AQUILA was designed by Christopher Seymour in close cooperation with design consultant Carl Esch, and features interior styling by the acclaimed Evan K Marshall . Part of The Worth Avenue Yachts Collection, this yacht is designed for a shipyard build of the clients choice. Seymour has produced versatile concepts to suit the tastes of his clients ranging from the traditional to the radical. This provides bold inspiration for any owner looking to stand out from the crowd. Equally focused on engineering and creativity, the concepts in Christopher Seymour Designs' portfolio mixes advanced hull forms to the latest propulsion systems. He has crafted a range of concept designs to inspire clients, from his sailing yacht designs, Amor Fati and Y146, to his current motor yacht portfolio that includes Vulcan, Malibu and Double Century.
AQUILA features interior stylings by the acclaimed Evan K Marshall. The team at Worth Avenue Yachts has worked very closely with Marshall over the years and believes that he is the finest in the field. In a career that is now spanned more than 25 years, Marshall has focused his efforts on yacht interior and exterior designs, as well as residential projects. AQUILA will feature Teak decks with first class grade quarter-sawn 55mm wide teak, stainless-steel exterior railing of circular tubes, glass windscreens, tinted double-glazed window and Awl- Grip or Alexseal finishing. The company has established a unique reputation by embracing a variety of styles and tastes as they take on the new design challenges of The Worth Avenue Yachts collection.
A foldable platform is incorporated in the swimming platform to enlarge the aft area
Two Caterpillar or MTU marine diesel engines, approx. 2000 bkW@1600 rpm each with resilient mounting for low noise levels.
Generator sets with a total power output of approx. 600 ekW
, 3-phase 230/400 VAC, 50 Hz
Emergency generator set according to Rules & Regulations 250-KVA
Shore-power transformer 250 kVA/400A
Dry silencers and with seawater cooling
Below-waterline discharge for main engines
Soot filters for main generator exhausts
Main & generator exhaust IMO Tier III compliant
Bow and Stern Thruster
Electrically driven: 180 ekW
(bow) and 150 ekW
(stern), allowing for Dynamic Positioning (DP0)
Zero speed stabilizer non-retractable (design speed 12.5 knots)
Heinen & Hopman HVAC system. Design (summer) conditions: outside air 35°C @ 75% relative humidity / Inside 22°C @ 55% relative humidity.
Communication according to GMDSS Area 3, Inmarsat F, Intercom, telephone installation
Integrated Navigation System
• Gyro and magnetic compass
• X-band radar
• S-band radar
• Speed log
• Echo sounder
• Wind measurement equipment
Full entertainment system with Satellite TV/ audio and video on demand/ internet in saloons, guest cabins and owners’ areas
A high-pressure water mist fire extinguishing system is fitted to protect the accommodation, service and machinery spaces.
Automatic watertight sliding doors to divide the ship in case of hull damage with appropriate means of escape in case of emergency. An alarm and monitoring system is provided.
A non-certified helicopter landing place on bridge deck forward, suitable to support a helicopter of type EC130 or equal.
Enclosed aft ship tender store with bottom-hinged side doors suitable for:
(2) 8.0-meter tenders
(4) Jet skis