The Galeon 405 HTL is a 44-foot sports coupe yacht that was produced by Polish yacht-building firm Galeon between the years of 2014 and 2020. Built to the same basic design as the popular Galeon 385, this sleek and stylish yacht differs from its sister vessel by offering a curvaceous, extended roof over the cockpit, a larger bathing platform to the stern and a retractable sunroof over the helm. The ideal boat for thrill-seekers and day-cruisers, the 405 HTL transcends the day boat class with the inclusion of two lower-deck en-suite cabins, making it perfect for extended weekend cruising, too. Contact us today to review Galeon Yachts for sale both on and off the market.
There is plenty of space to work on your tan out on the deck of this Tony Castro-designed yacht, with a pair of curved sunpads out on the foredeck offering marina-facing views. To the rear, meanwhile, you will find a large, teak-lined hydraulic swimming platform that is sure to be the starting point for many nautical adventures. In fact, you can even take your modern jet tender out for a spin over the water, as the 405 HTL comes equipped with a capacious tender garage as standard.
Located directly above the garage there is a stern-facing sunpad that flips up to transform into a transom sofa connecting to the cockpit’s main U-shaped sofa. A breakfast table, a further side sofa and a wet-bar station with a Kenyon hob and chilled storage round out the amenities on offer in the cockpit, which remains open to the rear for an unbeatable connection to the elements. At the front of the cockpit there is a helm station with two piloting seats and an above-helm electronic sunroof. The dashboard features all the latest Raymarine electronics as well as extras such as an optional joystick and VHF radio.
A watertight companionway door leads to the lower deck, which happens to be large enough to play host to an open galley with a microwave oven, a two-zone hob, under-counter fridge-freezer units and granite-effect Corian countertops, as well as a dinette lounge with a leather or suede L-shaped dining sofa and a table. The main lobby down here never feels cramped thanks to panoramic hull windows and the addition of transparent glazing to the ceiling. There is also room on this level for a pair of en-suite cabins with knife-insert windows, plenty of storage and your choice of double or twin beds.
You can reach top speeds to keep up with the best due to a pair of 370MHP shaft-drive engines provided by either Volvo or MAN, while a fuel tank holding 251 US gallons of diesel should keep you out on the water for days on end.