How do Aquila boats perform in varying sea states?
You might as well ask how a hot knife cuts through butter. At Aquila, the focus is always on performance, and in particular how the boats perform regardless of conditions. To that effect, a massive amount of time and energy is devoted to the boats’ hulls.
Each Aquila has a high bridge deck for extra clearance between the two hull tunnels, mitigating any slapping effect that one might find on other cats. That makes for a smoother, quieter ride. The hulls also have extra volume which allows Aquilas to float higher, and carry heavier loads. That means not only will all your water toys fit in an Aquila, but you will get to use them to make memories.
And for our Yacht class boats, we have the incredible bulbous bow to provide additional waterline length, efficiency, and comfort while underway acting as a float that tries to push the bow of the boat up when dipping into waves. Therefore, allow your guests to nap comfortably while you or your captain deliver on dreams come true.
Aquila also puts a laser focus on propulsion packages across its lines offering multiple engine packages to match your need for speed. The builder is perhaps best known for its comfortable cruisers, but in fact, its offshore models can top 50 mph, and in at least one case hit a sizzling top end of 65 mph. That’s real-deal speed. But even when you’re flying across the water, you can rest assured that you’re safe and one of the most structurally sound power catamarans in the world. All Aquila boats are CE Certified, meaning that they have passed stringent third-party requirements for seaworthiness.