Galeon to unveil five new yachts at FLIBS

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Galeon will present the 430 HTC and four other new models at FLIBS.

Galeon will present the 430 HTC and four other new models at FLIBS.

Galeon Yachts is introducing five models to North American boating enthusiasts next week at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The debuts are the 460 Fly, the 510 Sky, the 405 HTS, the 430 HTC and the 485 HTS. The boats will feature design elements such as expandable balconies and disappearing hatches.

“Innovation and Old World European artisanship are blended with perfection as the Galeon line of yachts has evolved,” Bob Burke, Galeon brand manager, said in a statement.

Galeon said it works closely with architects and engineers to combine form and function by pushing the boundaries of design. The company was formed in 1982 and has more than 800 employees working in nearly 60,000 square feet of production facilities.

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