M/Y ACACIA is a beautiful 40-meter Sunseeker motor yacht built in 2011 and newly refitted in 2022. ACACIA has a tri-deck and five-cabin configuration.
The full-beam primary suite is on the main deck with a bi-level en-suite bathroom that includes his and her sinks and a beautiful walk-in shower. The remaining four en-suite guest cabins are on the lower deck: two VIP suites and two twin cabins (each twin cabin can be converted to a double and have an additional Pullman berth). The sky deck comes furnished with exercise and yoga equipment but shines when entertaining guests with a Jacuzzi, sit-up bar, sun pads, and cooling water misting systems to keep guests relaxed and refreshed. Two folding dining tables provide an al fresco dining option and can seat up to 10 guests when extended. The upper deck aft has a second al fresco dining table that can seat 10 guests that leads into the upper salon with a wet bar, breakfast table, and entertainment area featuring a 55-inch television (one of eight onboard). Entertainment onboard features multiple wireless access points, DirecTV, all major streaming services, Kaleidescape, and video games. ACACIA´s main deck includes a formal dining area with walnut wenge wood flooring underfoot that runs the entire deck from the lounge to the master stateroom. Just behind the dining area is a large formal salon that leads out to the aft deck, where you can find couches for relaxing above the swim platform.
As much as guests will enjoy the interior and exterior of this superyacht, ACACIA is ready for adventures or relaxing activities. She has a 35-foot Scout tender with a cabin and boasting 900hp from three Yamaha 300 engines. The Scout is well suited for fishing, snorkeling, diving, cruising to destinations, and accommodating beach picnics. ACACIA has a second tender, a 19-foot Williams SportJet, excellent for wakeboarding, waterskiing, and tubing. ACACIA offers a variety of water sports, including eFoils, Seabobs, kayaks, paddle boards, floats, and a custom FunAir Beach Club with netted pool. ACACIA´s beach setup won´t disappoint with beach dining, loungers, tents, umbrellas, sports equipment, sand toys, and even a massage table.
Since ACACIA´s build, she has had regular servicing and upgrades, including new satellite internet and television, teak replacement on the sun deck, and new interior flooring in 2022. Accompanying these upgrades, she has had a stunning hull repaint in Majestic Blue in 2019 that sets her apart as a visual beauty. ACACIA has something for everyone. Charter ACACIA today and allow her exceptional crew to deliver an experience that will create memories that last a lifetime.
Cruising Area of Acacia
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)
Acacia Crew Profile
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!
Acacia CalendarAvailableBookedHold (can be challenged)Unavailable
Acacia Reservations & Port Locations
|Start Date||End Date||Details (Holds can be challenged)|
|Sep 09, 2022||Oct 25, 2022||Unavailable: Fort Lauderdale, Florida* to Fort Lauderdale, Florida*|
|Oct 26, 2022||Oct 30, 2022||Boat Show: Fort Lauderdale, Florida* to Fort Lauderdale, Florida*|
Acacia Rates / weekThe prices shown are for the entire yacht for a week-long (7 nights) charter.
Low price: $140,000
High price: $155,000
The high and low prices of this yacht depend on both the number of guests and the traveling season. Send us an inquiry for exact pricing.
Yacht terms: Plus Expenses
The price includes a professional crew operating your chartered yacht, but all running expenses such as fuel, tax, provisions and any other costs are extra. Calculate between 15-25% for a sailing yacht and 25-35% for a motor yacht on top of the given rate with an APA cash payment made to the ships agent or captain, who will keep an open tap and produce full accounts of all expenditures. Inquire for more information.
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