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The 43' Galeon HTC 430 CRACKERJACK embodies a sporty character in compact form. The main focus during the design was to flawlessly integrate a bright and welcoming interior with the sporty and dynamic character of the 430. The large automatic glass sunroof in the salon gives you the freedom to experience the weather on nice days while effortless sliding shut if the elements turn harsh. The huge glass forward facing window is an amazing sight to see giving the boat great visibility and a very open feeling while you are cruising at 26 knots. With only 80 hours on the engines, CRACKERJACK is a great opportunity to buy a nearly new boat at a great price!
CRACKERJACK has much to offer when it comes to outside space. Located on the bow, there are two adjustable sun pads that can be accessed by the walk around side decks. In the cockpit, there is an L-shaped sofa that surrounds a dining table which can slide back onto the swim platform for extra space when needed. The tender is located on the hydraulic swim platform that can be conveniently operated by the cockpit controls for easy tender use.
The three-part sliding glass door from the cockpit into the salon brings the whole boat together as one for easy inside/outside entertaining. Inside the salon, a large U-shaped sofa sits on the starboard side with a transforming cocktail/dining table in the middle. Teak flooring runs through the boat with the option of light or dark carpet to go on top. The helm station is on the starboard side just forward of the U-shaped sofa keeping the skipper apart of the entertainment. Down four steps, the galley is on the port side equipped with stacked refrigerator/freezer, microwave oven, cooktop, and sink for all of your cooking needs.
The master stateroom is in the most forward portion of the boat with an ensuite bathroom and shower. On the starboard side, the guest stateroom contains two twin-size beds with storage below both beds. A day head located just forward of the guest stateroom doubles as the bathroom and shower for any guests staying on board.
A two-cabin layout has the galley moved down below for extra space on the main deck.