The Galeon 330 HT is a 33-foot express cruiser yacht with a hard-top that was produced by Polish boat-building firm Galeon between 2005 and 2014. Though no longer built to order, this vintage model continues to sell well on the used market due to its sporty profile, classic good looks, superb handling out on the water and wealth of plush, indoor lounge areas. The sister yacht to the equally popular Galeon 330 Fly, the 330 HT differs from its sibling thanks to a curved, hard-top cockpit with a mullioned, electronic sunroof above-helm, but in most other respects remains identical. SI Yachts can assist you in finding the perfect pre-owned Galeon Yacht for sale on the brokerage market today.
Out on the foredeck you can fit a modular sunpad with room for a couple of sunbathers to blissfully soak up the rays for hours on end in sheer comfort. Yet this yacht’s outdoor appeal is better seen to the stern, where an elongated, full-beam, teak-lined hydraulic bathing platform provides the perfect place to set off on warm water swimming jaunts. The platform connects to the aft-cockpit through a transom gate, and in this partially shaded area you will discover a transom sofa and bench-style side seating, framed at the rear by a hand-carved timber grab-rail.
Curved sliding glass doors with stainless steel fixtures lead into the main deck salon, where your choice of oak, teak or walnut surfaces have been paired with sedate leather furnishings and wrap-around glazing for a feel that harkens back to yachting’s golden age. There is a U-shaped sofa surrounding a Hi-Lo table to port, while to starboard an open galley with multi-tiered Corian counter-tops, a two-zone Kenyon hob, a microwave oven, a hidden sink and under-counter chilled storage provide everything needed to craft delicious breakfasts. Ahead of this you will discover a two-seater forward sofa and a comfortable piloting chair facing the helm station, where Raymarine or Garmin tech with autopilot, power-steering and VHF radio will guide you safely towards the high-class marinas of your choice.
On the lower level there is space for a pair of doubles cabins, with the largest positioned by the bow and benefiting from porthole windows, a skylight and hidden storage. The other cabin may be a tight squeeze but provides enough overnight sleeping space for two with room for an additional single mattress and sits across from the boat’s Corian-lined main head with an open shower fixture.
This yacht was primarily built around the cruising experience, and a deep-V hull has been matched with a pair of 260MHP Volvo Penta D4 diesel engines for competitive top speeds and wondrous levels of agility.