A new era for bareboating in the Whitsundays and the only one available for charter in Australia. A gamechanger for the bareboating industry.From $750 - $900 AUD per night
Aquila 36 - 'Sorceress'
Aquila 36 is a power catamaran that blends plentiful live aboard space and qualities perfect for socializing with rugged strength and control. Offering the conveniences of a large yacht including topside summer kitchen and bbq grill, the Aquila 36 has cockpit seating for four adults and two comfortable cabins with private en-suites.
The hardtop provides plenty of shade and the forward lounge is a sunlovers haven. Powered by efficient Mercury Verado outboards, the Aquila 36 provides spirited performance and excellent fuel economy.
The boat is remarkably stable making it exceptionally comfortable at speed or while at rest. Escape the crowds and explore the Whitsundays in style.
The Aquila 36 features 2 cabins with ensuite perfect for a couples or small family fast getaway.
Images are sister ship.
Outboard engines are governed to a maximum speed of 10 knots.
This vessel is unable to carry paddle boards or kayaks.
Wow, where to begin? Well first of all I'd like to thank all the staff for making our trip possible! When we landed on Hamilton Island we were all so excited and couldn't wait until we got to our boat: "On The Double". Whilst we were still in the marina we were already poking our heads under the pier and seeing fish. When we were about 15 minutes out we were already spotting whales! We saw lots of cool animals like dolphins, whales and turtles. My most enjoyable memory was probably swimming with "Grumpy" the Maori wrasse. He was so big and fun to be around. At some places we snorkelled over to the beach and collected some shells. I loved being on the boat because it was just like being on a floating caravan. It was really enjoyable being around the table on those warm nights with the whole family talking about what a great day we had and what we would like to do and explore the next day. At Nara inlet we went for a walk up to the caves and saw the old aboriginal paintings, it was quite interesting. I also really enjoyed swimming through big schools of fish and being surrounded by so many cool animals. I cant wait to go again and I am already thinking of what I'd like to do next time! Elizabeth-11 yearsElizabeth -