Spacious interiors and plenty of old-world charm – the Galileo is all about small ship experiences with big ship comforts.
The M/S Galileo is your home at sea in Greece. As a Motor Sailer, the Galileo mostly uses motors for propulsion, reaching a cruising speed of 11 knots, but also has sails for a more romantic option. Built in 2007 and renovated in 2016, the Galileo can accommodate 49 guests in 25 nicely appointed cabins. Traditional wood panelling and trim are found throughout the boat, adding to the old-world charm. We believe in travelling on our stomachs, so the onboard menu reflects typical Greek dishes. And as a smaller ship, the Galileo can dock in smaller ports that larger ships can’t reach, away from the tourist crowds.
The spacious, 48-metre (157-foot) Galileo provides plenty of indoor and outdoor space to relax. Soak in passing scenery from the large sun deck, equipped with sun beds, deck chairs and tables with umbrellas. Enjoy meals in the comfortable indoor dining room, or toast to your adventures with fellow travellers in the indoor or shaded outdoor lounge with bar.
• Service of 1 or 2 local tour leaders (depending on passenger number)
• Minimum of 2 meals daily prepared by your onboard chef
• Fully stocked bar with professional bartender (charges apply)
• Full daily cabin service
• Evening turn down service
• Beach towels
• Wi-Fi (charges apply)
• Laundry service (charges apply)
• Use of kayaks, snorkels, stand-up paddleboards and fishing equipment
All cabins on the Galileo come equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Each room has an ensuite bathroom stocked with basic toiletries and a hairdryer. There’s individually controlled air conditioning if you need to cool down, a mini-fridge, television, internal telephone and safe box. All plugs are 220 volts, 2-pin European-type plugs, so don’t forget to bring an adaptor if you need one.
Category A Cabins:
• Location: upper deck
• Size: 12–13 square metres
• Windows out to promenade deck
• Bed: either two twin beds (lower berths) or one double bed. Some cabins have a pull down upper bunk to accommodate a third person.
Category B Cabins:
• Location: lower deck, either midships or stern
• Size: 11–14 square metres
• Windows: two portholes
• Bed: most cabins have flexible bedding so can have either twin (lower berths) or double bed
Category C Cabins:
• Location: lower deck at the bow or stern
• Size: 11 square metres
• Windows: two portholes
• Bed: either two twin (lower berth) or one double bed
Red: Category A
Blue: Category B
Yellow: Category C
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