The Galeon 410 HTC is a 40-foot sportscruiser with a hard-top that was launched by Poland’s premier yacht-building firm Galeon Yachts in 2021. A leading light of this brand’s fourth-generation cruising yachts, the 410 HTC bears the sort of ultra-modern profile, extensive glazing and luxurious amenities you would normally only find aboard a much larger, and much more expensive, vessel. Designed in collaboration with industry icon Tony Castro, this yacht features an aft-beach club with fold-out balconies, jagged hull windows, a skipper’s side door and hand-finished deluxe interiors. It should come as no surprise, then, that this sporty boat was named as one of Boating Industry’s “Top Products” of 2021, with judges highlighting the yacht’s immense adaptability and connection to the outdoors.
On the 410 HTC’s foredeck you will find a triple sunpad with marina-facing views as well as a pop-up loveseat with a backrest nestled right up towards the bow. If you prefer socialising with a much larger group, however, then head back to the aft-cockpit, where a pair of fold-out bulwarks can be quickly turned into cocktail terraces to transform this area into a lavish aft-beach club. Among the attractions back here is a full-beam hydraulic bathing platform with a shower fixture, a wet-bar and a transom grill, an L-shaped transom sofa with an attached rear sunpad that can be extended to double-length, a fold-out table, a loveseat and authentic teak flooring.
A glazed door and a retractable windowpane offer a seamless connection to the internal salon, where light oak or dark walnut surfaces are paired with recessed strip lighting, cinema-screen side windows, an electronic retractable sunroof, upholstered wall panels and a skipper’s door for an unrestricted feeling of lightness and space. A diamond-stitched suede or leather dining sofa with a table sits to starboard, while a loveseat to port directly adjoins the Corian-topped galley, where a two-zone Kenyon hob, a combination oven, ice-storage, an Isotherm fridge and a large sink offer everything needed to craft gourmet meals. A starboard-side helm features a sleek, ergonomic dashboard displaying Raymarine electronics with touch-screen panels, SeaStar hydraulic steering, Bennett trim-tabs, a Volvo Penta engine monitor, bow thruster controls and Ray 91 VHF radio.
There are a pair of en-suite bedrooms for up to four overnight guests situated on the lower deck, both benefiting from dramatic knife-insert windows and plush surrounds. A scissor berth to the bow can be used as a pair of twins or easily joined together to make a double, while an amidship full-beam owner’s suite boasts masses of storage, a loveseat, an island bed for two and a pop-up work desk.
The Galeon 410 HTC’s resin-infused fiberglass hull is based on the same design as their popular 400 Fly model for an efficient and balanced ride with plenty of lift as you accelerate into the waves. There is a great deal of flexibility to be had when choosing a propulsion system, as this yacht can be fitted with IPS pod-drives as well as more traditional shaft or stern-drives. Engine options include a pair of Volvo Penta D6 440MHP diesels with top speeds of around 29 knots and cruising speeds of a swift 24 knots.