The Galeon 420 Fly is a 43-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that was launched by Polish boat-building company Galeon in 2012. A streamlined profile, endless adaptability, hand-finished interiors and a range of powerful engine choices have combined to make this one of the most popular flybridge models around, while heaps of outdoor space across two decks make it a superb warm-weather cruiser. Crafted in collaboration with legendary naval architect Tony Castro, the 420 Fly was nominated as “European Powerboat of the Year” in its class shortly after its debut. SI Yachts is happy to assist you in searching through all of the Galeon Yachts for sale currently on the brokerage market.
|Fuel Capacity||291 gallons|
Up on the flybridge you will discover a large L-shaped sofa tracing the rear and starboard side of the bridge, where up to five guests can enjoy cocktails around an authentic timber-lined coffee table. Also up here is a dual-console wet-bar with chilled drinks storage, a sink and a Kenyon grill, while at the front there is forward-facing bench-style seating for up to four and the upper helm controls. One level down and you will find a pair of curved sunpads with headrests out on the foredeck, a sheltered aft-cockpit with a transom sofa to the stern and side steps down to a teak-lined hydraulic swimming platform at the rear that is capable of hosting modern water-tenders and jet-skis.
A set of tempered glass sliding doors can be completely hidden to open up the main-deck salon to the aft-cockpit, while wrap-around double-height side windows illuminate this space with plenty of natural light. Interiors come in a dizzying array of internal finishes, with high-gloss wengewood, dark mahogany, satin-finished walnut, matte oak or whitened oak contrasting against plush leather or Alcantara suede furnishings and fixtures in stainless steel. A pair of sofas to the rear surround a maple-lined Hi-Lo breakfast table, while a main-deck galley comes with Corian work surfaces, a two-zone hob, a Samsung combination oven and Waeco under-counter fridge-freezer units. Buyers can also choose to situate the galley on the lower deck to provide more seating in the salon, though this comes at the price of losing a lower-deck cabin. Ahead of this there is a cocoon-style seating area and a classically-styled helm station boasting Raymarine electronics with an autopilot, an optional Volvo Vessel engine display, bow thruster and trim-tab controls, an Aquamatic joystick, VHF radio and Seastar hydraulic steering.
Lower-deck rooms benefit from knife-insert glazing and recessed lighting for an effortlessly airy feel, and up to six overnight guests can enjoy resting in the three cabins. A pair of twins located amidship are joined by a master stateroom to the bow with a skylight, a queen-sized bed, hidden storage, side lockers and a lavish en-suite with a waterfall shower. A dayhead on this level is shared by the twin cabins and features marbled accents and an electric Jabsco toilet.
You can choose between shaft, sterndrives or IPS pod-drives to propel this yacht forwards, while a pair of 435MHP Volvo Penta D6 engines or twin 425MHP Cummins Marine QSB diesels offer full-throttle speeds of up to 30 knots and cruising speeds in the mid-20 knot range. Should you choose to take things easy and glide across the water at the more leisurely pace of 7 knots you can expect a range of over 1,000 nautical miles, thanks to a fuel tank holding 291 US gallons of diesel.