Galeon Yachts announced it will unveil its newest model, the 640 FLY, at the Miami Yacht Show.
According to Galeon, the 640 FLY offers an innovative approach to layout and space distribution. The transformer model will follow a new design path to allow for bigger volume and better space distribution, all while maintaining the great exterior appearance the builder is known for.
Outside, the aft cockpit dining area holds eight people who can enjoy an entertainment system with a 40 inch TV sliding up from the kitchen top, all while protected from the elements by the electric aft sunshade.
Further back, there is a hydraulic bath platform capable of handling all water paraphernalia and a convenient access to a large skipper cabin.
The 640 FLY builds on the success of the 500 series to bring even more innovations to the flybridge luxury yacht segment, Galeon said.
The top deck is enlarged to offer a generous dining space, a full-sized bar and plenty of lounge space surrounding the steering console. The bow deck area can be approached by the revolutionary, electric front window entrance revealing two separate movable sofas with integrated foldable tables for sundeck purpose.
The cockpit area can be equipped with a rotating sofa option with a 3.2 m tender garage below. Inside find extensive lounge and dinner areas with openable side windows next to the bar and steering station. Thanks to the innovatory, two-way stair system, a three full-beam cabin layout was made possible for extra privacy and comfort. A four cabin layout is sure to please enlarged families and charter enthusiasts.
Step aboard the all-new 640 FLY on Thursday, February 15, at 2pm on ramp 40 on Collins Avenue. The Miami Yacht Show will take place February 15-19, 2018.