The Galeon 365 HTS is a 37-foot sportscruiser yacht with a hard-top that was launched by Poland-based yacht building firm Galeon in 2016. Crafted in collaboration with renowned naval architect Roberto Curto, the 365 HTS impresses with dramatic modern glazing, retractable panels, sharp curves, powerful engines and a hand-finished interior with more than a passing similarity to the most impressive European super-yachts. Winner of the title for “Motor Yacht of the Year” at the 2016 Wiatr I Woda Poland awards, this vessel demonstrates that you can have contemporary luxury and peerless style on more modestly sized, entry-level yachts.
A pair of curved sunpads out on the foredeck provide a sun-kissed lounge space with marina-facing views, while to the rear there is a stern-facing double sunpad sitting atop a storage locker than can be used to host snorkeling gear. This sunpad sits above a full-beam hydraulic swimming platform, that, like the rest of the cockpit, is lined in durable teak for a practical, non-slip surface that looks great shining in the sun. The sunpad can connect to a hook-shaped sofa that traces the port side of the cockpit thanks to a fully opening glazed wall, while to starboard there is a large wet-bar console bigger than some galley kitchens, featuring a two-zone electric induction hob, a fiberglass sink and fridge-freezer units.
Ahead of this you will discover a starboard-side leather helm chair facing a racing-style, backlit dashboard with bow thruster and trim tab controls, hydraulic steering, flatscreen Raymarine display panels, rudder indicators, VHF radio and a Penta joystick. Directly above the helm there is an electronic sunroof so that you can pilot your vessel and work on your tan at the same time, while cresting wave side windows and a transparent windscreen offer panoramic visibility. The entire cockpit is subject to customization, coming a range of styles such as a white-and-cream treatment or a dark and seductive look with beige and brown upholstery. While a production vessel, there are plenty of customization options found on most Galeon Yachts for sale that make each boat a little unique.
Across the lower deck you can choose from surfaces in whitened oak or high gloss walnut, while furnishings in diamond-stitched leather or suede offer both immense comfort and contemporary style. A spacious dinette lounge features a pair of L-shaped sofas surrounding an extending timber table, with a mini-galley snugly positioned to port. A double cocoon-style bed is located up by the bow, while a master stateroom with a queen-sized bed, a loveseat and cabinet space occupies a full-beam amidship location. A main head to starboard offers an open shower fixture for those who need to refresh while on weekend voyages. Lower deck spaces benefit from recessed lighting and widescreen windows with rectangular portholes to keep this space feeling open and breezy.
A pair of Volvo Penta D4-270DPI shaft-drive diesel engines roar the Galeon 365 HTS to top speeds in the mid-20 knot range, with comfortable cruising of around 18 knots. The vessel’s fiberglass hull is a dream to ride, and its sharp bow entry slices through the waves with ease.