Seen here anchored in Sardinia’s Capo Ferro just outside Porto Cervo this past summer season is the 55-metre motor yacht Galileo G. Built by Perini Navi under its former Picchiotti motor yacht brand name in 2011, Galileo G’s relentless world-circumnavigation cruising schedule meant she has been on the move for the past seven years and therefore never really entered the yachting spotlight like other yachts in her size range. This is no surprise, however, as Galileo G was purposefully built to navigate some of the most remote regions of our oceans including the notorious Northwest Passage - a voyage she has undertaken twice. Her strengthened ice-class hull and serious global communications system make her the perfect travel partner to undertake a world voyage with. She returned to the Mediterranean Sea this summer season following the announcement of her being up for sale through Burgess at €28,500,000. Learn more about her exciting travels and adventurous owner in our exclusive interview here.
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