Full beam owner's stateroom, large saloon and then two doubles with generous heads, big cockpit with direct galley access, and finally the truly gargantuan flying bridge.From $1910 - $2660 AUD per night
The Aquila 44 is the newest addition to CCY power catamaran line up boasting Aquila's signature fresh evolution of classic boating traditions where efficiency in design and performance compliment her luxurious living and was named "Best New Multihull in the 2014 AIM Media Editor's Choice Awards.
On the Aquila 44 you will enjoy the 360˚ view from the spacious salon and galley that features a large seating area, hidden TV stowage and plenty of storage to make a live-aboard or cruising easy and pleasant. Galley features include Corian countertops, electric fridge and freezer, stove, Nespresso coffee machine and stainless steel microwave oven as well as a double stainless steel sink. The large staterooms each feature ample headroom and large windows for excellent views.
A fresh water flush, separate shower stall and teak flooring compliment the boat's design and exceptional living comforts. Additional features include an oversized flybridge with added enclosure, refrigeration and sunpad seating on either side of the central helm station and Aquila's revolutionary bridge to bow direct access.
The Aquila 44 features 3 cabins all with en suite. The saloon table can be converted to a bed to accommodate 8 guests. Alfresco dining in the cockpit and flybridge provides a great entertaining areas. The Aquila is the next level in luxury bareboat accommodation.
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Sailing Cumberland Yacht Charters’ boat ‘Infusion” was, in a word, magnificent. In just a week we experienced the best of the Whitsundays, visiting Nara Inlet, Stonehaven Bay, Blue Pearl Bay, Butterfly Bay, Cid Harbour, Tongue Bay, Macona Bay and of course spending the day swimming and lazing on the beach of Whitehaven. The first three days under sail with fair winds and seas were ideal, even if “Infusion” was built for comfort and not for speed. The last three days the seas were flat and hardly a breath of wind, so motoring was the go. The night between these was somewhat dark and stormy, highlighted by a medical emergency on board. A radio call for help was answered and “Fearless’ came to our rescue and took the patient off to Hayman for medical assistance. After a short hospitalisation he recovered and continued on. Swimming, snorkeling or just sitting on board “Infusion” looking at the magnificent views across the bays and inlets, the pure white sandy beaches, the blue sky, the brilliant sapphire water and glorious sunsets and even the cockatoo that dropped in for breakfast made it very hard to return to home and work.Keith - SORRENTO, VIC