Project Description

The Yacht

Galileo G, like her sister ships Exuma and Nautilus (formerly Grace E), has continuously travelled the world’s oceans since the day of her launch, completing a circumnavigation. Built as an Ice Class yacht, Galileo G has also undertaken the notorious Northwest Passage between Canada, Greenland and the Artic Ocean, casually meeting one of her sisters, the Perini Navi 56m S/Y Rosehearty, close to the Artic Circle. The warm interior styling subscribes to the owner’s brief for a “gentleman’s yacht”.

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2012 International Superyacht Society Design Award as Best Power Yacht in the 40 – 65m range

2012 Showboats Design Awards for Exterior Design and Styling in the category Displacement Motor Yachts from 30m – 59.99m

2012 Robb Report’s “Best of the Best” 2012 Custom Megayachts Winner

Length overall 55.70 m / 183 ft
LWL full load 178 ft / 54.33 m
Beam (max) 34.9 ft / 10.37 m
Draft 10.5 ft / 3.25 m
Max speed 16 knots
Construction Steel
Engines 2 x 1174 kW @1800 rpm CAT 3512C
Superstructure construction Aluminium
Displacement full load 769 tons
Range 9.000 Nm @ 11 knots
Fuel capacity 152.000 lt
Fresh water 20.000 lt
Class and LY2 compilance ABS: Malta Cross A1 Yachting Comm.Service, AMS+MCA, LY2, ICE Class IB
Interior Design Perini Navi - Studio Genta
Naval Architecture Philippe Briand - Vitruvius Ltd
Builder Picchiotti - Perini Navi Group
Gross Tonnage 726 GT


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