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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 .

Full Beam Master Stateroom
Full Beam Master Stateroom
Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom

Accommodation

Main deck:
Master, King with stairs to ensuite bath

Lower deck:
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 king cabin
  • 2 queen cabins
  • 2 twin cabins
  • 2 pullman cabins

ACACIA

Sundeck
Sundeck
  • Weekly price:
    $140,000 - $155,000

    Low Season | High Season

  • Length: 131'
  • # of Guests: 10
  • # of Cabins: 5
  • # of Crew: 8
  • Builder: Sunseeker
  • Cruising Speed: 19 kts
  • Max. Speed: 24 kts
  • Built Year: 2011
  • Refit: 2020
Open Bar Area along with seating on the Flybridge
Open Bar Area along with seating on the Flybridge

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 Details

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 Terms

Plus Expenses
Twin/convertible with a Pullman
Twin/convertible with a Pullman
VIP Guest Stateroom
VIP Guest Stateroom

ACACIA Yacht Charter Locations

Summer Season

Winter Season

Amenities

Salon Stereo: Yes
Salon Tv: Yes
Sat Tv: Yes
Multimedia System: Yes
Nude: Inq
Crew Pets: No
Guest Pets: No
Water Maker: Yes
Ice Maker: Yes
Board Games: Yes
Sun Awning: Yes
Special Diets: Inq
Kosher: Inq
Bbq: Yes
Gay Charters: Inq
YachtNudeCharters: Inq
Hairdryers: Yes
Crew Smokes: Inq
Children Ok: Yes

Specifications

Tube:
Guests: 10
Maxspeed: 24 kts
Draft: 9
Cruising Speed: 19 kts
Helipad:
Ac:
Ac Night:
Built: 2011
Turnaround: 72 hrs
Cabins: 5
King: 1
Queen: 2
Double:
Single:
Twin: 2
Pullman: 2
Showers: 5
Basins:
Heads: 7
Electric Heads:
Jacuzzi:
Open area for the Main Salon
Open area for the Main Salon
Spacious Dining Area
Spacious Dining Area

Features

BBQ: Yes
AC: Full
Internet: Onboard WIFI
Cruising Speed: 19 kts
Max Speed: 24 kts

Layout

Layout of ACACIA

More Specifications

Flag: Cayman Islands
Homeport: Albany, Bahamas
Resort Course:
Yacht Permit: 2
Yacht License: 2
Yacht Mca: 1
Yacht Insurance:

Diving Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Air Compressor: Not Onboard
Scuba On Board: Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Fishing

Fishing Gear:
Fishing Gear Type: 8 x Shimano Fishing Reels & Pl
Rods:
Deep Sea Fishing:

Green Initiatives

Green Initiative:
Reusable Bottles:
Other Green Efforts:
Sundeck
Sundeck

Water Sports

Dinghy Size:
Kayaks 1 Pax:
Kayaks 2 Pax:
Dinghy Hp:
Floating Mats:
Dinghy Pax:
Swim Platform:
Water Skis Adult:
Boarding Ladder:
Water Skis Kids: 2
Sailing Dinghy:
Jet Skis:
Beach Games:
Wave Runners:
Kneeboard:
Windsurfer:
Snorkel Gear:
Underwater Camera:
Scurfer:
Underwater Video:
Wake Board:
Paddleboard:

Crew

Crew Information

Captain: Hamish Hollingsworth

Hamish Hollingsworth (Captain)
Captain Hamish is a character in all forms.
He has extensive experience in cruising along the eastern seaboard from New England to the Caribbean. Not only is Hamish extremely professional & passionate about his career, his desire to entertain and witty sense of humor make him a favorite amongst guests and crew. With ten of the last eleven years in the yachting industry as a captain / engineer, his problem-solving capabilities have taken him far crewing on yachts up to 70m+ while working his way up from deckhand to captain early in his career. His childhood was spent growing up on the islands in Desolation sound British Columbia Canada, where kayaking with orcas & humpback whales was the normal.

Rory Montgomery (Chief Officer):
Rory was born in Scotland, raised in the south of England and has traveled much of the world for work and leisure. Entering the yachting industry in 2013 he was drawn to the engine room with his background in aerospace engineering, but soon found himself more at home in the deck department being outside and active. He is attracted to a range of sports and activities but most of all he is a very keen skier. In his spare time you will find him at the gym, running, playing pool, traveling and exploring new places and of course, skiing. Rory has cruised the waters of the Caribbean and Bahamas, the Mediterranean, SE Asia, East coast USA and has crossed the Atlantic twice. Recently
completing his chief officer 3000gt ticket he is now excited about cruising more of the world in the yachting industry.

