Polish manufacturer Galeon Yachts has revealed details of the 510 Skydeck, which features several striking new ideas

Galeon Yachts has announced a new design project in the form of the 510 Skydeck, which aims to offer a more flexible space for a 50-footer.

Based on the same hull as the upcoming Galeon 500 Fly, the 510 Skydeck combines the retractable sunroof of a sportscruiser with the upper helm position of a flybridge, much like on the Princess S72.

However, Galeon Yachts has plenty more tricks up its sleeve for the 510 Skydeck, as the Polish manufacturer has designed a flexible lower deck, which can fold out when stationary to offer more cockpit space.

This beach mode includes a rotating aft bench, outward-facing seating on the starboard side and a portside bar.

Further seating is provided up at the bow with three bench seats arranged in a triangular configuration.

However, all of these elements can be folded away in transit to create the sleek profile of a sportscruiser, as the images above show.

No release dates, engine options or prices have been revealed as of yet, but suffice to say that if Galeon Yachts does put this highly ambitious concept into production then it will certainly turn heads.