The 440 Fly offers an interesting accommodation package, with its 7 berth lower deck unique for a 13 metre flybridge motor cruiser. Upon entering inside via the stainless steel patio door one is welcomed on the main deck saloon with a c-shaped settee to starboard, opposite is another settee, and forward of this a double seated lower helm station. To port side, and up two steps one finds the raised galley which presents itself in a welcome airy environment and is also among the most spacious for a boat this size.
Below not loosing a millimetre of space is all reserved to night accommodation offering none the less 3 cabins 7 berths, and 2 heads. Example to this is the forward ensuite owner cabin with its queen island berth offering a relaxing 2 person couch on the starboard side. In the central part we have the two guest cabins, offering a double berth, two sister berths and an extra bunk berth. To starbaord in the middle one finds the guest head with cubicle shower.
Outside the 440 Fly's offer is for a big settee on the aft deck. While on the flybridge we have a c-shaped settee for 5/6 persons looking aft to starboard, forward to this is a dual seated helm station, and to port looking forward we have a double seated sun pad. The forward deck part is reserved for a vee shaped sun lounger.
3 engine options are offered from Galeon with all giving important 30 knots plus performances. The engines for the 440 Fly are located centrally, propelled with direct shafts, and in tunnel propeller pockets, giving in all this an on the plane speed of 18 knots. The top performance is from the biggest twin D9 575hp which give 35 knots max, making the 440 Fly among the faster in its size. For not so speed lovers the other options are the smaller D9 of 500hp, and the efficient D6 435hp, this later choice giving also an impressive speed of 32 knots thanks to unbeatable weight to power ratio. Hull design is by Tony Castro renowned for his offshore designs. Here Castro presents a planning warped shape with deeper forward vee and moderate aft sections for better comfort at low speeds. An IPS propulsion option is also on the works and we wait for Galeon to disclose more information about this.
Propulsion: diesel w. shaft
WC / Shower & Bath Compartment: toilet, vacuum + wash-basin + shower
Motor / Steering: electro-hydraulic
owner's cabin, foreship cabin, guest cabin, helm, interior, 2nd helm on fly
stove w. ceramic hob, sink, electric refrigerator, freezer, microwave
on-board computer, autopilot, depth sounder, compass, GPS, radar, VHF radio
cockpit cover, flying bridge cover, bimini top
shore supply 220 volt, diesel generator, battery, battery charger, main circuit breaker, windscreen wiper w. washer, anchor w. chain, electric bow anchor capstan, electric stern anchor capstan
deck hatch, transom door to bathing platform, bathing platform, bathing ladder, guard rail, electric gangway, trim tabs, electro/hydraulic, pressurized warmwater system, stern shower hot/cold, electric bilge pump, bow thruster, fire extinguisher system, heating, hot-air, heating airconditioning system, TV-antenna, colour TV, video, radio, CD-player, suncushion on foredeck, cushion cover leather, cockpit table, underwater paint, teak deck, additional extras