Galeon Developing 560 Fly With Beach Mode
The innovative builder is building the 560 Fly, which fits between the popular 500 and 640 models with drop-down sides.
Galeon is preparing to launch the 560 Fly, which sits between the iconic 500 Fly — the model that popularised the brand’s drop-down sides and waterside bar — and the Galeon 640 (click for Review) and 650 models. Featuring an overall length of 57ft 7in, the upcoming model has a 53ft 5in hull with a 15ft 10in beam, and is fitted with two 900hp Volvo Penta D13 engines.
The flybridge features a dining area with two facing C-shaped sofas under the hard top, a starboard helm and a seating area forward, while aft are the wet bar and grill plus a clear deck that can feature sunbeds.
The main deck features the iconic features from Galeon’s Beach Mode, which includes drop-down bulwarks on both sides and an outdoor bar with stools, while the aft cockpit offers alfresco dining. The large hydraulic platform allows easy access to the water for guests and water toys, while the foredeck includes a sunbathing area and a sofa with a backrest.
Inside, a customisable interior includes a full-beam aft galley and a forward saloon with a C-shaped sofa and a convertible table to port, facing a sofa and helm station to starboard.
The lower deck has three guest cabins and two bathrooms, as well as a twin crew cabin aft. The full-beam master suite is midships and has an en-suite to port, while the guest cabin to starboard and VIP cabin with skylight in the bow share a forward bathroom to port.
Galeon is represented in key Asia markets including Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand by Asiamarine, which also manages Galeon Asia.
This article first appeared on Yacht Style.
For more yacht reads, click here.