The Galeon 390 HT is a 38-foot sports cruiser yacht with a hard-top that was produced by the Polish boat-building firm Galeon between 2007 and 2014. This yacht, along with its sister vessel the 390 Fly, features the same basic design and amenities as the Galeon 330 HT but across a significantly larger footprint, giving guests much more space to enjoy the finer things in life. Though no longer built to order by Galeon, the 390 HT remains a popular choice on the used and charter markets thanks to its hand-finished interiors, sleek profile, powerful performance and immense seaworthiness.
|Fuel Capacity||264 gallons|
Out on the foredeck and safely surrounded by stainless steel guardrails you will find a pair of modular sunpads where you can relax for hours on end in blissful summer sunshine. To the rear, meanwhile, there Is a full-beam hydraulic bathing platform with a passarelle and a swim ladder that can also be used to store your choice of modern water-tender. The platform connects to the aft-cockpit via a transom gate, and a four-seater transom sofa back here is joined by a rear-facing loveseat.
Stepping into the main deck salon, where dark mahogany, glossy walnut or washed oak surfaces are joined by suede or leather furnishings, you will find a port armchair and a starboard side U-shaped sofa with a breakfast table. Further forward there is an open galley with granite-effect countertops, a Siemens two-zone ceramic hob, a circular sink, a microwave oven and Isotherm under-counter chilled storage. What truly impresses about this cockpit, however, is the expansive transparent glazing overhead, which is joined by an above-helm mullioned sunroof that opens at the touch of a button. Cresting-wave side windows, sedate recessed lighting and sliding glass doors to the rear only enhance this elemental connection to the outdoors. At the front of the cockpit there is a helm station with a Plastimo compass, the full set of Raymarine electronics, Side Power thruster controls and power-assisted steering, making this craft a true joy to ride.
There are three cabins across the lower-deck, including a master double suite to the bow with a queen-sized bed, two closets and a skylight, an aft-double with a hanging locker and a compact port-side single berth. Also located on this level is the yacht’s main head and a separate starboard-side shower cubicle with a timber-lined seat.
A pair of 370MHP Volvo Penta D6 diesel engines deliver top speeds of around 28 knots with a comfortable cruising speed of approximately 20 knots. This yacht’s deep-V monohull was designed in collaboration with renowned naval architect Tony Castro, and offers a well-balanced, agile and efficient ride in a range of conditions.