Marine Max debuting Galeon yacht at New Jersey marina

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The Galeon 660 Fly is powered by twin MAN V8 marine diesels producing 1,200 hp each and can reach speeds in excess of 30 knots.

The Galeon 660 Fly is powered by twin MAN V8 marine diesels and can reach speeds in excess of 30 knots.

MarineMax will introduce the Galeon 660 Fly to North America at the Farley State Marina in Atlantic City, N.J., on July 22 and 23.

MarineMax said it will be the first opportunity to see the largest Galeon yacht in North America. Tony Castro is the designer.

“We are extremely excited about the Galeon 660 Fly North American debut,” MarineMax Galeon brand manager Bob Burke said in a statement. “The gracefully sinuous exterior belies the massive volume and impeccable craftsmanship of the bright and airy interior. When you step aboard the Galeon 660 Fly, you enter a world of unprecedented luxury and innovation.”

Powered by twin MAN V8 marine diesels producing 1,200 hp each, the Galeon 660 Fly can reach speeds in excess of 30 knots.

“We are offering private showings of this magnificent yacht by appointment during the debut,” Burke said. “The Galeon 660 Fly is old-world craftsmanship mated with today’s latest technologies and Galeon’s flare for innovative features.”

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