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Smart Yachts S.A.R.L.
+33 7 89 31 82 62
The newest GALEON 800 FLY (HULL #3) is currently under construction. The yacht is not available for the USA.
The 25.35-meter Galeon 800 FLY features subtle design by Tony Castro, expressed in soft lines and rounded structural elements; advanced navigation electronics and the latest technologies are used to ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers.
On the main deck, you can enjoy a well equipped galley with a refined kitchen island. Next to the double helmsman’s station you can find a comfortable sofa with a coffee table and a majestic table for 8 people.
The tastefully decorated living room offers elegant sofas, unusually large windows, a pull-out TV, a modern bar and a separate day head.
Amidships is a full beam master cabin with a huge double bed and a walk-in wardrobe. In the bow there is a VIP cabin with an impressive double bed and giant glazing overhead. Between the VIP and master cabin there are two guest cabins – each with two single beds that can be converted into doubles. The crew will appreciate the comfortable cabin at the stern of the yacht, the entrance to which is discreetly hidden behind guest sofas.
The flybridge will be the most popular social area as it features plenty of seats, sunbathing areas and a bar.
Galeon 800 FLY is powered by 2 x MTU 12V2000M96L (1920 HP).
GYRO STABILIZER (1XSEAKEEPER 18 + SEAKEEPER 6)
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM (172800 BTU - CHILLED WATER)
OPTIONAL SECOND GENERATOR ONAN 2 X 19 kW INSTEAD OF 1 X 27 kW
STANDARD WALNUT - MATT PAINT
WOODEN FLOOR IN SALOON
HYDRAULIC PASARELLE (BOX SYSTEM EXTENDED VERSION)
AFT MOORING WINCHES
RAYMARINE CHARTPLOTTER/FF 3X AXIOM XL 16 (2xMAIN STATION AND 1xFLY) WITH CP370 TRANSDUCER B744V AND MAGNUM OPEN ARRAY 4KW 48"
ADDITIONAL RAYMARINE CHARTPLOTTER 1X AXIOM 16 XL (Each)
RAYMARINE VHF RAY91 AIS (RECEIVER) AND VHF ANTENNA WITH REPEATER ON FLY
RAYMARINE AUTOPILOT EVOLUTION DBW WITH 2xP70RS CONTROL HEAD, EV2 SENSOR CORE, EV2 CABLING KIT
ELECTRIC SLIDING UP TV 50'' IN SALOON AND SOUNDBAR
PRE DELIVERY INSPECTION WITH SEA TRIALS