Galeon 325 GTO
Galeon 325 GTO is an unrivaled novelty within the Galeon shipyard offer. It is a breakthrough vessel, where its design created by Tony Castro fits into the global trend for fast and luxurious weekend yachts powered by outboard engines.
A noticeable characteristic feature of 325 GTO is a wide bow in the “BowRider” type, in which the seating area is integrated. One of its elements is an adjustable table. The richly decorated upholstery with armrests and cup holders adds elegance and increases comfortability. The seating area in the bow is accessed from the cockpit through an opening glazed passage on the portside with a sliding roof. In the cockpit on the left side, you can find a wide wet bar with a grill, sink, fridge and large functional storage compartments. On customer’s request, any configuration is possible.
One of the additional and most frequently chosen options is an icemaker and a retractable 32-inch TV screen. The most important place on each yacht, however, is the helmsman’s position. It has been equipped with the latest electronic solutions as well as navigation and trim systems. The control system allows you to dock the yacht with a joystick and an additional virtual anchor system, otherwise known as DPS. From this place you can control not only the direction of the cruise, but also the multi-colored deck lighting, underwater lights or the sound system! The elements ensuring the comfort and safety of the helmsman and the pilot are electrically adjustable sports seats and an electrically adjustable steering column. Thanks to these facilities, everyone will find a convenient position for steering and mooring the yacht.
In the cockpit there is also a lounge area consisting of comfortable and elegant sofas with armrests and a wide 4-seater sofa with a convertible backrest with a removable and adjustable table. The cockpit itself is available in several versions. As an option, you can order a stern platform for sunbathing above the engines, and for fishing enthusiasts a package containing a pool for live bait and lockers for storing catch. In the stern section, on the portside, a lowered balcony has been designed, which significantly enlarges the space and creates an additional place to rest and play on the water. This solution is very popular and appreciated especially among large Galeon units.
The structure of the deck and the Hard Top superstructure were made of carbon fiber, which significantly reduces the weight of the boat and at the same time increases the rigidity of the hull. Designers from Tony Castro were able to install two large skylights in the bow part of the vessel, which additionally allow the water surface to be viewed from the couch. In the very interior of the yacht, at the bow, there is a seating area with a 32-inch TV, which can be easily and quickly transformed into additional accommodation places. In the stern part there is a luxurious sleeping space, while on the starboard side there is a comfortable bathroom fully equipped with a shower and electric toilet. On special request, all rooms can be air-conditioned or heated. The main systems, such as: fuel tanks, pumps, generator or the optional yacht stabilization system, are hidden in the technical room under the aft deck. The 325 GTO can be powered by a pair of outboards rated at 300 to 400hp.
|Length of the hull||9,93m / 32ft 6in|
|Length overall||9,99m / 32ft 9in|
|Beam of the hull||3,28m / 10ft 9in|
|Beam overall||3,34m / 10ft 11in|
|Draft max. (canoe body)||TBD / TBD|
|Fuel tank capacity||2 x 425 dm3 / 2 x 112 US gal|
|Water tank capacity||120 dm3 / 31 US gal|
|Mass of Light Craft Condition||TBD / TBD|
|Maximum load||TBD / TBD|
|Min. engine (-s) power||2 x 221/300 kW/HP|
|Max. engine (-s) power||2 x 336/450 kW/HP|