US company designs 520ft megaship Galleon with four giant sails and eight decks

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If you’re a super-wealthy seafarer with an avid interest in sports and luxury living, this gigantic eight-deck superyacht might just be the lavish megaship for you.

The Galleon, the largest design to date in the Goliath series of superyachts, would provide hours of entertainment with plans showing how it would be fitted with a full-sized basketball court, tennis court and four handball courts below deck.

The luxury vessel, designed as a modern version of a Spanish 16th-century galleon freighter, is said to suit multi-millionaires hosting extravagant parties with accommodation for up to 200 guests and 150 crew members.

The Galleon would provide hours of entertainment with plans showing how it would be outfitted with a large basketball court, tennis court and four handball courts below deck

The Galleon would provide hours of entertainment with plans showing how it would be outfitted with a large basketball court, tennis court and four handball courts below deck

The striking red and white design, as well as the four giant sails, give it the look of a multi-deck sailing ship that would not have looked out of place in the Spanish Armada

The striking red and white design, as well as the four giant sails, give it the look of a multi-deck sailing ship that would not have looked out of place in the Spanish Armada

Grand designs: The luxurious vessel, designed as a modern version of a Spanish 16th-century galleon freighter, is said to suit multimillionaires throwing extravagant parties with accommodation for up to 200 guests and 150 crew members

Grand designs: The luxurious vessel, designed as a modern version of a Spanish 16th-century galleon freighter, is said to suit multimillionaires throwing extravagant parties with accommodation for up to 200 guests and 150 crew members

Plans show how the 520-foot vessel will boast an impressive array of sports facilities below deck, as well as two swimming pools and two lazy rivers (pictured) on the upper deck

Plans show how the 520-foot vessel will boast an impressive array of sports facilities below deck, as well as two swimming pools and two lazy rivers (pictured) on the upper deck

California-based designer Steve Kozloff describes the behemoth as an

California-based designer Steve Kozloff describes the behemoth as an “explorer yacht,” which would be capable of cruising the world in luxury. Pictured: A computer-generated image of what the yacht could look like for Dubai

The lavish vessel would have a displacement of nearly 22,000 tons, but could still reach high speeds of 18 knots thanks to its 10,000 horsepower engines.  The superyacht would outshine ordinary sailing yachts, as can be seen in this computer-generated image

The lavish vessel would have a displacement of nearly 22,000 tons, but could still reach high speeds of 18 knots thanks to its 10,000 horsepower engines. The superyacht would outshine ordinary sailing yachts, as can be seen in this computer-generated image

The striking red and white design, as well as the four giant sails, would give the modern Galleon the appearance of a multi-deck sailing ship that would not have looked out of place in the Spanish Armada.

The 158-foot-long design is not far from the 590-foot (179-meter) Azzam yacht, considered the longest yacht in the world and said to be owned by the Royal Royal Family of Abu Dhabi. family.

The fully fenced 4,500 m² hangar is fully equipped for large numbers of guests. It would boast space for 10 helicopters, an aircraft maintenance facility and a landing site – should anyone bring their own.

The big ship would be a displacement tonnage of nearly 22,000 but would still be able to reach high speeds of 18 knots thanks to its 10,000 horsepower engines.

California-based designer Steve Kozloff describes the behemoth as an “explorer yacht,” which would be capable of cruising the world in luxury.

While the designs for the gigantic ship showcase an impressive array of sports facilities below deck, there are also two swimming pools and two lazy rivers on the upper deck.

The Galleon is sure to provide entertainment - it would come with a large basketball court, tennis court and four handball courts below deck

The Galleon is sure to provide entertainment – it would come with a large basketball court, tennis court and four handball courts below deck

The superyacht's upper aft deck also features a beautiful lounge area, full luxury bar and 74 ft by 32 ft pool, while a level below the bridge deck also houses a 44 ft by 35 ft indoor pool

The superyacht’s upper aft deck also features a beautiful lounge area, full luxury bar and 74 ft by 32 ft pool, while a level below the bridge deck also houses a 44 ft by 35 ft indoor pool

The upper front decks also house the two lazy river pools (pictured) connected by a water slide, sure to impress all seafaring guests

The upper front decks also house the two lazy river pools (pictured) connected by a water slide, sure to impress all seafaring guests

The 158-foot design is not far from the 590-foot Azzam yacht, which is considered the longest yacht in the world and is said to be owned by the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi.  Pictured: what the yacht would look like with the sails up

The 158-foot design is not far from the 590-foot Azzam yacht, which is considered the longest yacht in the world and is said to be owned by the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi. Pictured: what the yacht would look like with the sails up

There would be no shortage of open spaces to sit back and relax in the hull, including a cafe, pub, restaurant and many more enviable amenities

There would be no shortage of open spaces to sit back and relax in the hull, including a cafe, pub, restaurant and many more enviable amenities

The 4,500-square-foot fully fenced hangar (pictured) would be fully equipped for guests, with space for 10 helicopters, an aircraft maintenance facility, and a landing pad - should anyone bring their own helicopters

The 4,500-square-foot fully fenced hangar (pictured) would be fully equipped for guests, with space for 10 helicopters, an aircraft maintenance facility, and a landing pad – should anyone bring their own helicopters

The top aft deck of the superyacht also has a beautiful lounge area, a full deluxe bar and a 74 ft by 32 ft pool, while a level below the bridge deck also houses a 44 ft by 35 ft indoor pool.

It is the perfect vessel to relax in style as both have pools automated hard covers that turn into gazebos when the pools are in use.

The upper front decks also house the two lazy river pools connected by a water slide, sure to impress all seafaring guests.

There’s no shortage of open spaces to sit back and relax in the hull, which boasts a cafe, pub, restaurant and many more enviable amenities.

The Galleon also puts safety first as it includes: 12 free-fall lifeboats for crew and guests, each of which can accommodate up to 30 people.

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