Alexander Marine as exclusive importers of Galeon Yachts, are pleased to present the Galeon 680 Fly to the Australian and New Zealand market. Upon release, this new model was awarded for exterior design excellence at the prestigious 18th World Yachts Trophies Awards in Cannes.
The 680 FLY changes the way yachts in all classes are measured. Featuring lightweight construction taking advantage of carbon technologies, this model is a combination of power, stunning performance, and breathtaking design elements. Onboard the 680, passengers will enjoy the incredible interior and exterior volume, a bright and welcoming interior, and luxurious finishes.
Her signature oversized glazing, in her hull sides and especially the salon, beautifully merge interior and exterior spaces.
The foredeck can be transformed into an expansive seating area with a touch of a button for sunbathing or sunset cruising. The vast flybridge is impressive with an abundance of seating, functional wet bar, all under the weather protection of a carbon hardtop.
Her four cabin guest accommodation layout (plus aft crew quarters), combined with 30 plus knot performance, and amazing innovation, set new benchmarks for the already multi award-winning Galeon shipyard.
We encourage you to start the process of building your dream Galeon Yacht by discussing your requirements with one of our knowledgeable yacht consultants today.
Please note: Alexander Marine is the official Galeon Yachts dealer for Australia and New Zealand. As such, we benefit from superior product knowledge and the ongoing resources of the Galeon factory and production staff. Buy your next Galeon vessel with utmost confidence via our office.
Disclaimer: Images displayed in this listing are sistership photos for illustrative purposes and may contain equipment & components not included in a new build yacht. All specifications in this presentation are provided for information only, and consistent with our continual improvement policy may evolve with each yacht built. Buyers should satisfy themselves with respect to the as-built specification of each yacht relevant to their needs.