Yacht Galeon 700 Skydeck debuted in 2013 at the international exhibition in Geneva. This model was created on the basis of the Galeon 700 Raptor, but instead of a glass hardtop, a spacious flybridge is installed on the 700 Skydeck. The ship was designed by the shipyard’s design bureau, together with renowned designer Tony Castro. The designer managed to preserve the appearance features traditional for this shipyard, successfully supplementing them with a sports style and new unusual elements. As a result, the yacht won the Design and Innovation category at the World Yachts Trophies 2014. Like previous shipyard models, the yacht received wide glazing throughout the cabin, large portholes in cabins and glass doors in the stern of the ship.
To relax with the company there is a spacious flybridge with sunbeds, a bar, and a sports-style control post. For sunbathing, there are sun loungers in the bow and on the terrace. Directly from the terrace you can go to the transom, which opens a safe place for swimming. In the salon there is a control post, a spacious kitchen and a dining area for 8 people. On the lower deck there are three cabins with a separate bathroom in each of them. In the stern of the vessel is the crew cabin with bunk beds.
Five engine options are available to the customer, all of them are from the MAN manufacturer and have a total power of 2,200 hp to 3,100 hp. The maximum speed is 38 knots, and the fuel tank is designed for 3500 liters of fuel.
The Galeon 700 Skydeck is B.Sea Craft certified and can be used to access the open sea.
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