The newly launched Polish Galeon 780 Crystal is more than just a flagship model – it is a showcase of the company’s potential in terms of engineering, design and technology. The stunning exterior, a work of Galeon designers, offers an abundance of space on all three decks.
A clever seating arrangement on the flybridge allowed to fit in an optional Jacuzzi, comfortable sunbeds, second steering station, wet bar and still leave enough room for a RIB or a jetski at the back.
The cockpit offers easy access to the bar on the main deck as well as the bow leisure area, which is protected by an automatic bimini system.
The exciting line of the Crystal in no way compromises the amount of natural light available in any of the cabins. The main deck is actually bathed in sunshine thanks to the broad side windows, large sliding doors and an automatic glass panel roof, which comes standard on every boat.
The salon is divided into two main areas, one for leisure with comfortable sofas, bar and entertainment systems and one for dining with a very specious galley and a dinette for six.
The helm station provides excellent visibility and functionality, with all the important controls being within reach, while an extra sofa with a slide-down window will be appreciated by all the captain’s guests. Below all four cabin have private en suite bathrooms for extra comfort and privacy.
The owners cabin holds, apart from the usual double bed, a four part special sofa with a massage function and a walk-in wardrobe with a built-in safe for valuables.
The specious forward VIP cabin holds a variety of closets and storage spaces but all attention is drawn to the huge overhead skylight and a LED panel imitating the night sky.
Both guest cabins are located at the sides of the yacht and offer twin berths for a total of eight on the lower deck. All cabins and bathrooms also provide sufficient headroom and natural light thanks to many windows and portholes.
Superb performance due to flawless design and cutting edge technology sets the Crystal apart. The hull is designed with comfort in mind, but no compromises to performance or safety were made – the powerful MAN engines will effortlessly propel the yacht to its top speed in any conditions.
The captain will surely make use of the Böning integrated monitoring system that helps keep track of all the important information and notifications while the crew will appreciate their quarters with two beds, galley and a separate bathroom. The powerful, hydraulic stern platform comes standard and will handle any water paraphernalia.
Length of the hull (m): 22.86 m
Length overall (m): 24.50 m
Beam of the hull (m):
Beam overall (m) : 5.80 m
Draft max. (canoe body) (m): 1.30 m
Crew limit: 18
Fuel tank capacity : 2 x 275 L
Water tank capacity : 700 + 1100 L
Mass of Light Craft Condition (kg): 60 000
Engine (-s) power (kW/HP): (2) MAN V12 1800 HP
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