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.
We started our Charter onboard Treasure on the 17th of October 2010. We had been watching the weather forecast intently for the past 2 weeks trying to work out what was in store for us during our charter. We spent the first night at Nara Inlet, the trip across from Airlie Beach gave us the perfect opportunity to familiarise ourselves with Treasure, overall a very user friendly yacht. Unfortunately we were sailing in Marcs fly season, so the walk to see the Aboriginal paintings at the end of Nara inlet was a quick one! The sailing conditions over the 7 days were excellent, generally 15-25 kt winds and 0 – 1.5 metre seas. Highlights include: Sailing up the East coast of Hook Island and mooring up in Maureen’s Cove, waking up anchored off Whitehaven beach and dinner at the excellent Bommies Restaurant at the Hamilton Island Yacht Club. The easy sailing conditions were interspersed with some crossings that got the adrenalin pumping, a night being hit by “bullets” of wind at Stonehaven or crossing the Whitsunday passage in poor visability and 30+ kt winds. By the end of our Charter we were planning our next one, probably on a slightly larger yacht with a few more people. Overall we were very impressed with the staff at Cumberland Charter Yachts, Treasure and the beautiful Whitsundays. Anyone need a crew member for Hamilton Island Race week this year?!Edward - SOUTH YARRA, VIC