luxurious finish. A large saloon with a designated entertainment area and two separate stairways leading down below to four guest cabins were designed to ensure comfort and privacy.  The Galeon 680 Fly is standard powered by twin 1000hp Volvo engines, with 1200hp Man available as option.
Technical Data:
LOA - 22.20 m (72.9ft)
Hull Length - 20.9 m
Beam - 5.25 m
Draft - 1.56 m
Displacement - 37250 kg light
Fuel Capacity - 1 x 1600 and 1 x 1750 l (total 3350l)
Water Capacity - 800 l
Accommodation - eight guests in four cabins, one or two crew berths
Engines - 2 x Volvo D13 1000hp, Man 1200hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - CE B

February 6, 2020

Project: Galeon 400 Fly

Galeon 400 Fly is one of the smallest models to offer a stern beach mode and has been designed to offer the highest tier of maneuverability and stability while on the waves. The yacht’s dynamic shape is a clear extension of Galeon’s characteristic design, with large windows merging with the hull form under acute angles.  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 yacht’s dynamic shape is a clear extension of Galeon’s fourth gerneation 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 centre, 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 powered by twin Volvo 225hp, with optional engines going up to 440hp units.

May 6, 2019

New Model: Galeon 425 HTS

The new Galeon 425 HTS follows the express cruiser concept of the 485 where the main deck is a dry area protected from the noise and elements by a glass door and window combo. This also allows to fit in heating and air conditioning, a welcome feature in most climates.  The sleek lines and aggressive profile make it easy to forget the yacht’s true nature where functionality and comfort will always take precedence. Features like wide side decks for easy bow access in all weather conditions, a garage for an inflatable tender or gangway option are sure to impress owners.  Outside, the glass or carbon option power sunroof works well with the large side windows on both sides that lower into the deck while the patio doors can open upwards allowing for better ventilation.  Below deck a saloon, two bedrooms and two bathrooms await the guests. The owner’s suite is located midships and occupies the whole beam allowing for an incredible amount of volume and storage space. Several bespoke interior designs are available with a wide selection of engine choices ensure performance to match.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.46 m (44ft)
Hull Length - 11.9 m
Beam - 3.90 m
Draft - 1.09 m
Displacement - 12425 kg light
Fuel Capacity - 950 l
Water Capacity - 250 l
Max Persons - 10
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D4 225hp, Volvo D6 430hp
Propulsion - stern drive, or IPS pod drives
Certification - CE B

April 16, 2019

New Model: Galeon 650 Skydeck

Galeon continue to present new models, and here it shows the 650 Skydeck, a sport yacht based on the lines of the 640 Fly, but replacing the full flybridge deck with a sport bridge, and the addition of a glass sunroof serving the main deck. The Galeon 650 Skydeck is based around the same features of innovation and space distribution, volume and functionality.  The Galeon 650 Skydeck welcomes you outside with an aft cockpit dining area holding up to eight people who can enjoy an entertainment system with a flat screen TV sliding up from the aft galley top, all while protected from the elements by the electric aft sunshade. Further back is the hydraulic bathing platform capable of handling all water paraphernalia and a convenient access to the two berth crew cabin. The top deck offers three sport seats and a sun pad for leisure while the bow deck area can be approached by the revolutionary, electric front window central main deck entrance revealing two separate movable sofas with integrated folding tables for sundeck purpose.  Down below the Galeon 650 Skydeck offers a three large suited cabins layout, with a cabin for two below.  Power for the Galeon 650 Skydeck is from twin Volvo 900hp up to 1200hp engine options.
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.80 m (68.3ft)
Hull Length - 18.4 m
Beam - 5 m
Draft - 0.96 m exl props
Displacement - 31000 kg unloaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 1300 l
Water Capacity - 800 l
Max Persons - 14
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew cabin berths 
Engines - 2 x Volvo D13 900hp, Man 1200hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Certification - CE B

November 8, 2018

New Model: Galeon 470 Skydeck

Galeon new 470 Skydeck joins the lineup bringing even more innovation to the Third Generation range. Based on the successful 460 Fly it shares the same hull design and main deck layout allowing for great space for passengers and activities.  Where the Galeon 470 Skydeck truly shines is in the design department. With its sleek lines, one can easily mistake it for a hardtop model, and yet it offers a top deck neatly hidden away with a soft roof.  Up top in the 470 Skydeck one finds a complete helm station with space for leisure on the sport flybridge.  For the rest the Galeon 470 Skydeck is identical to the 460 Fly offering three spacious cabins below, full living on the main deck with astern galley, and opening side bulk heads which increase aft deck space by 1.3 meters when opened.  The Galeon 470 Skydeck is powered by standard Volvo 435hp with optional 550hp and 600hp engines available. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 14.35 m (47.5ft)
Hull Length - 12.9 m
Beam - 4.37 m
Draft - 0.90 m exl props
Displacement - 16500kg unloaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 750 l
Water Capacity - 650 l
Max Persons - 12
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 435hp, D8 550hp, D8 600hp
Propulsion - line shaft, or Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS pod drives
Certification - CE B

August 29, 2018

New Model: Galeon 640 Fly

Galeon's new 640 Fly builds on the success of the 500 series and brings the innovations on a flybridge motor yacht with a size of twenty meters.  The 640 Fly adds a new innovation though to the opening side bulwarks, and adds a direct access door located in between the forward windscreen which from the forward part of the interior main deck takes you to the exterior fore-deck.  Below Galeon optimizes further space use with full beam use moving further forward and this allowing for a standard layout of three full beam cabins.  The most spacious owners staterooms in this layout is located forward and has a private entrance.  A four cabin version is also in the works.  A crew or surprise guests cabin is located aft, this offering two twin berths with a private shower head.  The Galeon 640 Fly is powered by various engine choices from Volvo 900hp standard or optional 1000hp, and Man 1000hp and 1200hp.    
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.80 m (68.2ft)
Hull Length - 18.4 m
Beam - 5 m
Draft - 0.95 m exl props
Displacement - 31000 kg unloaded
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 1300 l
Water Capacity - 800 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, or eight berths in four cabins, two crew berths one cabin
Engines - 2 x Volvo D13 900hp, D13 1000hp, Man V8 1000hp, V8 1200hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 27 knots max 23 knots cruise with Volvo 900hp
Certification - CE B