Aquila 44 (Asia)

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Asking: $1,197,000 (USD) Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Asia)
No Name is a Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam based 2022 Aquila 44 Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.

Born of innovation and experience, the luxurious Aquila 44 Yacht Power Catamaran is a world leader in its class. Designed to be both a long-distance cruising yacht and a highly social platform, the highly experienced Aquila design and engineering team created the Aquila 44 Yacht to optimize performance.

Two Volvo Penta diesel engines are situated aft behind the living compartments reducing noise and vibrations. Bulbous bows increase the waterline for greater efficiency while reducing pitching moments. Multifunction displays, digital controls, joystick operation, engine monitoring displays, thrusters, and widely spaced main engines make operating the Aquila 44 Yacht easily accomplished by a single couple.

With an enormous amount of attention to detail and knowledge of how owners use their boats, both the exterior and interior spaces are perfected to serve those utilizations. The stairway from the flybridge to the foredeck gives safe, easy access to the ground tackle locker and forward cleats when anchoring or docking. Wide side decks and safety handrails are another example of the Aquila’s commitment to owners’ and guests’ comfort and safety on the 44 Yacht model.

Available with a 3-cabin layout featuring a salon and galley with 360° views and an extensive flybridge, the layout of the Aquila 44 Yacht makes entertaining a crowd aboard easy. Boarding from the port or starboard swim platforms, guests step up to the aft deck with an al fresco dinette. The window partition between the aft deck and the interior galley lifts, and the countertop folds out to create a service bar. The galley is strategically placed between the aft deck and the salon and dinette on the main deck, making it easy to serve guests inside and outside. A summer kitchen is centrally located to attend to guests in the aft-mounted dinette, and those on the flybridge can enjoy panoramic views along with the operator while underway.

Catamaran Name:No Name
Year Built:2022
Loa:13.44 M / 44'11"
Beam:6.56 M / 21'6"
Displacement:15,900 KG / 35,053 LB
Mast Height:5.7 M / 18' 8"
Fuel Tanks:290 gal
Water Tanks:180 gal
Holding Tanks:63gal
Engines:2 x 225 Volvo Penta V Drive gearbox – D4

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Layout & Accommodations

  • Three cabins, three heads
  • Two 230 HP Volvo D4 with 7" Volvo display at helm
  • Rope cutters
  • Hard top with stainless supports
  • 55LBS delta anchor with chain
  • Electric cooktop
  • Inverter/charger
  • Antifouling paint
  • Mooring kit
  • See base boat specifications list for additional details
  • FAS Shanghai includes shipping cradle and shrink wrap.
  • Comfort- Variable speed chilled water air conditioning - 50000 BTU chiller and 48000 air handler
  • Light aged ash cabinetry
  • Sleeps-8
  • Max Passengers-21

Deck & Equipment

  • Deck Gear-
  • Stainless steel davit system with tackle and electrical winch (max load 300kg)
  • Flybridge-
  • Electrical BBQ with polished stainless steel reflector plate
  • Automatic shut off switch with 36l refrigerator at wet bar

Electronics & Navigation

  • Offshore navigation package
  • Includes coastal navigation package as detailed above
  • With addition of Raymarine Radome RD418hd color scanner 4kw 18 inch
  • Raymarine AIS 700 system with antenna coupling

Electrical, Power & Plumbing

  • Generator - kohler 9kW with sound enclosure
  • Remote control,
  • Fuel transfer pump

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Barth Levine @ Yachts Unlimited

By Barth Levine @ Yachts Unlimited

Barth leaned to sail around Manhattan Island and was competitive in the 70' ultralight fleet on the west coast completing over 10 California - Mexico races. As a USCG licensed captain he has professionally made 3 Pacific crossing, 4 Atlantic crossings and was a charter captain for Dream Yacht Charters.