First time poster - and massive TIA for any thoughts on the below. Wife loves the Galeon 510 Fly. The openness of the layout, etc. the fly AND sunroof! I like it as well. But there are LOTS of extra moving parts that seem to be waiting to go wrong. Wife drives the boating decisions (pun intended) as she enjoys it more than i do. (I enjoy it but she is crazy about being on the boat). Can get one very reasonably - new. Very. A 2018. (Why is a 2018 still The dealer is local (20 minute cruise from house) But there is only one other Galeon in my area - sold by this dealer. Dealer doesnt have any others in stock, but will order a (different) for me if i want it. This dealer know that my next boat will likely be a coastal cruiser, and they have those in spades -that is their specialty. I met the service guy when we did the sea trial (he rode along) as the sales guy knew after sale care is a HUGE issue as there are many funky moving parts on this boat. We use the boat just about every weekend for trips around San Diego bay and are venturing into the open ocean when conditions are good. (Trying to patiently nurture my wifes sea legs) Marine Max in Florida seems to be “all in” on this brand. But FL is thousands of miles from here,obviously. My dealer has a relationship with Marine Max. My contact from my Sea Ray dealer is telling me that this is a HUGE mistake due to limited support. (He is a former Coastie -and more than just a sales guy, I trust him - but their current offerings don't light my wifes fire- Prestige is their comparable brand) Current boat is a 2017 Sea Ray Coupe. Its just too small for us. Fun, 39 knots, too light, etc. No real problems with the boat - and all problems have been IMMEDIATELY rectified by the dealer. Including calling my guy on his cell at any time of the day (or night - within reason - I am not a jerk about it). Is this boat a problem waiting to ruin my boating experience? Help!?!