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About The Yacht


Acapella has been an ambitious undertaking and one of the most anticipated new-builts in modern shipbuilding in Croatia. Most of the works are done by her owners – family Gluncic, the quality, and details rival any renowned shipyard.

What differentiates this yacht from other newly launched luxury yachts in Croatia is that while there are no compromises concerning luxury and comfort, Acapella is truly built to sail. Guests will love sitting on the flybridge beneath the sails while their dedicated crew tends to their every wish.

Sleek lines, modern interior design, and ultimate luxury are what guests can expect from Acapella. Three generous Master cabins are another standout feature aboard, as well as every modern comfort expected aboard a luxury yacht.

SY Acapella began as a vision of a sailing superyacht and is a story of true passion and family tradition.

To understand the story of Acapella you need to understand the history of the Gluncic brothers. Their great-grandfather first built a ship on Korcula almost 100 years ago, followed by their grandfathers and father’s tradition, brothers Niksa and Tomislav are building the 4th ship to be owned by family Gluncic.

From the age of 4, Niksa and Tomislav joined their father and grandfather aboard their ship Bijela Vila (White Fairy) in the ’80s, eventually, the entire family crewed the ship (mum, dad, brothers Tomislav and Niksa). In 2005, brothers Niksa and Tomislav brought gulet Andjeo from Turkey and finished it to perfection. Andjeo quickly became a symbol for impeccable maintenance, service, and repeat clientele. However, the brothers always had a dream of building a sailing yacht and so, Acapella is born.

The Gluncic brothers have spent their lives at sea and 15 years aboard Andjeo delivering exceptional service that kept guests returning year after year. So, it is no exaggeration to say that there is no comparison in experience and passion, as there will be aboard Acapella.



LOA  49,00 m
Beam 8,5 m
Draft   3,9 m
Built 2021
Hull construction  Steel
Deck material  Burma teak
Engines 2 x 600 John Deere (heavy-duty)
Electricity 12 V / 24 V / 220 V
Air condition All closed spaces- separate controls
Generators 2 x 100 kW
Cruising speed 12 knots
Maximum speed 15 knots
Maximum sailing speed 15 knots
Crew  9
Cruising area International license


Number of guests 12
Number of cabins 5
Cabin configuration 3 Master, 2 Double + single bed


AMENITIES: Spacious lounge area on the aft; Shaded lounge area on the bow; Outside dining area on the aft, shaded if needed; Jacuzzi and sunbeds; Sailing permit- 15 knots speed; Tender boat with toilette (2 x 450 hp Mercury )- 11 m; Custom made passerelle gangway; Hydraulic swimming platform on the side; Safe box, TV and A/C with controls in every cabin; Toiletries and hairdryer in every cabin; Large plasma TV, DVD, CD, music system in the salon, Bluetooth connection, iPod / smartphone device hookups, WiFi.

WATER TOYS: Sea Bob, SUP board x 2, inflatable towables, snorkeling equipment, amateur fishing gear, floating mats, foam floating tubes, Tube, Ringo.      



Base port: Dubrovnik, Croatia Embarkation time: 12:00 PM Disembarkation time: 12:00 PM
NEXT DAY TURNAROUND Cabins:5 / Guests: 12 Crew: 9

Prices are in Euro per week, VAT excluded. The current Croatian VAT rate for yacht charters is 13%.


HIGH SEASON July and August 92.000 € + VAT + APA 25%
LOW SEASON All other months 82.000 € + VAT + APA 25%



  • Accommodation for a maximum of 12 guests in 5 cabins
  • Fuel for 4 h of the engine work daily
  • Generator work 24/7
  • Fuel for tender transfers to/from the yacht and for tender operated watersports (donut, waterski, wakeboard, kneeboard)
  • Use of recreational equipment  (SUP, kayak, donut, snorkeling gear)
  • The crew of 10 and their expenses
  • Insurance of the yacht, tourist taxes, Wi-Fi

APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): 25% of the charter fee

  • To cover the following costs, but not limited to:
  • Food and beverages for the Charter Party
  • Port fees
  • National park entrances
  • Fuel for Personal Watercraft*
  • Shipping agents’ fees, customs fees, and charter licenses if cruising in Montenegro or Italy
  • Other costs for services requested by Charter Party during the charter such as but not limited to hire or purchase costs of any special equipment placed on board at the Charterer's request, shoreside transport, and excursions

APA to be paid in cash onboard or as a wire transfer to the shipping agent's account. Should APA be paid as a wire transfer, the shipping agent's commission of 2% will be deducted from the APA.

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