Galeon 310 HTC was designed to present a more aggressive profile and features than the leisure oriented flybridge variant. Both yachts share the same interior layout with a notable difference being the presence of an automatic glass roof over the helm station in the HTC. Sleek and nimble the 310 is sure to please all yacht enthusiasts.
The main deck is occupied by a sizable dinette and opposite facing galley with the helm station moved forward. The interior finish will be available in several distinct designs including Oak and Walnut, with plenty of customization options at the client’s disposal. Select additional equipment and features to create your perfect yacht.
The exterior clearly resembles that of other third generation Galeon yachts with its broad windows and dynamic features. The passengers will surely make use of conveniently planned cockpit which is available with both a fixed bench and a fold-out seating – perfect for sunbathing. Additional sundecks await in the bow area.
Two cabins with four berths await the guests down below along with a bathroom complete with head and a shower. Both single and twin petrol or diesel engine installations are available so choose your preferred option and let yourself be amazed by the performance of the new Galeon 310 HTC.
|Technical specification and layouts|
|Length overall||[m] 9,60|
|Length of the hull||[m] 8,99|
|Beam overall||[m] 2,99|
|Beam of the hull||[m] 2,94|
|Draft max. (canoe body)||[m] 0,72|
|Fuel tank capacity||[liter] 415 or 600|
|Water tank capacity||[liter] 200|
|Displacement light ship||[kg] 5500 - 6090|
|Min. engine (-s) power||[kW/HP] 1x191/260|
|Max. engine (-s) power||[kW/HP] 1x294/400 2x191/260|
|Maximum load||[kg] 1595 - 1745|
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