Delicious and gourmet food is an integral part of a superyacht cruise. But a chef can't just do magic. We'll take a look at 10 of the most interesting galleys!
The 136-meter Flying Fox, launched in 2019, has not one, but two galleys aboard. The grand culinary space includes a 10-door oven, separate pizza oven and two teppanyaki grills, as well as a Brazilian Churrasco grill and a Spanish Josper charcoal grill. With such a variety of offerings, guests will be satisfied while on board this charter yacht.
The 20 square meter galley aboard the superyacht Bintador is probably the largest one can find on a 50 meter yacht.
There is enough space in the galley for six people. According to the creators, a spacious and comfortable galley was a must for the owner. She loves to cook and entertain guests, and the galley has windows on three sides so she can see the crew passing by and some of the guest quarters.
The owner of the 39-meter catamaran The Beast asked for a galley dining room, which will be adjacent to the salon. This entire area was designed in such a way as to become the center of the entire yacht. The place where all roads lead. In other words, a space for relaxation.
A teppanyaki grill was installed on the sun deck, allowing the chef to showcase his culinary skills in front of an audience.
The extraordinary interior of the first sailing yacht Spirit 111 Geist was created by Rhoades Young. The main saloon includes a lounge and dining area, chart table and galley - one open, circular area, illuminated from above by Spirit's signature fan windows in the deck.
Initially, the galley was different. All the key elements were in sight, but the client wanted more elegant shapes. Now all the elements of the galley are located under the worktop and inside the cabinets.
Launched in 2021, the 76m Boardwalk features a guest galley on the main deck. It is a favorite spot for relaxed family meals.
The designers have created pleasing combinations of dark wood cabinets, marble surfaces and sparkling silver panels.
Orange is featured in a vibrant palette of hues throughout the 40m Genesia. And even in the galley! It has a pleasant atmosphere thanks to the use of orange corian to frame Miele appliances.
The 27-meter Sanlorenzo SX88 was designed by Piero Lissoni and features a fully open kitchen next to the dining area. “I always imagine yachts, even very large ones, as follows: they are very open, very comfortable spaces for life, which allow us to be in contact with our surroundings,” says Lissoni. This is how he explains his approach to the creation and ideology of the yacht.
The unusual layout of Roberto Cavalli's 27m Freedom yacht suggests that the full beam galley and dining area are located on the lower deck.
Cavalli loves to cook himself, which is why the galley was made to be spacious, with plenty of tables and a good sound system. It's so big that Cavalli said, "He's bigger than my bedroom."
The M55 was built from steel and aluminum by Yildiz Gemi and commissioned in 2021. The 41m motor yacht has a bright oblong galley illuminated by six rose gold lamps. There is plenty of space for preparing meals during the reception, as well as a large refrigerator, oven and induction hob.
The spacious galley aboard Silver Fox, the second yacht in the Baglietto T-Line 48 series, has been a major selling point for an owner who lives by the happy crew, happy guests principle. An atmosphere of hospitality and home comfort reigns in the galley.
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