AQUILA

Derecktor 85.6 m2010
TOP SPEED
17 kn
RANGE
5000 nm
GUESTS
14
CREW
26
CRUISE SPEED
15 kn
DISPLACEMENT
2800 t
BEAM
14.3 m
GUEST CABIN
7

Launched in time for the 2010 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show from Derecktor Shipyards in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the 85.6m superyacht Aquila (ex-Cakewalk) is a full displacement, oceangoing superyacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure designed and engineered by Derecktor with the assistance of Azure Naval Architects and BMT Nigel Gee. By volume, she is the largest yacht ever built in the US. The elegant exterior styling is by Tim Heywood while the traditional cherry-lined interior is by Liz Dalton. The yacht, owned by Charles and Diane Gallagher, accommodates 12 guests on main deck with the owners seven-room suite above. She’s operated by 23 crew and carries three custom tenders each over 30 feet LOA.

AQUILA is a85.6 mMotor Yacht .She was built by Derecktor and delivered in 2010 .Her top speed is 17 knand she boasts a maximum cruising range of 5000 nmat 15 knwith power coming from a Diesel engine. She can accommodate up to 14 people.with 26 crew members.She was designed by Tim Heywood.

Specifications

Available for charter

AQUILA

Price from $945,000 p/w |  

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