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A unique small ship cruise with both motor and classic sailing capabilities. From a distance Galileo looks like a cousin of the Spanish Galleon, but when on board you’ll find comfortable amenities making the ship an ideal base for exploring the Med. Capacity for 49 guests.



The Galileo offers an unforgettable small ship cruise experience. The ship was originally built in 1992 but was successfully renovated in 2016 to enhance facilities for guests. Cabins are comfortable and fitted with the latest amenities. Communal areas are spacious and offer beautiful views of the surroundings. This ship complies with all stringent safety regulations.


Cabins on Galileo are spread over the upper and lower decks. All have large portholes. There are three categories of cabins onboard the Galileo. The roomy Category A cabins make up the upper deck. These have one large porthole and are the largest of the cabins. Double beds or twin beds available.

Category C and B cabins are on the lower deck. These have two smaller portholes and the option of twin or double beds.

All cabins have AC, a small safe, storage space, music controls and telephones (for internal use). There is also a limited laundry service available.

Public Areas & Facilities

Meals will be taken in the elegant restaurant area. They will either be served to the table by the crew, or they will be self-service from the buffet area. Next to the restaurant area is the comfortable lounge area with plush sofas and an American bar. Board games are also on hand in case of a rainy day. Outside the lounge/bar area is a covered deck area.

The sundeck is expansive and has many sun loungers – great during the day when the sun is out. Guests can also take advantage of the main deck’s outdoor bar area – perfect for a sundowner whilst enjoying the surrounding sparkling sea.