Polish motoryacht manufacturer Galeon has announced plans to build a 31ft hardtop model

The Galeon range is set to get its smallest model, after the Polish manufacturer announced details of the 305 HTS.

This 31ft hard-top model features the same basic hull as the 300 Fly, but with a lower profile and a changed main deck with an open layout, as designed by Roberto Curto (whose recent clients include Intermare, Capelli and Osia).

A Galeon spokesperson added: “The 305 HTS is best suited for day cruising, but was designed to handle even hard weather conditions.”

In terms of layout specifics, the aft sundeck offers added storage as well as sunbathing space, while the manually-operated sunroof allows the skipper to enjoy a few rays while cruising as well.

An elongated stern is available as a cost option for those looking for space to store a dinghy or set up for watersports.

Below decks, sleeping quarters are provided in the form of a fixed double bed in the aft cabin and a convertible V-shaped lounge area, with a galley and heads in between.

In keeping with the design of more recent Galeon models, the 305 HTS will come with numerous skylights and large windows to keep the interior as bright and airy as possible.

Engine options are vague as yet, but Galeon says that a choice of petrol and diesel will be made available, as well as twin and single engine options starting from 260hp, most likely including the Volvo Penta seen in the 300 Fly.

Prices are also unconfirmed for now, but potential buyers should expect to pay upwards of £100,000.