Make new discoveries in the Greek Islands on the Galileo.
You won’t find another cruise ship quite like the Galileo. The old-world charm of this classic steel Motor Sailer is unmatched in the Mediterranean. Although the engine usually propels the 48-metre (157-foot) ship at a cruising speed of 11 knots, island hopping with the sails raised is always an inviting option. Grab a drink and sit under the shade of the rigging on the deck, or enjoy a meal in the indoor dining room of elegant wood and leather finish. Travelling on a smaller boat means we can pull up to the ports away from tourists and swim in Mediterranean waters without another ship in sight.
The Galileo accommodates up to 49 guests in 25 cabins, with a crew of up to 18. Sample local cuisine from the comfort of the indoor dining room, or enjoy the seaside views from the outdoor bar and lounge. The indoor lounge features an American bar, where you can share a drink with your fellow passengers. The sundeck comes complete with lounges and chairs, and umbrellas for a sensible spot of shade.
• Turndown service twice a day
• Fully equipped laundry service
• Towels for swimming
• Swimming platform (weather permitting)
• Fully stocked bar with professional bartender (charges apply)
• Wi-Fi is available for a small charge, though signal can be spotty at time and sometimes unavailable in more remote locations
• Use of kayaks and snorkelling equipment
• Mini library
• Board games
• Central music
• CD and DVD player
• Audiovisual equipment in lounge
No matter which cabin you choose to stay in, you’re sure to be in for a comfortable trip. Each room has an ensuite with toilet and shower stocked with basic amenities, including a hairdryer. If the sundeck’s getting too warm, you can stay cool in your cabin with individually controlled air conditioning and a mini-fridge stocked with water. Rooms all have a satellite television, power plugs, internal phone, and a safe box to keep your valuables.
Cabins are available in the following configurations:
• Category A: Located on the upper deck. These are the largest cabins, with large portholes and a choice between twin or double beds. 12–13 square metres in size.
• Category B: Located on the lower deck. Each cabin has two porthole windows and a flexible twin bed configuration. 11–14 square metres in size.
• Category C: Located on the lower deck. Each cabin has two porthole windows and a choice of double or twin beds. 11 square metres in size.
Red: Category A
Blue: Category B
Yellow: Category C
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