The World Traveler

The Aquila 36 continues to prove its versatility and appeal around the globe. Production is nearing 100 units of this relatively new model. Boats are now gracing the waters of popular boating destinations in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the USA, France, Portugal, Spain, and the Caribbean. The boat's exceptional ride in difficult seas, the ability to maintain speed in tough conditions, and the solid vinyl ester hull with all composite coring and resin-infused construction give the 36 a solid and secure feeling on board at all times.

Fitted with the Aquila Hydro Glide™ Foil System, the boat is gaining a reputation for enhanced comfort, distance, and range. The semi foiling system is reported to improve fuel range by over 30% with the added benefit of an even softer ride and 20% more top speed. These massive improvements in efficiency are opening up new, farther and unexplored destinations for boaters around the globe.

See where the Aquila 36 has been spotted!

  • An Aquila 36 power catamaran being loaded

    Brisbane

    This Aquila 36 is being loaded to be transported to her new home in Brisbane, Australia.
  • An Aquila 36 power catamaran in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong

    Don't miss this Aquila 36 as it turns heads while cruising shoreside off the coast of Hong Kong.
  • An Aquila 36 power catamaran in the Bahamas

    Bahamas

    Get tropical with this Aquila 36 in front of the Hope Town Lighthouse in the Abacos, Bahamas.
  • An Aquila 36 power catamaran in Sydney Australia

    Sydney

    Take in the gorgeous view in this Aquila 36 in Sydney, Australia.
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