The Galeon 350 HTC is a 36-foot sports cruiser yacht with a hard-top that was produced by Polish boat-building company Galeon between 2010 and 2017. This coupe-style yacht features an entirely glazed roof over the cockpit, a sleek and sporty profile and engine options that deliver peerless pace across a range of conditions. Though no longer built to order by Galeon Yachts, this boat remains popular on the used and charter markets thanks to its hand-finished interiors, spacious lower-deck layout and undeniable sense of style.
|Fuel Capacity||171 gallons|
There are two al-fresco deck options on this model, with a double sunpad positioned out on the foredeck and a partially shaded lounge located at the aft-cockpit. Back here you will find a transom sofa that folds down to turn into a stern-facing sunpad, as well as a pair of side sofas and room for a cocktail table. Starboard steps lead down to the bathing platform, from where you can enjoy blissful hours spent warm-water swimming.
You do not need to stop enjoying bright sunshine when you enter into the internal cockpit via a set of sliding glass doors, as this space boasts an entirely glazed roof, not to mention two tiers of shark-fin side windows. The salon, therefore, shimmers as the sun moves across your choice of wengewood, walnut, mahogany or oak, while you can enjoy superb views out across the vast ocean as you relax on leather or suede furnishings. To aft there is a large U-shaped sofa with a breakfast table, across from a starboard-side open galley with Corian surfaces, a two-zone hob, a sink and under-counter chilled storage. At the front of the cockpit there is forward-facing seating for three, including a rotating helm chair, and the main helm station, which has been equipped with Raymarine electronics, a Penta docking joystick, Side Power thruster controls and power-steering for confident piloting.
If the lower-deck layout on the Galeon 350 HTC looks familiar, that is because it is based on the successful 340 series arrangement of three cabins and two heads. To the bow there is a stateroom with a pair of closets, a double bed and a skylight, while amidship there is a double room with a full-height closet and a third open berth for a single guest. There are two bathrooms on this level, with one of them boasting an open shower fixture.
You can choose between a Volvo Penta D6 440MHP shaft-drive engine or a pair of Mercury QSD 4.2 diesel engines to power this yacht to top speeds of up to 35 knots. Cruising speeds in the high-20 knot range, meanwhile, will always feel comfortable and well-balanced thanks to this yacht’s Tony Castro-designed fiberglass hull.