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GALILEO G Yacht for sale

182' (55.7m)

This yacht is currently not for sale with Northrop & Johnson. This page is for informational purposes only – to view our current listings, please click here.

Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.

Length 182 FT (55.7 M)
Beam 33 FT (10 M)
Draft 11 FT (3 M)
Gross Tonnage 726 Ton
Guests 10
Crew 11
Designer Vitruvius Yachts/Philippe Briand
Year Built 2011
Construction Steel
Cruising Speed 11Knots
LOA 182 FT (55.7 M)
LWL 177 FT (54 M)
Beam 33 FT (10 M)
Max Draft 11 FT (3 M)
Cruising Speed 11 Knots
Max Speed 14 Knots
Gross Tonnage 726 Ton
Holding Tank 4,307 Liters
Fuel Capacity 150,000 Liters
Hull Material Steel
Designer Vitruvius Yachts/Philippe Briand

Full Specifications

If the destination, adventure, family, romance and exploration are the ultimate goals of why people purchase and build world cruising yachts, Galileo G is simply the vehicle by which these dreams can come to fruition.  Perini Navi understands how to make dreams come true better than most yacht builders which is one of the reasons why the Perini Navi brand has been so popular over the past 30 years.

What happens when Perini Navi Spa, who have built more large ocean sailing yachts than any builder in the world, joins up with famed yacht designer Philippe Briand with the mission to create a motor yacht with the unique DNA of quality, innovation and performance?  The result is a yacht that is robust enough to go anywhere on the planet, built to a level of quality that will satiate the world’s most demanding captains of industry and royalty alike, wrapped in a styling that resembles a floating Ferrari.  Galileo G accomplishes this and more.

Conceived by Philippe Briand under the Vitruvius motor yacht label, the 55m ice reinforced steel hull blends uncompromised performance by utilizing maximum waterline length, efficient underwater hull shape and purposeful styling to create a complete design platform that is as comfortable to be aboard crossing oceans as she is sitting on a mooring in Monaco or Bora Bora.  The design reference for Galileo G is for a yacht that is in harmony with the elements. Guests are exposed to wide open exterior spaces with unencumbered panoramic views of the surroundings, blended with an interior of polished mahogany balanced with natural lighting from unique features like architectural curved side deck windows and comfortable exterior spaces offering protection from the elements while maintaining a visceral connection with the exterior surroundings.

Galileo G looks like a thoroughbred and behaves like one too.  Performance efficiency is a priority and the 55m steel hull was designed from the keel up with this goal.  With a range in excess of 9000nm powered by a pair of Caterpillar 3512C engines she cruises economically at between 10-12kts with a top displacement speed of 14kts.  At 726 gross tons Galileo G offers as much or more interior volume as many other vessels of her same overall length due to her generous 10.35m beam.  The extra space is thoughtfully divided up into the expected grand owner’s suite on the main deck including office and gym, as well as 4 additional guest cabins below capable of accommodating up to 12 guests.  Less expected on a 55m vessel is the huge 9.5m tender, with 200 miles range, situated in a tender bay under the fore deck accessed via a side opening port.  A second 6.0m tender is housed aft.  A fold down side port with accommodation ladder provides easy access to the tenders and water for guests and crew.

Not forgotten is the need to support the owners and guest by providing crew accommodations for up to 12 and the toys and tenders that give the owner and guests access to exploring and enjoying being on the water.  With a 9.5m expedition tender, a 6.0m sport tender, a 4.2m rescue tender, 2 lasers, and 4 kayaks there is an appropriate water born vehicle for every adventure Galileo G might find herself.  In 8 years with nearly two circumnavigations under her belt, Galileo G has proven herself and is ready for her next owner to reap the benefits of her uncompromised performance and beauty.

Steel hull, aluminum superstructure with teak laid decks.


ABS + A1 Commercial Yachting Service, AMS, Ice Class IC, and LY2 Compliant (currently privately operated).

Owner's Cabin:       
Full beam Owner's suite on main deck forwards with bedroom and private  
  lounge to starboard and dressing room and bathroom to port
2 x Double guest cabins each with shower rooms en suite
  2 x Twin guest cabins each with shower rooms en suite
Captain's cabin on bridge deck aft with shower room en suite
  4 x Upper and lower berthed twin cabins with shower rooms en suite
  2 x Single berthed cabins with shower rooms en suite

Main Engines:
2 x 1,174kW Caterpillar diesel engines type 3512C (B rating) @ 1,800 rpm
Engine Hours:
Port:  6,729 hours (Feb. 2018)
  Stbd: 6,755 hours (Feb. 2018)
Gear Boxes:
2 x 4.5:1 ZF reverse reduction gear boxes type 7646
Shafts & Propellers:
2 x five-bladed ISO Class S Ice class propellers approx 1,600 mm diameter
Maximum speed 14 knots
  Cruising speed 12 knots
  Economical speed 11 knots
Fuel Consumption
Approx 9,000 nm at 11 knots

