Galeon Yacht Introduced To Southeast Asia With AMYS
Published: Tuesday, 07 June 2016
Asia Marine Yacht Services (AMYS) announced its partnership with Galeon Yacht from Poland, joining the award-winning yacht builder’s global network of sales representatives.
(Photos: Galeon Yacht - Galeon 500 Fly)
This joint partnership would help expand the distribution of Galeon yachts in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia, one of its key emerging yachting markets.
With over 30 years of experience, grown from the manufacturer building sailboats for Beneteau and Jeanneau, Galeon Yacht is now one of premier European boat builders. The shipyard reached an employment of over 800 people working on 18,000 square metres of production and assembly hall. It estimates to build 80 to 100 boats this year.
The collection of Galeon Yacht includes 28 models ranging from 30’ to 82’ (24 metres), mostly designed by marine architects Tony Castro and Roberto Curto. About 50 to 60 per cent of the parts are customised for each boat, with 20 to 25 custom options, which cannot be found in other shipyards. With the efforts of AMYS, Galeon Yachts would be introduced to Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.
Led by Founder and CEO Eric Noyel, AMYS headquartered in Hong Kong with branches in the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand, coming with an impressive portfolio of new luxury yachts. In addition to Galeon Yacht, AMYS also represents other yacht brands up to 50 metres. AMYS dedicated to bringing yachting lifestyle to Hong Kong and Asia. Its businesses include luxury yacht charter vacation under Riviera Orientale – Yachting Society, fractional ownership programme under brand Luxury Yacht Share Asia, Brokerage and Yacht management.
(European Powerboat of the Year 2016 - Galeon 500 Fly)
Awarded European Powerboat of the Year 2016, the Galeon 500 model brought a series of innovations to the Galeon Range. Based on a completely new hull, the 500 Fly will offer an amazing amount of interior space on all three decks – a staple of all Galeon third generation yachts. The first hull will arrive at Hong Kong later this year.