17th-Century Spanish Galleons Inspired This 160M Sailing Megayacht

Photo: The Goliath Series/Steve Kozloff

Megayachts, while undeniably cool, can get a bit repetitive. They’re big, they’re fancy, they’re luxurious, yadda yadda yadda. But do you know what they aren’t? Dead ringers for 16th-century Spanish galleons. Or, at least they weren’t until the Goliath Series Galleon came along.

The Galleon is the latest wild concept from designer Steve Kozloff’s Goliath Series, and it may be his best yet. The vessel is every bit a modern-day luxury megayacht, but it apes the look of an old-timey pirate ship. Designed to function as either a 200-person cruise ship, a sailing vessel with 20 private residences, or a sailing yacht for one very eccentric billionaire, the Galleon is massive, measuring 160 meters with eight decks. The ship’s four full-beam garages have room for over 40 boats, submarines, and personal watercraft, while two aft cranes can be employed to load on a plethora of recreational vehicles. Multiple pools, a luxury bar, and a water slide litter the numerous decks, while an indoor sports center with a full-sized basketball court, tennis court, and four handball courts ensure that you’ll get plenty of exercise on board. You can learn more about this wild yacht concept at the Goliath Series website.

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Photo: The Goliath Series/Steve Kozloff
Photo: The Goliath Series/Steve Kozloff
Photo: The Goliath Series/Steve Kozloff