Working with naval architect Tony Castro, Polish shipyard Galeon launched its flagship model earlier this year and is the first of five hulls currently under construction or on order.
A GRP hull and superstructure offer a sporty silhouette with a profile defined by large panels of glazing and an oversized swim platform. The Galeon 800 Fly is the largest flybridge offering from the shipyard and surpasses the 780 Crystal as its largest build to date.
Accommodation is for up to eight guests with four cabins confined to the lower deck, the largest of which is an amidships master suite complete with a walk-in wardrobe. In the bow is a VIP cabin with a skylight above the double bed, and between the VIP and master cabin are two guest cabins – each with two separate beds that can be combined into one.
The main deck is the heart of social activity on board and contains a galley with a backlit kitchen island, a full-service bar, a sofa and a formal dining table that seats up to eight guests.
Moving aft, a stern lounge area is finished with tailor-made upholstery, a hand-laid teak deck, comfortable armchairs and a wooden table, and a large hydraulic swim platform. Crew cabins are located towards the stern of the yacht, with the entrance discreetly hidden behind guest sofas.
On the flybridge, a fully equipped bar and sunbathing area serve guests with two semicircular sofas circling a Jacuzzi.
Advanced navigation electronics and the latest technologies are employed on this fourth-generation yacht to ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers. The Galeon 800 Fly is powered by a pair of 1,650hp MTU engines.