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The Grand Tour

Galeon’s 325 and 375 GTO models have much to offer in an easily manageable footprint.

By Garner Trilsby

Polish builder Galeon Yachts has captured the world’s imagination with its innovative designs that expertly mesh stalwart seaworthiness with style and panache that thrills. Currently, the company has two new offerings in its Grand Touring Outboard (GTO) series—the 325 and the 375—that have onboard features, design traits, and performance numbers that make them among the very elite of modern dayboats.


The 325 GTO is a 32-foot, 7-inch vessel that can do most anything you ask of her. She is immediately recognizable as a
Galeon even from afar, thanks to the open design of her superstructure and hull side glazing that is steak-knife sharp.
When stepping aboard, prospective owners are often impressed by the uncluttered, open transom and a swim platform that snugly hugs twin Mercury Verado® outboards that come in either 300-horsepower or 400-horsepower iterations. Guests are greeted by convertible seating at the transom that can face aft for watching swimmers or forward when the boat is underway. Dual entrances to the cockpit ensure that people aren’t bumping into one another when they are coming and going. And when Galeon’s famous Beach Mode is activated, a dropdown terrace expands the cockpit on this model into perhaps the largest in its class.

Gunnels lined with Galeon’s trademark stainless steel with flush cleats encircle a cockpit and main deck area ready for a party with L-shaped seating to starboard and a wet bar with a grill and loads of prep space to port. The starboard side helm has two seats with gorgeous and intricate stitching. Twin 16-inch Raymarine screens will keep the captain happy, as will excellent sightlines for 360 degrees. The wheel tilts and raises on an electric ram for maximum ergonomics, and a Mercury joystick system further enhances the driving experience. A side deck to port leads to the boat’s foredeck seating, which is always a treat while underway and aids with separation when adults and kids are using the boat simultaneously.

Down below, the cabin has over 6-feet of headroom, which is impressive for a boat of this size and type. A convertible dinette in the forepeak can be used as a daybed or for an overnight while there are additional berths for two aft.


The 375 GTO is a slightly larger version of the 325 at 37 feet 9 inches, and the model makes the most of her extra length. Like the 325, the 375 was developed with Tony Castro Yacht Design and has an open superstructure with a sunroof. Her cockpit also has a Beach Mode feature that enhances the width of her beam and makes her unsurpassed among her peers as an entertainment platform.

The 375 has jaw-dropping performance numbers, including a blistering 55 mph top end, thanks to twin 600-horsepower Mercury V12 Verado outboards with contra-rotating, stainless steel propellers. Like the 325’s engines, the 375’s engines can be controlled by a joystick and are also Sky Hook-enabled for holding the boat still when waiting for a bridge to open, for example.

The boat’s main deck is highlighted by an innovative, fold-out dining table that services transom seating. There is also a fun, little one-seater to port that faces aft.

At the helm, the captain enjoys similar ergonomics and lines of sight as on the 325, but with the added benefit of massive electrically actuated side windows that are a first-in-class feature setting the 375 apart from the crowd. Coupled with a sunroof, the windows mean the 375’s driving
space can be nearly fully exposed to the elements for a truly thrilling ride. Notably, a second comfortable row of seats just aft of the helm is convertible and can face either forward or towards the engines.

To port, a segment of the windshield folds down and locks into place to offer easy access to the bow deck. There you’ll find a convertible table that can drop into a sunbed position, state-of-the-art JL Audio® speakers with Fusion® controls for tunes at speed, and a window through the portside glazing to watch the water whiz by when this boat is flying along.

Down below, the 375 has a dining settee in the forepeak that converts to a berth, as well as twin berths at amidships with a filler cushion that creates one massive mattress. A refrigerator and microwave further make this boat tempting to spend overnights aboard.
What you get with Galeon’s 325 GTO and 375 GTO are two boats built for serious fun on the water. No matter which size you choose, you can’t go wrong if you’re looking for an outboard-powered dayboat with innovative design and features galore. Even more exciting news for Galeon lovers is that additional GTO models are coming down the line!

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