Boasting Aquila's signature fresh evolution of classic boating traditions where efficiency in design and performance compliment her luxurious living spaces.From $1510 - $2060 AUD per night
The Aquila 44 offers a new level of luxury not seen on any bareboat yachts in the Whitsundays, enjoy 360˚ views from the spacious saloon 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. With a dark cherry red or beach wood interior, 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 sunbed seating on either side of the central helm station with bridge to bow direct access. The Aquila 44 features 3 large cabins all with ensuites. Alfresco dining in the cockpit and flybridge provides great entertaining areas. It is certainly the next level in luxury in Whitsunday bareboat accommodation. Hire in style and cruse the Whitsunday on board your dream yacht.
Wow!!!! What else is there to say? We had the best time on our lovely lady Lazyitis. We saw whales, Dugongs, Dolphins, Turtles and of course a couple of Nemos! Considering we had only done 2 weekends away training in sailing prior to our trip everything went rather smoothly. There we were just the two of us with nothing but ocean and Islands. I have to admit the daily call ins were always good to have as it was our only way of getting the weather updates and of course the advice on where to go next and when the best time to go was which was fantastic. Our first night was spent at Stonehaven. A lovely place to explore and of course as we are both photo buffs to take photos Second night was spent at Buttefly Bay where I was brave and actually jumped in the water (I hate the cold!) and did a bit of snorkling and saw my first Doogong. Third night was at Border Island....what a lovely place! Lots more snorkelling and of course a sip of champaign whilst watching the sun go down. Fourth night was Whitehaven Beach, and yes it is white! Bring your sunnies everyone! We even saw a couple of Helicopters land on the beach. Went for a massive walk and even went for a dip! Fifth night was spent on Hamilton Island. After surviving Solway passage in 20 knot winds (yes, I'm a chicken!) I was very glad to arrive on land at Hamilton Island. Actually we both fell in love with Hamilton Island as everyone was so freindly! Even the wildlife is freindly there! the next morning we managed to jump on a helicopter without doors! Woo Hoo (the only way to do it!) Ahhhh our last night was spent at Cid Harbour....more champagne and a toast to a fabulous holiday! Hmmm now for our next trip............. Watch out Cumberland...we'll be back!Sandrine - TARRAGINDI, QLD