ACAPELLA Yacht Review

Launched in 2021, the 49m/160.9ft superyacht ACAPELLA has summer celebrations ...



Launched in 2021, the 49m/160.9ft superyacht ACAPELLA has summer celebrations in the Croatia luxury yacht charter grounds in mind, and there is more than enough to tempt guests with a wonderful selection of water toys, comforts, and the signature refined touch of design studio Salt & Water.

The interiors

The beautiful interiors from design studio Salt & Water are a contemporary haven for relaxation and comfort for all guests. The sophisticated monochrome colour scheme creates an environment perfectly suited to marking an anniversary as well as use as a home away from home. Detailing comes in the form of textured wood and stainless steel, which further accents the gentle wave-inspired curves and the vertical lines which create walls, and the 'horizontal' lines that are the ceiling lights for a brightly lit salon and dining area long after sundown. The salon layout includes a forward port-side wet bar and a widescreen TV integrated into the starboard part of the wall. The formal dining area is placed beneath the windows on the same side as the bar, and a plush C-shaped sofa and coffee table opposite and behind, beckon guests to lie back and savour their drinks while watching a film or chatting away.

The exteriors

For all the luxuries on board, there is nothing that can compare with being outside with the scenery and soundscape of the coast. The main deck aft is designed for alfresco dining with a large table for 12 that is suited to special occasions as well as everyday family meals. Sunbeds along the stern make a tempting place to rest in the warm summer air as the group digests the delectable multi-course meal made by the talented on board chef, while the foredeck has another broad sunbed and sun loungers for a change of views.

The flybridge is the best place for sun worshippers and social gatherings, offering plenty of sun loungers along the port side with a raised Jacuzzi forward and a bar side. Curved seating creates alcoves for smaller groups to enjoy more intimate conversation, all under open skies.

The water toys

Motor-sailer ACAPELLA comes with a selection of water toys. Guests can zip around reefs and explore farther and faster underwater using the Seabob, while the snorkelling equipment lets the group take their time to admire everything in detail. Floating mats, tubes and Ringo let guests relax to the sounds of nature, while the two paddleboards let couples roam along the shores. For an adrenaline rush there are inflatables towed by the fast tender, and guests can try their luck at catching a delicious fresh dinner for the group using the amateur fishing gear.

The accommodation

The Owners opted for fewer cabins that have greater space within, turning each into a private office and lounge as well as bedroom. The layout sleeps up to 12 guests over 5 en-suite cabins: 3 Master suites and 2 triple cabins which are decorated with the same beautiful monochrome palette and wave-like curves to create a harmonious sanctuary for every guest. Alcantara and inox moldings create interesting accents along the walls, and each en-suite bathroom is finished with wood texture tiles that contrast in colour for a beautiful mosaic effect. The crew of eight have not been forgotten either, and their separate crew quarters are more spacious than the average crew cabin. In addition, the Captain's cabin and First Officer's cabin are placed behind the wheelhouse for convenience and comfort.

The summer sunshine beckons and luxury yacht ACAPELLA is ready to answer with the best comforts and entertainments life has to offer.


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