July 22, 2020

Project: Galeon 405 HTS

Galeon present the project for the 405 HTS, a new thirteen meter hardtop sport cruiser.  Designed by Galeon long standing design collaboration with British Tony Castro, the 405 HTS has been created and built to be a perfect day cruiser. Her exterior styling and interior arrangement reveal Galeon’s classic profile with a modern twist. The yacht’s interior has been designed to be bright and welcoming with a functionality and balanced layout. Materials include carefully selected veneers, Corians, high quality fabrics and matte or mirror-gloss finished wood.  Large windows add natural light to the saloon, galley and guest cabins. A vast saloon on the main deck is sure to be a popular gathering area for family and friends, with starboard side bar giving an open feeling. The helm benefit from large windows and a single pane windshield that provide all around panoramas. Accommodation space on the lower deck features a full sized galley and two staterooms with separate bathrooms. The owner’s suite is located midships and occupies the whole width allowing for an incredible amount of volume and storage space.  The extended roof over the cockpit area provides additional protection from the sun. The cockpit space with outdoor kitchen, dining table and sunbed conversions gives extra space for gatherings. The 405 HTS offers the extended bathing platform with an easy access to garage storage for the toys. An interesting feature of the 405 HTS is a tarpaulin roof that swiftly morphs into the wide opening sunroof over the helm station. The Galeon 405 HTS can be powered by twin Volvo 225hp up to 430hp engines choice, with stern drive propulsion.

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