The Galeon 560 Flybridge is a 58-foot luxury motor-yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the award-winning Polish yacht-building firm Galeon in 2023. Designed by naval stylist Tony Castro, this yacht features signature Galeon features like a faceted superstructure, reams of tinted glazing and plenty of aerodynamic curves for a modern and sporty feel. A broad 22-foot beam ensures an abundance of room to unwind, with interiors getting a cool and contemporary treatment with an understated vibe and plenty of lavish comfort. Built on a rugged fiberglass hull with a wave-slicing bow entry and a CE class B rating for ambitious cruising, this vessel also boasts a set powerful engines for adrenalin-pumping acceleration.
|Fuel Capacity||475 gallons|
Covered by a sculptural hard-top, the expansive flybridge boasts a set of sun-loungers to aft and across its center a twin-set of wet-bar stations with an outdoor grill, refrigeration, a sink, an ice-chipper and glass-cabinets. Further forward there are a pair of L-shaped sofas each matched with a bespoke, fold-out table and an upper helm station with immense visibility that has been paired with a companion sofa.
A sun-kissed foredeck one level down impresses with a marina-facing sofa in plush marine-grade upholstery, as well as a wide sunpad with pop-up headrests where a trio of guests can soak up the rays for hours on end. In the teak-lined aft-cockpit there is a comfortable transom sofa facing an outdoor dining table, while side-steps lead down to a full-beam bathing platform that is sturdy enough to lower and lift jet-tenders into and out of the water, as well as access to the crew quarters.
The main-deck salon impresses with a truly elemental, atmospheric vibe thanks to not only sliding glass doors to aft but facing the side-decks as well. These side-decks also flip-down to create 7-foot-long cocktail terraces or side-entry swim platforms, radically expanding the livable space on this swish main-deck. On one side of the salon, therefore, you can sip drinks at a breakfast table with the water beneath you, while on the other side you can prop yourself up at a marble-lined flip-down bar, connected to the galley, with stools on the side-deck itself. There’s elegant materials and a contemporary design in silver oak with restrained grey upholstery and steel fixtures throughout in here, with a fully-equipped, walk-in galley welcoming you to aft. Further forward there’s a U-shaped dining sofa and a love-seat, while at the front of this level there’s a twin sofa facing the starboard side helm station. Expect to find a Seakeeper 9 stabilizer switch, thruster controls, joystick handling, a high-speed mounted compass, hydraulic steering and touch-screen displays at the dashboard, as well as a floor-to-ceiling glazed skipper’s door.
There’s room for six overnight guests on the capacious lower-deck, where 3 cabins and two head compartments await. A twin room to starboard features a full-height closet, while a VIP double by the bow impresses with two lockers and direct access to a bathroom with a shower stall. The full-beam owner’s stateroom is located amidship and include a work-desk, a side sofa, a queen-sized island bed, plenty of storage, widescreen hull windows and a lavish en-suite bathroom with a marble-lined shower cubicle.
The Galeon 560 Flybridge is fitted with twin 725HP Volvo Penta D11 V-drives as standard, though you can also upgrade to a pair of 900HP Volvo Penta D13 diesels for a bit of extra bite. Expect top speeds to hit 32 knots in ideal conditions, while at approximately 23 knots you will be able to ride this impressive watercraft for up to 223 nautical miles with plenty left in the 581-gallon fuel tank.