ACACIA Yacht Description
ACACIA is a beautiful 40-meter Sunseeker motor yacht built in 2011 and newly refitted.
She has a three-deck and five-cabin configuration. She is very well-maintained, with the latest update in 2022.
The master suite is located on the main deck with a bi-level en-suite bathroom that includes his and hers sinks and a beautiful walk-in shower. The remaining guest cabins are split between four en-suite cabins on the lower deck: two VIP suites and two twin cabins (each twin room can be converted to a queen as needed and are equipped with an additional Pullman berth).
Since ACACIA’s build, she has had regular servicing and upgrades, including teak replacement on the sun deck and new interior flooring in 2020. Accompanying these upgrades, she has had a stunning hull repaint in Majestic Blue in 2019 that sets her apart as a visual beauty. She has additionally completed her 10-year RINA Class Survey in 2021.
The flybridge is made for entertaining guests on hot summer days; it is home to a Jacuzzi, sun pads, a sit-up bar, and cooling water misting systems to keep guests relaxed and refreshed when needed. There are two folding dining tables that provide an al fresco dining option and can seat up to 12 guests when extended.
A second dining area can be found forward of the main saloon and seats 12, with walnut wenge wood flooring underfoot that runs the entire deck from the lounge to the master stateroom forward.
As much as guests will enjoy the interior and exterior of the yacht itself, ACACIA is equipped for many adventurous as well as relaxing activities. She has a 35-foot Scout tender (with 3 Yamaha 300 engines) as well as a 19-foot Williams Sportjet that is excellent for wakeboarding, waterskiing, fishing, snorkeling, and cruising to a destination. The Scout is also excellent for accommodating beach picnics with land sports and water sports including Seabobs, kayaks, paddle boards, and toys such as floats and games. It accommodates sand toys as well and can be equipped for a beach set up–including chairs, tents, umbrellas, and even massage tables.
Presented by DMA Yachting, the impressive charter yacht ACACIA is a 131 ft motor yacht featuring a hot tub. ACACIA spends the summer and winter season in the Bahamas. She was delivered by the ship builder Sunseeker in 2011. A well-done refit was fulfilled in 2020. The ingenious yacht layout features 5 cozy cabins and comfortably accommodates up to 10 guests.
ACACIA is classified as a superyacht. The roomy aft deck continues to the the heart of the yacht - the main saloon. The main saloon is a gathering space with comfortable seating and entertainment areas and offers a range of entertainment options. 5 elegant cabins are thoughtfully spread out with vison for maximum room, access, comfort and privacy.
The motor yacht features No. Main Engines: 2 Engine Manufacturer: MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH Type and Model#: 12V 4000 M93 Total Power: 4680 kW @ 2100rpm Maximum Speed: 23.0 kts @ 2100 rpm Minimum Speed: 6.0 kts @ 500 rpm Thrusters: 2 (Fore and Aft) Rudders: 2 Max. Rudder Angle: 30 Degrees Propellers: 2 (Variable Pitch) Anchors: 2 (210 kg/463lbs each) Anchor Rode: Port - 150 meters engines .
Master, King with stairs to ensuite bath
Port aft VIP, Queen
Stbd aft VIP, Queen
Port midship, Twin/Convertible (with Pullman)
Stbd midship, Twin/Convertible (with Pullman)
What is the cabin arrangement of ACACIA?
- 1 Master cabin
- 2 VIP cabins
- 2 Twin cabins
- 2 Pullman cabins
ACACIA Yacht Charter Price
|# of charter days||Base Price||APA (deposit for provisioning, fuel, docking fees, etc)||Total||Note|
|14 day charter||280,000$ to 310,000$||56,000$ to 93,000$||336,000$ to 403,000$||Discounts outside the main season are common.|
|7 day charter||140,000$ to 155,000$||28,000$ to 46,500$||168,000$ to 201,500$||Standard charter rate, base for all calculations.|
|3 day charter||70,000$ to 77,500$||14,000$ to 23,250$||84,000$ to 100,750$||The usual formula is the 7 day charter rate divided by 6, times the number of days (3). Boat policy might differ. 140,000$ / 6 * 3 days = 70,000$|
|1 day charter||23,333$ to 31,000$||4,667$ to 7,750$||28,000$ to 38,750$||Please inquire, the possibility/availability of a 1 day charter needs to be verified.|
All prices are generated by a calculator and serve as a guide for new charterers. Any additional information of the Price Details section has priority over above. Availability is always subject to confirmation. Gratuity not included for it's discretionary character, usually 5%-25% of the Base Price.
Price from: $140,000
High season rate: $155,000
$140,000 per week + 40% APA + 4% Bahamas tax + 10% Bahamas VAT
$155,000 per week + 40% APA + 4% Bahamas tax + 10% Bahamas VAT (Christmas and New Year's 10 night minimum)
3 night minimum
72 hr turnaround is requested between charters.$140,000 per week + 40% APA + 4% Bahamas tax + 10% Bahamas VAT
$155,000 per week + 40% APA + 4% Bahamas tax + 10% Bahamas VAT (Christmas and New Year's 10 night minimum)
3 night minimum
72 hr turnaround is requested between charters.
