Aquila 50 Yacht is the new catamaran (16 m ) cruiser from Aquila Boats

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Eagle 50 Yacht
Eagle 50 Yacht

Two hulls, more space, more stability and lower fuel consumption, but also more style in the lines. Aquila’s new catamaran focuses on a “cooler” design, which, combined with the qualities of these boats make this new 50-footer a unit to watch in 2024.

At 15.9 meters long, the new catamaran from Aquila Boats
,
a cruising catamaran set in the “explorer” style. It is the new Aquila 50 Yacht, strong with 3 or 4 cabins (depending on layout), ample outdoor space, and not inconsiderable cruising regimes.

Aquila 50 Yacht | Preview

Ready for its official debut in the fall, the new Aquila 50 Yacht, fits in where the previous Aquila 48 stood, covering the margin between theAquila 44 and
54
. A new 50-footer, in short, to go to implement the range, elaborating design and layout on the feedback and needs of owners. At the same time, the segment is updated with new solutions and innovations. In anticipation of its official launch, meanwhile, here’s a preview of what this brand’s new cruising catamaran will look like.

Eagle 50 Yacht
Aquila 50 Yacht

Project

The new Aquila 50, thus, will first of all see an aesthetic more set toward the world of “explorers,” with high free edges, more “aggressive” lines, and more usable exteriors in different weather conditions.

In terms of design solutions, the high forward freeboard, descending from the mid-hull and towards the stern, not only provides greater protection and shelter in formed seas, but also implies greater interior volumes. In fact, the forward deck, placed at the same height as the upper broadside, thus gives additional space and height to the interior, providing space for a full-beam master cabin below the sundeck, just beyond the large salon located on the main deck.

Aquila 50 Y; shipowner

In the stern, on the other hand, in addition to the swim platforms there is a mobile tender lift, followed then by the furnished cockpit, well protected by the upper top and the depth of the uprights and bulwarks, thus making it a pleasant environment even while sailing or in less than ideal weather conditions. The presence of the fly, further, provides versatile open spaces, protected either by the hard top or by an extra bimini directly integrated into it. Here, in addition to the external wheelhouse, a convivial area and a second sundeck take their place.

As for the interior, however, in addition to the large salon with kitchen, depending on the version, there will be an additional 2 or 3 cabins over the master, including a crew cabin as an extra.

The toilet rooms, in this case, reflect the number of cabins on board.

Motorization and Performance

Coming to the numbers, the engine room of the new Aquila 50 will offer a standard powertrain consisting of two Volvo Penta D6 engines of 480 horsepower each. To serve them, 1,600 liters of tank. In terms of performance, however, there are 22 knots of maximum speed attainable, with regimes of 18/19 knots, on the other hand, given as cruising speed. Numbers that, on balance, befit the cruiser role this catamaran is going to play.

Aquila 50 – Data Sheet

Length Over All (LOA) 15.9 m
Baglio Massimo 7.76 m
Motorization 2x Volvo Penta D6 480 hp
Maximum speed 22 kn
Cruising speed 18-19 kn
Fuel Tank Capacity 1,600 lt.
Cabins (standard configuration) 3
Cabins (optional configuration) 4 + Crew (opt.)
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