Hong Kong’s first Galeon 640
The second Galeon 640 in Asia has arrived in Hong Kong, where the builder’s largest ‘transformer’ yacht has shown off its drop-down wings and 7.4m beam.
Asiamarine has delivered the first Galeon 640 Fly to Hong Kong, where the owner has revealed his delight with the fully specced unit to the regional dealer.
Eric Noyel, founder and CEO of Asiamarine, said: “We are honoured to receive the most rewarding comments from our client about the new Galeon 640, which is the first in Hong Kong. This is such an obvious choice currently, being able to offer the space of a 100-footer on a 68ft yacht. Congratulations to the happy owner and much fun on the water.”
The first Galeon 640 in Asia is in Vietnam. The yacht builds on the iconic 500 Fly and is the brand’s largest model to feature the brand’s signature drop-down wings, which extends the beam on the 640 from 5m to 7.4m and allows for a waterside bar to port. The 640 Fly also features an innovative forward door that allows direct access from the saloon to the foredeck.
Asiamarine is expecting further Galeon models into Asia this year including a 325 GTO – a model only launched this year – and 400 Fly in the summer, and another 500 Fly in November.
US dealer MarineMax is showcasing the new Galeon 325 GTO across Florida, with the Tony Castro-designed outboard model building on the shipyard’s reputation for innovation.