Under New Management in Asia, Galeon Will Debut New Galeon 560 Fly Yacht

Galeon is planning to debut the new Galeon 560 Fly, which will sit between the legendary 500 Fly – the variant that pioneered the brand’s drop-down sides iconic waterside bar – and the Galeon 640 and 650 models. The forthcoming model has an overall length of 57ft 7in, 53ft 5in the hull, and 15ft 10in the beam. It’s powered by two 900hp Volvo Penta D13 engines. The model likewise replaces the departing Galeon 550 Fly.

A drop-down bulwark on either side and an outdoor bar with chairs are included on the main deck, which is known as Galeon’s Beach Mode. Outdoor eating is available in the back cockpit. Access to the water for visitors and water toys is made simple by the sizable hydraulic platform. A place for sunbathing and a couch with a backrest are both on the foredeck. A forward saloon with a C-shaped sofa and a convertible table facing a sofa and helm station to starboard features a full-beam aft galley and customizable decor. A twin crew cabin is located aft of the lower deck’s three guest accommodations, which also have two bathrooms. Midships, with an en-suite to port, is the full-beam master stateroom. On the flybridge, there is a dining space with two facing C-shaped couches underneath a hard top, a starboard helm, and a seating area up front. A wet bar and grill are located aft, and there is also a clear deck that may accommodate sunbeds. The VIP suite with skylight in the bow and the guest cabin to starboard share a front bathroom to port

The management of Galeon Asia will be under the direction of Asiamarine in Hong Kong. Since 2016, the local dealer has promoted the motor yacht manufacturer in several significant Asian markets, selling more than 60 Galeon yachts to date. Asiamarine will now manage coverage in a further nine Asian regions in addition to continuing to represent Galeon in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand. The brand-new organization, called Galeon Asia, would serve as a regional hub with the authority to choose and aid dealers in untapped or failing areas.