Tour Aquila Yacht’s new 70-foot luxury catamaran (PHOTOS)

Aquila Yacht’s new 70-foot luxury catamarans exquisite lines, innovative technology and luxurious detail define this dazzling custom-configured yacht.

Expansive fore and aft decks and an expanded flybridge provide ample space for sunning, fishing, dining and basking in the glow of sunsets. Natural light streams through panoramic windows to fill interior spaces. Design your ideal salon, galley and staterooms, complete with every comfort, and feature, for a bespoke experience defined by your taste and style.

Below deck, Volvo Penta inboard engines power the Aquila 70 to a smooth riding 27 knots. The tender can be easily stored and deployed using an innovative slipway. The swim ladder is fully retractable for discrete storage. And every electronic function can be controlled from the flybridge, the main salon and the exclusive Aquila app downloaded on your tablet.

With a range of over 518 statute miles, the Aquila 70 can easily tour many islands throughout the Caribbean, the Gulf Coast and the Eastern seaboard. For family vacations, romantic getaways on turquoise waters and entertaining friends in style, the Aquila 70 weaves dreams into lifelong memories.

Offered to the Tampa Bay area, and the West Coast of Florida, exclusively through Marinemax, starting at $5 million.

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