Price TermsPlus Expenses
Diving Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Televisions 40-60" (Salons & Stateroom)
Crestron Media & Kaleidescape
DirecTV (Salon & Staterooms)
Apple TVs (Each Staterooms)
Full streaming service including: DirectTV (XTRA, Entertainment Pack, Premium Music, HBO, Showtime, Starz), Apple TV+, Netflix, Hulu Live TV (No Ads), Disney+, ESPN, Prime Video, HBO Max, YouTube TV, Peacock, Universal+, Starz, Plex, Spotify
Captain: Joseph Thompson
Joseph Thompson (Captain)
Captain Joe was born and raised on the small Bahamian island of Elbow Cay in the Abacos Islands. Influenced by his love and passion for the ocean, he decided to pursue a career on the water and began his career by attending the Massachusetts Maritime academy. He worked on large commercial vessels throughout his cadetship before taking his experience to the yachting industry. Captain Joe has been in the yachting industry for over 10 years and is extremely knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and leads his programs with an easy-going style. He has worked on strongly established charter programs for the majority of his career, making him well versed in providing a wonderful experience for all guests on board. When Joe is not on the open seas, you will find him surfing and enjoying quality time with his wife.
Samuel Brown (Chief Officer)
Samuel spent his childhood years in Cornwall, England, where he followed in his family's footsteps and became a 5th generation commercial lobstermen. Sam knew from an early age he was destined for a life at sea and by age 16 he began working full time on fishing vessels, eventually working up to captain of his own program. In 2015, he decided to transition his maritime experience to the yachting industry and has spent the last seven years on vessels ranging from 380’ private programs to 130’ charter yachts. Sam is currently studying to become a yacht captain in the future and in his free time he enjoys both scuba and free diving.
Felix Noonoo (Chief Engineer)
Engineer Felix joins M/Y Acacia from Elmina, Ghana. He grew up on the West Coast beaches of Africa and was inspired to work on vessels by his grandfathers' career as a Marine Engineer. Felix attended Maritime University in his home country earning his degree in Marine Engineering before starting his career on commercial ships. He worked on commercial programs for 14 years, ascending the engineering ladder while continuing his educational certifications and traveling all around the world. He was introduced to yachting by a friend and decided to apply his engineering expertise in the yachting industry. Felix is the go-to for all projects both big and small and is committed to the function and safety of M/Y Acacia. When he is not in the Engine room, Felix enjoys spending time with his two young daughters and finding new and interesting places to visit.
Allison Sabo (Chief Stew)
Allison was born and raised in a small town in Indiana. She attended post graduate school at Indiana University with her degree in Human Resource Management, specializing in managing cultural diversity and found the yachting industry, filled with many cultures, would be a great way to integrate her educational experiences along with seeing the world. Throughout her time in the industry, Allison has worked for prestigious programs in all areas of the Interior. She has a passion for service and in-depth knowledge of all forms ranging from high end formal events, to relaxed beach picnics and theme nights. She is dedicated to providing the highest level of service to guests and ensures your time onboard will be a personalized and memorable experience. In her free time, Allison enjoys surfing and beach volleyball.
Phil Browning (Chef)
Chef Phil began his career at 12 years old working as a part-time dishwasher after school in his hometown of Shropshire, England. After training in England and working his way up at highly acclaimed restaurants, Phil became a citizen of the world to explore different cultures and broaden his culinary skills. He settled down in Denmark after years of traveling and took his talents to Café Victor, where he cooked for royalty and celebrities daily. While working in Denmark, he discovered yachting and returned to his passion of being a world traveling chef. Chef Phil is an expert at his craft and creates innovative dishes catered to your preferences that make every dining experience one to remember. When Phil is not in the galley he enjoys skateboarding and exploring whatever location we are in.
Rhys Channon (Bosun)
Growing up a stones throw away from the ocean in Cornwall, England, Rhys has always enjoyed living on the water. His family consists of multiple competitive sportsman and Rhys decided to make his own way in watersports by becoming a pro surfer where he combined his love for the water and travel, competing all around Europe and Africa. After ending his surfing career, Rhys knew yachting was the perfect industry to implement his skills and strong work ethic. He is a certified instructor in a wide variety of activities both onboard and ashore and is happy to instruct you in any water activities. As an experienced Bosun, with seven years of experience in the industry, Rhys is dedicated to providing safe and exciting experiences throughout your stay. In his spare time, Rhys enjoys spending time with his fiancé, scuba diving, and property hunting for new additions to his property portfolio.
Brianne Ricketts (2nd stew)
Hailing from Oregon, Brianne grew up studying dance and Spanish- two passions that collided into inspiration while she was living abroad in Barcelona. While living in Spain, Brianne took an interest in vineyards and studied wine in-depth chose to apply this knowledge upon returning home where she worked as an Event Manager at a Pacific Northwest winery. This position sparked her interest in high end service which inspired her to pursue a career in the yachting industry. Brianne has been a stewardess for three years, working in Europe and Southwest Florida for most of her career. She is driven to provide the highest level of excellence in hospitality and takes pride in working alongside her crew mates. In her free time, Brianne enjoys fashion and exploring podcasts to brush up on new and interesting topics.
Christy Leather (Deck/Stew)
Christy has lived in various cities and towns in South Africa, where she was born. Growing up in St. Francis Bay surrounded by the ocean and family with a passion for boating, she finds joy in being on the water. Christy attended University where she studied Business and Law, however upon graduating realized she wanted to pursue a career involving more adventure which brought her to yachting. After completing both deckhand and stewardess courses, Christy joined her first yacht in Ft. Lauderdale, M/Y Acacia, and has been onboard since. As the deckhand/stewardess she is a versatile crew member with an enthusiasm for providing top-notch service in both departments. When she is not working, Christy enjoys staying active by running and attending fitness classes along with continuing to take part in water sports.