This feature-filled day boat draws attention by taking design cues from the fourth generation of Galeon yachts yet adding some GTO flavor to the mix. With a low profile, perfect proportions and sporty accents throughout it is bound to stand out in any marina.
Developed with the Tony Castro Design Studio, the 375 leverages Galeon’s decades of boat building experience and innovations into a truly standout model that joins the GTO lineup in 2022. A quick glance at the stunning exterior reveals three areas that fight for attention. First, we experience the the amazing two-part, glass sunroof over the helm station, a definite showstopper, as it quickly retracts exposing the main deck and allowing for easy access to the bow area.
Up front, the second surprise comes in the form of an oversized, U-shaped rest area with neck supports that quickly transforms into a proper sundeck and will seat six passengers. Lastly, we have the cockpit area with foldout platforms port and starboard that create balconies, extending the usable space when stationary.
The 375 GTO caters to the driver by allowing to open not only the sunroof but also port and starboard side windows for better ventilation and a sensation of speed. The two-tone steering console can be fitted with triple screens for monitoring performance, navigation and fish finding all at the same time, while both the seats and the wheel are adjusted electrically – smart!
Choose the GPS virtual anchor system to easily hold position while awaiting passage and the joystick docking option for added convenience. A powerful surround sound system and mood lighting, both in the cockpit and underwater, are bound to create an ambient atmosphere on board. Opposite the main sitting area, the wet galley is located port, and fitted with an ice maker, grill, fridge and extra storage. A 32 inch pop-up TV is a welcomed option for evening entertainment.
The ingenious modular design allows for three distinct stern configurations depending on the boat’s purpose. The sundeck option offers great leisure space for sunbathing and covers the engines for a sleeker design with the L-shaped sofa facing forward. For maximum deck space choose the classic bench setup with the option to turn back rests either direction, and slide the whole sofa forward for easy engine access. Lastly the 375 can be tailored to owners with a fishing passion, where a transom console with livewells can be fitted, complete with rod holders, foldable seat and storage areas.
Down below guests are welcomed to a full-sized saloon with the sitting area moved bow. For overnight stay four berths are available thanks to the transformable settee up front and guest area located midship. Owners can choose between extra storage area in the saloon or a compact galley fitted with a cooker, fridge and a sink – perfect for prolonged journeys. The functional bathroom offers a separate head and shower with standing height, all brightly lit due to the incredible, oversized window installed.