Galeon 370 HTC
Galeon 370 HTC Description
The distinctive 370 HTC shares the hull design and main features with the 360 FLY offering a more sporty silhouette and a large glass sunroof over the helm station. With a customisable interior, a great floor plan and competitive performance it is a highly anticipated addition to the Galeon third-generation lineup.
The cockpit area is fitted with a sofa with a drop down backrest and a table. To extend the room for activities open the cockpit door completely and flip the saloon seat to face the aft. More adventurous passengers might opt for the bow sundecks or the innovative front seat for a thrilling ride.
THE 370 HTC SHARES THE HULL DESIGN WITH THE 360 FLY AND OFFERS A SPORTY DESIGN WITH A LARGE, GLASS SUNROOF OVER THE HELM
Inside, a large comfortable seating area faces the well-equipped galley, with the helm station moved forward. The driver is sure to appreciate the starboard sliding door that allow for easy access to the bow when mooring.
Find an incredible three cabin layout down below complete with a shower fitted bathroom. Bunk beds in the guest cabin boost the number of berths down below to six, perfect for large families. All cabins offer standing height and extra storage that comes handy during longer cruises.
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Galeon 370 HTC Technical Specification
|Length of the hull||[m] 9,99||[ft] 32’9’’|
|Length overall||[m] 11,37 / 11,75||[ft] 37’4” / 38’7”|
|Beam of the hull||[m] 3,43||[ft] 11’3’’|
|Beam overall||[m] 3,48||[ft] 11’5’’|
|Draft max. (canoe body)||[m] TBD||[ft] TBD|
|Fuel tank capacity||[dm3] 2 x 400||[US Gal] 2 x 106|
|Water tank capacity||[dm3] 350||[US Gal] 92|
|Mass of Light Craft Condition||[kg] TBD||[lbs] TBD|
|Maximum load||[kg] TBD||[lbs] TBD|
|Min. engine (-s) power||[kW] 2 x 147||[HP] 2 x 200|
|Max. engine (-s) power||[kW] 2 x 221||[HP] 2 x 300|