Joining the lineup is the 660 Fly, largely based on the successful Galeon 640 Fly but with enough updates and changes to warrant giving it a new model name. The edgy exterior design fits in nicely with the rest of the Galeon range, as windows and skylights occupy every available area for a bright and welcoming interior. Outside, guest will find respite at the sheltered cockpit area or the top deck, complete with the redesigned hardtop bimini system with a foldable canvas.
The bright and spacious interior welcomes the passengers with high quality materials and impeccable finish. The main deck features separate leisure and dining areas as well as a high-tech helm station with emphasis put on functionality. Down below four cabins and three bathrooms are made available for the guests to enjoy. The owner’s quarters are fitted with en suite facilities and a walk-in wardrobe, ensuring optimum privacy and comfort.
Sun enthusiasts will surely make use of the bow sundeck area, which is easily accessible through the side helm doors and wide walkways. Meanwhile at the stern, a large hydraulic bath platform capable of handling up to 700 kg of water paraphernalia can be put to good use at one’s convenience.
Exciting exteriors paired with meticulously finished, luxurious interiors have been a staple of third generation Galeon yachts for some time now and this certainly holds true for the new 660 Fly. With powerful engines providing the performance and an array of top-of-the-line electronic and navigational equipment this yacht is the total package.
|Technical specification and layouts|
|Length overall||[m] 21,95|
|Length of the hull||[m] 19,85|
|Beam overall||[m] 5,25|
|Beam of the hull||[m] 5,22|
|Draft max. (canoe body)||[m] 1,16|
|Fuel tank capacity||[liter] 2 x 1750|
|Water tank capacity||[liter] 550 + 450|
|Displacement light ship||[kg] 34460|
|Min. engine (-s) power||[kW/HP] 2x810/ 1085|
|Max. engine (-s) power||[kW/HP] 2x1000/1360|
|Maximum load||[kg] 6490|