Federico Serra (Chief Engineer)
Freddy started his career as a Marine Engineer in the Navy School when was 19 years old. During this time, he was taking different theoretical and practical classes together along with his summertime internship as a cadet. After Six years in Navy School, he began working as a cadet officer in both cargo ships and cruise ships. In 2011 he launched his career as a second engineer on his first yacht. Ever since then his marine engineering has grown exponentially. The interest and self -improvement has motivated him to take several courses and exams (both written and oral) He was able to obtain his Chief Engineer Unlimited Qualification and his United Kingdom Maritime Coastguard Agency Y2 Qualification. A very calm natured person, Freddy has a logical and well thought approach to problem solving. He enjoys keeping fit by playing tennis. Growing up in Montevideo, Uruguay he also loves to scuba dive and surf.

Jessica Rynaski (Chief Stewardess)
Jessica was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, where she cultivated her artistic and musical skills. Her first job working as a florist is where her love for design and nature flourished. Growing up near the base of Mt. Hood, she always found herself in nature, exploring the hiking trails and chasing waterfalls. After going to college for a Business degree, Jessica worked in guest service, and in office environments, and eventually worked up to be the Accounts Payable manager at a large corporation before making moves to join the Yachting Industry. She was intrigued by the opportunity to make people happy while also utilizing the creativity she was born with. She has taken Interior and Silver Service courses to widen her scope, and has been lucky to have been mentored and trained closely with everyone she’s worked with, learning all it takes to create a welcoming and clean environment. Her high attention to detail and affinity for creating unique experiences for everyone around her makes for memorable trips onboard Acacia. Jessica still enjoys creating art and music in her spare time, and loves being near and in the water.

Christy Leather (Deck/Stew):
Christy has lived in various cities and towns in South Africa, where she was born. She studied business and law at university and decided to branch out, finding herself in the yachting industry due to a familiarity with boating and a love for the ocean. Christy intends on sharing her passion by giving you a magical experience on the water.

Brianne Ricketts (2nd stew):
Born and raised in Oregon, Brianne grew up studying dance, Spanish and wine – three passions that collided into inspiration while she was living abroad in Barcelona. After returning to Oregon, Brianne began working as an Event manager at a local winery. Driven to peruse the highest level of excellence in hospitality, Brianne moved to Fort Lauderdale in 2020 to begin her yachting career. Since then, she has worked on yachts in Fort Lauderdale and Europe, honing her stewardess skills along the way. Brianne takes pride in working alongside her crew-mates to create an enchanting experience for all aboard Acacia.

Rhys Channon (Bosun):
Rhys was born and raised in England, Cornwall. From a young age he has loved doing all sort of sports and his main passion is surfing which he has done competitively all over the world. He joined yachting 5 years ago to travel world meeting new people and try amazing foods. Rhys looks forward to making your time on board memorable.

Olga Lupu (Chef):
Olga grew up on a farm in Ukraine, where she learned cooking from her mother and grandmothers. She moved to Odessa, where she graduated cooking school. Her biggest dream was to work at sea! So Olga joined the cruise ship industry for 4 years as a bar waitress/bartender. After that she joined the yacht industry, at first as a stew/cook, sous chef and eventually a sole chef. Olga took additional trainings to perfect her skills and diversify her culinary repertoire. She spent 3 years in the Mediterranean and finally moved to the Bahamas.
Olga loves exploring new flavors and cooking techniques alongside with discovering new destinations!








Main image of ACACIA yacht
Open area for the Main Salon
Open area for the Main Salon
Spacious Dining Area
Spacious Dining Area
Sundeck
Sundeck
Open Bar Area along with seating on the Flybridge
Open Bar Area along with seating on the Flybridge
Full Beam Master Stateroom
Full Beam Master Stateroom
Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom
Twin/convertible with a Pullman
Twin/convertible with a Pullman
VIP Guest Stateroom
VIP Guest Stateroom
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Sun deck lounge area
Sun deck lounge area
Sun deck
Sun deck
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