Steve Kozloff has unveiled a new gigayacht concept called Galleon. Inspired by the multi-decked sailing ships of Yore, the concept yacht design has been brought to the future through the addition of modern-day amenities including both indoor and outdoor pools, a full-sized basketball court, an air craft hangar, a heliport and four submarines among others.
The Galleon gigayacht concept by Steve Kozloff is an expansive 160-meter vessel with eight different decks. It’s massive size gives it the flexibility of being a cruise ship for up to 200 guests, a sailing vessel with up to 20 private residences, or a large sailing yacht for one owner. On the upper deck guests will find a lounging area, a full luxury bar, and a 74′ by 32′ pool while a 44.5′ by 25′ indoor pool is located on the level below the bridge deck. Both pools featured an automated hard cover designed by Kozloff that can seal them in order to avoid draining them in rough conditions. On the upper forward decks are two lazy river pools connected by a waterslide.
Sports have also been highlight in this gigayacht. For those who enjoy moving the body, the Galleon features an indoor sports center with a full-sized basketball court, a tennis court, and four handball courts. The many open common areas in the hull can include amenities such as a park, café, pub, theater, restaurant and more.
The galleon has four full-beam garages designed for six luxury speedboat tenders, four U-boat worx NEMO submarines, six rib tenders, and 21 personal water crafts. Each garage is equipped with a launch and recovery system for all water vessels. Two cranes are available to load and off-load recreation vehicles. The 4,500 sq ft fully-enclosed hangar includes space for 10 helicopters and an aircraft maintenance facility. Twelve free-fall lifeboats for both crew and guests can accommodate up to 30 people each. Also be sure to check TOP 10 Most Expensive Luxury Yachts.