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Brief Summary

The Galeon 660 Fly includes a hydraulically-actuated "teak beach" swim platform extending 5'6" (1.67 m) off the transom as standard equipment -- a useful spot for the ship's tender as well as for enjoying the water. She is distinguished by outstanding joinery including solid wood doors and cabinetry rather than veneers over plywood. Rubber seals around passage doors prevent rattling and A/C loss. The VIP stateroom at the bow includes skylights, while all accommodations below deck are well-lighted by large hullside windows.