2 x 150kW Caterpillar diesel generators type C9 each producing 380V
  3-phase 50Hz (completely overhauled in 2018 at 12,000 hours)
  1 x 100 kW Catepillar diesel generators type C6.6 producing
  380V 3-phase 50Hz
1 x 86 kW Caterpillar diesel generator type C4.4 producing
  380V 3-phase 50Hz
Generator Hours:
Port: 12,000 hours
  Stbd: 13,192 hours
  Mid: 6,787 hours
380V 3-phase 50Hz
  220V 3-phase 50Hz
  24V DC
Shore Power:
1 x 100kVA shore power connection
2 x 24V battery groups for main engine start
  3 x 24V battery groups for generator start
  24V DC bank for emergency services
  24V DC service batteries
  24V DC radio batteries

Fuel: 150,000 liters (39,626 US gallons)
24,000 liters (6,349 US gallons)
2 x IDROMAR reverse osmosis water makers each 5,000 liters/hr capacity
Lube Oil:
1,500 liters (396 US gallons)
Dirty Lube Oil:
1,450 liters (383 US gallons)
Grey Water:
4,300 liters (1,138 US gallons)
Black Water: 
4,300 liters (1,138 US gallons)

Communication Equipment (GMDSS Equipped and Certified):

1 x vSAT MOD 9797 C-band and KU-band satellite communication terminal
  1 x Furuno Felcom 70 Fleet 77 Satcom (voice/data/fax)
Cellular System:
1 x GSM/GPRS interface Phone cell type SX5E G98F11EU
VHF Radio-
1 x Furuno VHF transceiver type 8800-DSC (with DSC keyboard)
1 x Furuno VHF radiotelephone type 2127 (port wing with with
  remote handset on starboard wing)
  1 x Furuno SSB radiotelephone type FS1570 with DSC
  1 x Iridium Sailor telephone type SC4000 (for high latitudes)
Magnetic Compass:
1 x C Plath JUPITER magnetic compass
Gyro Compass:
1 x C Plath gyro compass type NAVIGAT x MK2
Automatic Pilot:
1 x C Plath NAVOIPILOT 4000 autopilot system with rudder
  angle feedback unit, gyro compass and electronic compass 
  heading information input
Chart Plotter:
1 x Furuno ECDIS electronic chart display type FEA-2107BB
  1 x Furuno chart/video plotter type GD-1920C BB

1 x Furuno GP150 DGPS
  1 x Furuno GP37 DGPS
1 x Furuno NX-700A receiver 

1 x Furuno AIS system
Wind Instruments:
1 x Arimar ultrasonic wind sensors comprising of wind, pressure, 
  humidity with displays on bridge, at each wing station, the Captain's 
  cabin and crew mess.
Retractable forward facing sonar Farsounder 500
Steering System:     
No. 2 CL 2 - B201 Marsili double cylinder type - rudder torque   
Bow Thruster:
200kW Naid electric bowthruster
Quantum zero speed stabilizers
Fuel Separator:
Alfa Laval centrifugal fuel separator type PA-600 (1,000 liters/hr capacity)
Oil/Water Separator:
DV2 Oil Chief oil/water separator
Fire/Bilge Pump:
Gianneschi ("G") ACM 502 BT Capacity 21-15m3/h - 26-53 head 
  - 7.5kW @ 1,450 revs
  Maxi Sub G secondary bilge pump
3 x boilers with 300 liter capacity
Sewage Treatment:
DV2 sewage treatment system
Water Closets:
Vacuum flush WC system (2-jets system)
Air Conditioning:
Condaria air conditioning system with fan coils throughout the 
  yacht (capability for -15 C winter operating temperature 
  and 35 C summer temperature).
2 x Gianeschi variable speed drive-controlled fans
  2 x G engine room extractors

Anchor Windlass:   
2 x Officina Nanni anchor windlasses with vertical warping capstans
  and cable gypsies
Aft Warping 
2 x electrically operated aft warping capstans
Ground Tackle:
2 x 780kG HHP bow anchors each connected to 192.5m of 
  24mm galvanized steel stud linked anchor chain
Hydraulically operated aft boarding passerelle
Side Boarding 
Hydraulically operated side boarding ladder on starboard side
which connects to side shell door from beach club

Gym Equipment:    
Gym forward on main deck to starboard
Main Tender:
1 x 9.5m Custom Zodiac Hurricane RIB with 430 hp inboard
  Volvo D6 diesel jet drive, pneumatic seats, dive tank storage and 
  folding bimini over the helm station (stored in garage forwards on
  starboard side)
1 x 6.0m Smuggler Marine RIB with inboard diesel jet drive
  (stored in garage aft)
  1 x 4.2m Zodiac RIB MCA rescue boat tender
  (stored below deck on port side forwards)
Diving Equipment:
Comprehensive diving equipment including Nitrox
  Coltri MCH-16/ET compact compressor

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

2012 Showboats Design Awards for Exterior Design and Styling category Displacement Motor Yachts
from 30m – 59m

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

Please note:  Not For Sale to US Residents While in US Waters.



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