No stranger to exploring the far-flung corners of the world, GALILEO G has completed two circumnavigations around the globe and boasts an ice-class hull for slicing through glacial waters with ease.
Her distinctive profile has been turning heads around the coastlines of Belize, and she will be available to charter in many other Caribbean and Central American hotspots over the coming months.
Galileo G was launched in 2011 by Picchiotti, a member of the Perini Navi Group. She features naval architecture by Philippe Briand, who have focused on heightening her seaworthiness and efficiency, thus making her an extremely competent and in-demand expedition yacht.
The exterior of the motor yacht has classic styling, with a deep navy hull, crisp cream superstructure and striking lines which lend her a similar look to a sailing yacht.
Guests on a private yacht charter will find elegant interiors with an overarching nautical theme. Her social areas are inviting and comfortable, while mahogany and wenge wood give her a sophisticated edge. Bespoke touches such as a narwhal tusk and the vertebrae of a humpback whale in the main salon make her a truly unique addition to the global charter fleet.
Bespoke touches such as the vertebrae of a humpback whale make her a truly unique addition to the global charter fleet.
A total of 10 guests can be accommodated across five cabins, in a configuration of one owner’s suite, two doubles and two twins. Each cabin has a unique theme that charter guests are sure to love.
Further adding to her appeal as a charter yacht, Galileo G has excellent on-board diving facilities, coupled with an experienced crew with a wealth of knowledge and passion for marine life. Around Central America and the Caribbean, guests can expect to encounter a breathtaking variety of aquatic wildlife, from green turtles and dolphins to angelfish and parrotfish.
For those in the mood for exploration, a variety of tenders are on hand to ferry guests around the region in complete comfort.