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Part of the new outboard collection from Galeon Yachts, the new 325 GTO is making its much anticipated debut this week. The first model in the all-new GTO collection this one is stirring up some excitement around the industry.

"This outboard-powered, feature-rich, 32-foot craft ensures Galeon is attainable for a larger audience of boating and yachting enthusiasts," comments Jacek Kobylko, President of Galeon Yachts.

Powered by twin Mercury Verado 350HPs, the Galeon 325 GTO measures 32'9" in length with a beam of 10'11". The 325 GTO carries the full beam far forward making the bow area an ideal social spot, but the boat is even more social aft, thanks to a unique fold-down platform to port.

Galeon 325 GTO. Photo: Galeon / MarineMax.

Galeon 325 GTO Fold-Down Swim Platform. Photo: Galeon / MarineMax.



Designer Tony Castro, renowned for his ultra-luxurious superyacht projects and all Galeon models, created this fantastic extra expanse for enjoying watersports or sunning. The platform offers amazing versatility combined with plush transom seating.

"It's a wonderful blend of leading-edge innovation and design, married to old-world quality," says Chuck Cashman at MarineMax.

Beginning in Clearwater Florida (@marinemax_clearwater ), the boat will be touring select MarineMax (@marinemaxonline ) dealerships over the next two months and an opportunity to get onboard and explore this latest Galeon model can be secured via RSVP with MarineMax now.

When you choose your ticket at the link above, you'll be able to select the stop of the tour where you would like to have your appointment.

Watch for more MarineMax tour stops to be announced soon!

View Galeon 325 GTO boats for sale today on boats.com.

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Written by: Ryan McVinney
C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, writer and producer. As an experienced boater he regularly produces and directs on-the-water video shoots for major boat manufacturers, yacht brokers and dealers, as well as independent film and media companies. He is president of the National Soho House Film Club with chapters in Miami, FL, Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA and regularly contributes content to YachtWorld, boats.com and Boat Trader.
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