March 19, 2013

New Model: Galeon 390 HTC

As it has been tradition for Galeon, the known Polish production builder went to Dusseldorf with a new model, and fittingly this year it was the turn of the 390 HTC which is coincidentally based on the 380 Fly also presented in the same place a year before.  Again a design to Tony Castro the 390 HTC has a completely new upper structure design with the window design which enhance more aggressive elements a sport cruiser should have.   Another nice feature of the 390 HTC is the five in one use of the aft settee on the cockpit deck; which can be sports, dining, lounge, chaise, or a sun pad.  For the its interior plan the 390 HTC features the acclaimed three double cabin layout of the Fly sister.  The penalty in this is the small open third cabin to port side, but this is still a bonus considering the two well sized owners room to fore and guest to starboard.  Galeon as has been tradition offers a wide range of engine options to the 390 HTC which start from twin Volvo 220 and go up to 435hp units.  Propulsion is line shafts or stern drives.
Technical Data:
LOA - 11.99 (39.3ft) with extra extended bathing platform
Hull Length - 11.7 m
Beam - 3.74 m
Draft - 0.81 m
Displacement - 9700 kg
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 500 l
Water Capacity - 500 l
Accommodation - 6 berths in 3 cabins
Max Persons - 10
Engines - 2 x Volvo D3 220hp, D4 260hp, D3 300hp, D6 330hp, D6 370hp, D6 435hp
Propulsion - straight line shafts, Volvo dual prop stern drives
Hull Type - Vee shape
Project - Tony Castro
Certification - Directive 94/25/EC B

1 comment:

  1. Nice post regard Galeon 390 HTC.A huge glass roof, 390 HTC’s most prominent feature, flushes the main deck with natural light and can be opened over the helm with a touch of a button.
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