The Galeon 550 Fly gliding yacht was presented at the Cannes Boat Show in 2013. The ship was created by a world-class British designer, Tony Castro. The yacht received a large flybridge, continuous panoramic glazing of the entire cabin and glass doors in the stern of the vessel, which serve as an exit to the terrace. The interior is trimmed with walnut and is available in five different colors.
The spacious flybridge has a full-fledged control post, a bar counter, a dining area for 8 people and sun loungers. For relaxation with the company, a shaded terrace and deck chairs in the bow of the vessel are also suitable, and for swimming there is a folding transom with a hydraulic drive, providing convenient access to water. On the main deck there is a relaxation area, a control post and a spacious kitchen with stove, large fridge and oven. On the lower deck there are two double guest cabins and the owner’s cabin, with a separate bathroom and wardrobe. In the stern of the vessel is a double crew cabin. A configuration with another crew cabin or tender garage is also available to the customer.
The yacht has two Cummins QSM diesel engines with a total capacity of 1,400 hp, and a fuel tank designed for 2,200 liters of fuel.
The Galeon 550 Fly model has a low center of gravity, which is why it is stable on water and can be used to access the open sea, this is confirmed by its classification - B. Sea Craft.
Be the first to write a review