Aquila 32, the daycruiser catamaran with outboards


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Aquila 32
Aquila 32

Aquila 32 is the smallest and newest model produced by the shipyard Eagle Power Catamarans. American brand of birth and concept and Chinese production. Vessel without flybridge and with a profile much more similar to an open speedboat than a classic cat, enhances the characteristics of daycruiser more than those of long range navigator as are generally set the multihulls engine. However, there is also the possibility of spending more than one day on board for four people. Two in the double cabin and two in the square, while 14 people can embark. The cockpit is repaired by a hard top that extends from the windscreen to the transom. At the bow there is instead a forward cockpit, very similar in use and access to that of a bow rider.

Aquila 32
The bow of the Eagle 32

Aquila 32, the beauty of flying with outboards

As well as its big brother Aquila 36, the Aquila 32 is propelled by Mercury outboard engines. The particular shape of the stern platform, however, manages to hide them almost totally developing around them. In addition, it can be moved vertically to move from the height of the stern sundeck to the water levels. The well-known American passion for safety (these cats are born for the market stars and stripes and then arrive in Europe) has meant that the openings of the beach where they are placed the calendars of the engines are protected by a rail.

Aquila 32
The stern platform raised

This fourth model of pleasure boat branded Aquila enjoys the benefits of being the little one at home, thus integrating standards typical of larger boats. Moreover, the shipyard has always focused on motor catamarans, optimising projects and production for this type of boat. Thanks to the stability of the multihull and the beam much higher than that of a single hull of equal length above all ensures a quality of life on board difficult to find on boats of this size

Technical data

Loa: 9.93 m; b.max: 3.85m; displ: 7.50t; engine: Mercury V6; power 2×225 hp (opt. 2X300 hp)



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