This feature-packed day boat is striking for taking design cues from the fourth generation Galeon yacht, but adding a bit of GTO flavor to the mix. With a low profile, perfect proportions and sporty accents throughout the boat, it is destined to stand out in any marina.
Developed with Tony Castro’s design studio, the 375 leverages Galeon’s decades of boatbuilding experience and innovations into a truly outstanding model that joins the GTO line in 2022. A quick glance at the impressive exterior reveals three areas vying for attention. First, we experienced the amazing two-part glass sunroof over the helm station, a true spectacle as it quickly retracts exposing the main deck and allowing easy access to the bow area.
At the front, the second surprise comes in the form of an oversized U-shaped seating area with neck rests that quickly transforms into a true solarium and seats six passengers. Finally, there is the cockpit area with fold-out platforms to port and starboard that create balconies, expanding the usable space when stationary.
The 375 GTO caters to the driver by allowing the driver to open not only the sunroof but also the port and starboard side windows for better ventilation and a sense of speed. The two-tone steering console can be equipped with three screens to control performance, navigation and fish finding at the same time, while both the seats and steering wheel are electrically adjustable.