Kozloff has outdone himself in his most recent creation. The expansive 160 meter, 8 deck Galleon has the ability and flexibility to be a sailing cruise ship for up to 200 guests, a sailing vessel with up to 20 private residences, or a large sailing yacht for one owner.
The Galleon has four full-beam garages designed for; six luxury speed boat tenders, four U-Boat Worx NEMO submarines, six rib tenders both port and starboard, and 21 personal watercrafts, and more. Each garage includes an effortless launch and recovery system for all water vessels including the Kozloff invention that easily launches and recovers the U-Boat Worx NEMO submarines.
The 4500 sq ft fully-enclosed hangar includes space for 10 helicopters and an aircraft maintenance facility. Still there remains landing area for guest helicopters.
On the upper aft deck is a lounging area, full luxury bar, and a 74’ by 32’ pool. One level below the bridge deck is a 44.5′ by 35’ indoor pool. Both pools include the Kozloff invention of an automated hard cover that becomes a gazebo when the pools are in use. When not in use the hard covers seal the pool; therefore, no need to drain in rough conditions. On the upper forward decks are two lazy river pools connected by a waterslide.
Galleon features an indoor sports center with a full-sized basketball court, tennis court, and four handball courts.
The many open common areas in the hull can include amenities such as a park, café, pub, restaurant, and more.
The Galleon includes twelve free-fall lifeboats for crew and guests that will accommodate up to 30 people each.
source Steve Kozloff