Joining the lineup is the 66 Fly, largely based on the successful Galeon 64 Fly but with enough updates and changes to warrant giving it a new model name. The edgy exterior design fits in nicely with the rest of the Galeon range, as windows and skylights occupy every available area for a bright and welcoming interior. Outside, guest will find respite at the sheltered cockpit area or the top deck, complete with the redesigned hardtop bimini system with a foldable canvas.
Sun enthusiasts will surely make use of the bow sundeck area, which is easily accessible through the side helm doors and wide walkways. Meanwhile at the stern, a large hydraulic bath platform capable of handling up to 700 kg of water paraphernalia can be put to good use at one’s convenience.