The Galeon 375 GTO is a 37-foot outboard-powered sports boat that was launched by the award-winning Polish yacht-building company Galeon in 2023. Swift and sleek, this vessel moves like a shimmering mirage as it zips across the water, thanks to an ultra-modern design that seems to be made more from glazing then fiberglass. A faceted hull and bow-entry combines with jagged geometric forms and thoroughly modern lounge spaces to give this watercraft an almost futuristic sheen, while powerful engine options deliver pulsating speeds that will outstrip your peers. Perfect for sidling up to an isolated sand-bar thanks to its shallow draft, this boat is equally well-suited for multi-day island-hopping trips due to its lower-deck accommodation.
|Engine Manufacturer||Mercury Verado|
|Fuel Capacity||396 gallons|
A cozy bow-lounge is accessed via a side-deck on the port-side, and this timber-lined space boasts a wrap-around U-shaped sofa that traces the contours of the gunwale. Seating for five comes with a pop-up extending table that can also be lowered into place to transform this space into one casbah-style sunpad, while fold-down arm-rests and cup-holders add comfort and convenience. Head to stern to find a pair of swim platforms positioned safely clear of the outboards, as well as fold-down bulwarks lining the aft-cockpit that can be used as floating cocktail terraces to dramatically increase the space back here. Lined in silvery teak-effect decking, the cockpit benefits from a structural overhang for additional shade, and you will encounter a transom rumble seat back here that can be used to face the conversation or turned around for views out to stern. There’s also a single aft seat and a U-shaped sofa in plush, two-toned upholstery in here, along with a wet-bar station with a sink, a Kenyon outdoor grill and Vitrifrigo chilled storage. The helm benefits from 360-degrees of uninterrupted visibility thanks to swooping half-moon glazing and vast architectural openings, while a retractable sunroof really helps to build an elemental atmosphere as you man the controls. Expect to find an array of navigational tech at the non-glare dashboard, including twin Raymarine touch-screens, Lenco trim-tab switches, power-assisted steering, a docking joystick and a high-speed mounted compass.
Though this may look more like a dayboat than a sports cruiser, there’s plenty of room on the lower-deck for overnight voyages. Lined in grey beechwood with metallic fixtures, cathedral-like atrium glazing and geometric strip lighting throughout, this space remains light and breezy. Upon entry you will find an open galley with silvered countertops, a Black+Decker microwave and an Isotherm fridge, as well as a head compartment with an open shower fixture. Aft of the steps back up to deck there is a compact twin cabin for a pair of guests, while positioned up by the bow there is a lower U-shaped lounge with a pop-up dining table that can be lowered into position to use this zone as a full-beam double bed for the evening.
Powered by twin 600HP V12 Mercury outboards or triple 450HP Mercury outboards, you can expect top speeds to touch and surpass that vaunted 50 knot mark. An efficient 27 knot cruising speed promises weekend-long expeditions across coastal and inland waterways thanks to a 396-gallon fuel tank and an efficient hull crafted from reinforced fiberglass.