Yacht details
34 mLength
2011Year built
Luxury motor yacht ACCEPTUS is a 34.00 m Ferretti flybridge yacht built in 2011 and refitted in 2023. With original interiors from the well-known design team at Zuccon International Project, she is a fabulous charter vessel with accommodation for up to 10 charter guests in five suites. The 5-cabin motor yacht Acceptus is built with a GRP Hull and GRP superstructure and has an impressive speed of 27 knots. The elegant motor yacht Acceptus features unrivaled comfort and luxury. Besides, the huge open spaces provide a sense of constant dialogue between the interior and exterior. Flybridge is coated with a large sun pad and a jacuzzi, but the key feature of the luxury yacht Ferretti is the elegant en-suite cabins for 10+2 guests.
34 mLength
2011Year built

Luxury yacht Acceptus offers accommodation for 10 guests in five en-suite cabins with en-suite bathrooms. She features 5 suites comprising two Master suites, two Double cabins, and one Twin cabin. This Ferretti yacht is also capable of carrying up to 6 crew onboard to ensure a memorable cruising experience.

Water equipment

Tender WILLIAMS 445 with outboard engine 100 HP
Tender Falcor-7m with outboard engine 200 HP (new 2023)
Jet-ski SEADOO TRIX (new) x 2
Seabob x 2 (new)
Water slide
Water tubes x 3
SUP x 2
Water skis (adult, kids)
Snorkeling equipment

Check our charter rates
Low season
95.000,00 € \weekly
High season
105.000,00 € \weekly
Late season
95.000,00 € \weekly
Additional information
Charter fee includes:
  • Accommodation on the yacht with all water equipment
  • Service of 6 crew members
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Final cleaning
  • APA – 40% of charter fee
  • 13% VAT
  • Delivery/redelivery, if any
  • Tourist tax
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