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The motor yacht is part of the Dutch shipyard’s Limited Editions 180 range, and owes its sporty exterior design to Tim Heywood while the interior, refinedly developed in the Deco style, is the work of Laura Sessa. Its name, Galene, comes from an ancient Greek term meaning serenity and tranquility.One of Galene’s special features is its specially selected crew, which makes it the perfect luxury charter yacht for thrill-seekers and fun lovers. In fact, every crew member is fond of water sports and trained to use a variety of water toys.Guests can take full advantage of Jet-Skis, Seabobs, paddleboards, Wakeboards and a yacht watersurfing, to name a few. There’s no shortage of relaxation on board, in fact the yacht is crowned by a large sundress that offers a shady dining room, a large hot tub, an elegant bar and a variety of options to relax.The yacht offers accommodation for a total of 12 guests in five cabins, sharing the same elegant Art Deco themes as its social areas. A palette of colors, ranging from cream to coffee, contributes to the refined on-board vibe.Galene is available for summer 2020 at a price of 275,000 euros/p/week plus expenses. If you are interested in traveling between the magnificent Italian and Croatian coasts it is the right ship for you.
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