ACTA Feadship | From US$ 235,000 /wk
The substantial 51m (168’) superyacht ACTA (ex Gallant Lady) is a motor yacht crafted in 2007 by Feadship with naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architecture and John Munford interiors. She is a beautiful yacht who benefited from a full refit in 2020 and can accommodate up to 10 guests with 12 crew.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF ACTA: ~Great Feadship pedigree ~2020 refit ~Dedicated owners’ deck ~Shallow draft ideal for island hopping ~Zero speed stabilisers ~Air conditioning ~WiFi
Across three levels ACTA offers spacious decks with plenty of choice for sunbathing, dining al fresco and relaxing. The main deck aft offers a 10-person dining setting at a beautifully curved gloss wood table and designer slatted chairs. There is also a smaller cosy dinette further aft between the 2 sets of stairs leading down to the swim platform. The private master deck leads directly from the master suite offering a lovely circular jacuzzi, sofa area and sun loungers.
On the bridge deck an alternative dining setting is shaded by the sun deck overhang and a row of moveable sun beds offer flexible space. The flybridge hosts a helm station and cosy little lounge area for guests to hang out with the captain.
The main salon is accessed from the main deck aft and presents in a beautiful blend of marble tiles, gloss wood panelling and cabinetry and designer furnishings. A spiral staircase leads down to the lower deck cabins. Amidships is the opulent main deck foyer with another spiral staircase leading to the upper decks and a stunning elevator to all levels. Forward on the main deck is the formal dining salon with huge dining table, panelling and surrounding windows.
|Beam:||9.60m (31' 6")|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2x Caterpillar 3508B-DITA|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub, yachts with at anchor stabilisers, Yachts With On Deck Master Cabin|
|Builder/Designer:||John Munford, Feadship, De Voogt|
|Locations:||Windward Islands, US Virgin Islands, THE CARIBBEAN, New England, Leeward Islands, Florida, AMERICA|
The master stateroom is placed on its own deck and has a lovely aft facing bedroom, leading onto the private deck, a cosy lounge, walk through closet and luxurious his and hers bathrooms. Forward on the owners deck is a separate ‘club lounge’.
The additional guest accommodation is on the lower deck.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The outstanding staterooms are decorated with the same blend of gloss wood, rich fabrics and carpets and marble flooring seen in the main guest areas. The master apartment is a private haven for primary charter guests and offers everything the most discerning guest would desire. The equally stunning guest staterooms are configured as two double and two twins, all with luxurious marble and wood ensuite bathrooms.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys ~(13.1m) 2022 Jupiter Towed Tender 4x 425 HP engines ~ (6.7m) Williams Jet Tender ~SeaDoo waverunner ~2x Seabobs ~Big Mabel inflatable towable ~Inflatable island ~2x 12' paddle boards ~Assorted snorkel gear ~Assorted fishing gear ~Beach setup
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"First it is necessary to listen to the client’s requirement, motor or sail, private or charter, leisure or performance, business or pleasure, approximate length, how many guests, classic or modern, cruising waters, toys, tenders, equipment, communications, pools; gyms, cinemas and so no. All relating to how many crew are required to run the vessels efficiently whilst maintaining the owners requirement. Once you have that the naval architect and designer can form the body of the yacht." - John Munford