Polish boat builder Galeon, has announced their newest project dubbed the 300 Fly will join the third generation lineup in the late spring of 2014. The compact sized flybridge was designed from scratch to offer great handling and stability in all-weather conditions. The hull and deck are made using the infusion technology which helps in minimizing the weight, enhancing the craft’s performance and fuel consumption. The WSB team took a sneak preview into the planned spring arrival.
The dynamic exterior clearly follows the design trend outlined by the third generation of Galeon Yachts range with its broad windows and edgy features. The top deck is easily accessed by the built –in, wide steps and features a steering station with a convertible bench that extends the large sundeck area even further. The passengers will surly make use of conveniently planned cockpit which will be available with both a fixed bench and a fold-out seating, perfect for sunbathing.
The main deck is occupied by a sizable dinette and opposite facing galley with the helm station moved forward. The interior finish will be available in two distinct designs – oak and walnut, with plenty of customization options at the clients disposal. Down below two double cabins with standing height along with a bathroom complete with head and shower await the guests. Both single and twin petrol or diesel engine installations will be available.
Length of the Hull 9,00m
Beam of the Hull 2,94m
Max engine(s) Power 1 X 370 HP/2 x 225 HP
Down-sizing of sports cruisers both hard top and Fly are becoming a common addition to many of the leading manufacturers ranges, this gives customers greater access to both brand and quality for lesser money, a similar trait adopted by many of the leading prestigious car manufacturers over the past 10-15 years, who applied the down-sizing of their ranges to allow customers access to their brands, and it certainly helped boost image and sales for those manufacturers. Watch this space as they say!
Galeon owner views at the ILBC