GALVAS yacht is a 56-meter (183.8-foot) superyacht built in the Netherlands by Heesen Yachts, a well-known shipyard.
She was launched in 2019. This magnificent yacht can accommodate 12 guests and 13 crew members in sumptuous luxury.
|Interior Designer:||Reymond Langton|
|Exterior Designer:||H2 yacht Design|
GALVAS yacht interior
The crew and mess area is located on the lower deck, as are the bulk of the guest accommodations. The stern houses the engine room and a big beach club.
On the main deck, there is a master suite next to a port-side galley, as well as crew and guest hallways. They ascend to the upper stories and connect to a central salon.
It seats up to 12 people in a stunning modern environment designed by Reymond Langton Design.
Rectangular full-height windows fill the space with light and contribute to the ambiance.
The lounge aft is open-plan, as is the rest of the ship. Its pleasant atmosphere is enhanced with sofas, armchairs, and coffee tables.
The helm station is located on the top deck’s front. It features a sofa where guests may unwind and take in the view regardless of the weather.
The twin staterooms are located in the boat’s center, with a tiny galley and bathroom. The sky lounge, on the other hand, features a wet bar to port and a big lounge to starboard.
On the lower deck, adjacent to the beach club, there is a wide outdoor space where guests may unwind by the ocean.
Stairs lead up to the aft main deck, which features a C-shaped lounge, two drinks tables, and additional seating for sunbathing.
When the ship docks, the upper deck aft connects to the sky lounge by steps from the main deck aft. The space has an outside dining area shaded by the sundeck overhang, as well as enough seats at the rear of the boat.
You can access the foredeck through side tunnels. A C-shaped couch with drinks tables and an umbrella is located in front of the helm station.
Sunloungers are located in the sundeck’s aft portion; a huge outdoor dining table and a sofa for after-dinner cocktails are located in the deck’s center.
On the sundeck, visitors may enjoy a large sunbed and an elevated Jacuzzi while soaking up the sun.
The GALVAS yacht measures 183 feet overall, with a beam of 9.6 meters (31.5 feet), and a draught of 4 meters (13.1 ft).
She has a displacement of 770 tonnes and a peak speed of 15.5 knots. Her typical cruising speed is roughly 13 knots.
She is powered by twin MTU diesel engines, which provide her with a range of up to 3300 nautical miles at a speed of 13 knots.
Annual operating expenses for the GALVAS yacht are expected to exceed $4.5 million.
GALVAS yacht owner – Valerie Subbotin
The GALVAS yacht is owned by Valerie Subbotin, a Russian who is the Chairman of LukArco, a subsidiary of Russian oil. He is reported to have a net worth of £120 million.