The 28.6 metre sailing yacht Galma has been listed for sale by Burgess.
Designed by German Frers, she was built in carbon composite by Italian yard Wally Yachts to RINA class and delivered in 2003 as a fast cruising sloop and refitted regularly since. Her design brief was to combine regatta-winning performance when fully crewed, offering her owner a superb experience at the wheel, with the shorthanded cruising credentials required to be both comfortable and easily handled when exploring coasts or crossing oceans.
Accommodation aboard this yacht for sale is for up to eight guests in three cabins comprising a full beam master suite and two doubles, both with Pullman berths, and all cabins have full en suite facilities.
She has a variety of open-air spaces. The large foredeck offers a range of potential relaxation and entertainment options at anchor. Wide side decks lead aft to the spacious cockpit lounge, shaded by a removable awning, with seating for all guests and a table for cocktails or dining. Aft of those are two further deck terraces suitable for sun lounging and a section of transom folds down to create a swim platform.
Forward from the cockpit lounge, a companionway leads down into a light, contemporarily styled interior. To port is a dining table and there is a large settee and coffee table to starboard, aft of which is a navigation station. Under power, her top speed is 12 knots and her power comes from a 250hp Cummins 250-B diesel engine.
On display at the forthcoming Palma Superyacht Show, Galma is asking €3,700,000 with VAT paid.