Designing a 30ft motor yacht with two separate cabins down below, standing headroom in the main cabin and a very usable flybridge is no mean feat, but the Polish yard, Galeon has succeeded in every area with the new Galeon 300 Fly, says boats.com reviewer Alex Smith in this video from the Cannes Boat Show.
"The fact of the matter is, you don't need stanchions the width of an elephant's leg to hold up a small flybridge!"
Further plaudits go to the design of the two sleeping cabins down below. The forward master double has portholes all the way along both sides and offers standing headroom. The second cabin is surprisingly large as well and also offers standing headroom at the entrance. "You have to keep reminding yourself that you're only on a 30-footer," says Alex. Nominated for the upcoming Powerboat of the Year contest, this is another quality boat from Galeon, that follows last year's Galeon 430 Skydeck - see full review. www.galeon.pl