This Galeon is easily accessed by the portside of the swim platform, allowing you to get on the boat from the stern or by an access through the guard rails on both port and starboard. The cockpit area is generous and relaxed, with a drop-down backrest and gentle steps leading up to the flybridge with a Bimini top, a helm seat on the starboard side, and a four-seater bench. The bow features two sunpads with a recessed seat that can be lifted up – a perfect perch for a relaxed cruise.
A separate door opens into the aft cabin from the swim platform, a rare feature for a boat of this size. The salon is bright and spacious, featuring U-shaped seating around a dining table capable of serving at least 6 guests. This dining area sits opposite a discreet kitchen galley, perfect for entertaining. The double doors open conventionally out onto the deck, providing a perfect frame for looking out at sea at the end of the salon seating, which can be flipped to face the aft. This space also incorporates the lower starboard helmstation, which is perfectly positioned for cruising with wraparound windows for excellent visibility.
Small but perfectly formed, the 360 Fly is capable of accommodating up to 6 guests overnight in its standing-height 3-cabin configuration. Galeon also offers a 2-cabin layout for this model, which loses a guest cabin but features an ensuite master bathroom in addition to the common day head. Down the stairs from the salon to the aft cabin area on the 3-cabin model of this yacht, you’ll see a large and immersive main cabin with windows that span both sides of the room, and multiple skylights above set the perfect seen for midnight stargazing.
For guests, there is a beautifully-appointed double cabin with a small settee that adds to the room’s liveability. Nearby is an annex berth, a snug space perfect for storage or even an impromptu pillow fort for the kids. A smaller guest cabin with bunkbeds feels open thanks to two windows and soft recessed lighting. In the 3-cabin layout, all aboard share a spacious bathroom with a head and shower.
Power comes from two 200 or 300hp diesel engines, and depending on the model can reach top speeds of over 30 knots and cruising at 22 knots. Built with stern drives, this yacht is powered by propellers rather than rudders, making the handling of this vessel ultra-smooth.