Aquila is a highly sought after wide body version of the Kadey-Krogen 48'. Her two cabin layout makes her great for having guests but she is easily handled by just a couple. She has been impeccably maintained and upgraded by her current owner. She has cruised the East Coast extensively and is ready for her next adventure, wherever that may be.
Contact Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB, for more information on this yacht at (772) 919-2012 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Capt. Bill Harris CPYB at 772-919-2012
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 53 ft 0 in
Beam: 17 ft 4 in
LWL: 45 ft 5 in
Length of Deck: 48 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 56450 lbs
Ballast: 4500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 29 ft 0 in
Hull and superstructure from high-grade female tooling
Hull construction includes use of USA-made, Cook® gel coat. Hand-laid Knytex® fiberglass construction with closed-cell PVC sandwich core used in topsides. Solid fiberglass below waterline with blister resistant vinylester resin utilized on first two laminates below the waterline
Superstructure includes end-grain balsa core and surface mats for print-through reduction
Teak aft and side decks. Bulwark has molded plank lines with gel coat finish
Polyurethane formulate marine sealants used at hull-to-deck, boat deck joints and exterior fittings
Teak veneer walls and cabinetry with satin varnish
The saloon is entered through double teak doors from the aft deck. There is a custom retractable screen door with teak frame for the aft doors. To starboard is an L-shaped settee with custom fabric. To port is a comfortable chair and a bar area with drawer and cabinet storage as well as book shelves. There are teak valances on the windows with custom upholstered lamberkins. Day/night shades keep the saloon cool in the daytime and provide privacy at night. Parquet floors and a custom rug create a warm and homey feel. An LG flat screen TV provides entertainment.
The galley is forward of the saloon on the starboard side. The galley has a high bar top counter to keep prep areas hidden from guests. There is ample storage in lockers and drawers. A large opening window over the stove provides light and ventilation. The major components include:
17.5 cu. ft. refrigerator/freezer
Princess three burner stove with oven
GE Microwave oven
Extra large double stainless steel sink with Moen faucet
The pilot house is up three steps from the galley. These steps are lit for easy navigation at night. There is a large custom upholstered L-shaped settee that converts into a double berth. A pedestal mounted table is the perfect place to set up office with a laptop or just enjoy a meal with an incredible view. Two screened over head hatches and two opening ports with custom shades combined with two custom Diamond Seaglaze aluminum Dutch side doors with screens provide ventilation. A new Lebroc helm chair keeps the captain comfortable.
The master stateroom is located forward of the galley and down three steps. It features a centerline queen berth. There is a mirrored vanity, two hanging lockers, and generous drawer storage. Four opening ports and two overhead screened hatches create a light and airy feel. There are custom plexiglass shades for all the portholes.
The master stateroom has an ensuite head to port. It features a Sealand Vacuflush head, stall shower with bi-fold door and sink with Corian counter. There is a medicine cabinet and two lockers for storage. There are opening ports with shades in both the shower and head areas.
The guest stateroom is forward of the galley and down three lit steps to starboard. It features an L-shaped settee with custom fabric (new 2016) that converts into a double berth. It also had a pullman berth for extra guests. There is a desk/office area. A hanging locker and multiple drawers provide storage. Three opening ports with shades provide light and ventilation.
The guest head is located on the port side opposite the guest stateroom. It features a head, sink with Corian counter and separate stall shower. The washer and dryer is behind the door. An opening port in the shower stall and head provide light and ventilation. There is storage in a medicine cabinet and several lockers.
Garmin GHP10 autopilot with wireless remote
Furuno 48 mile radar
Furuno GP31 GPS
ICOM IC-M127 VHF radio
Raymarine ST40 depth finder (pilothouse and flybridge)
Lowrance HDS-5M GPS/chart plotter (flybridge)
SI-TEX class B AIS transceiver
Uniden UM525 VHF radio
19" TV/monitor with new Dell (windows 10) running coastal explorer
Fusion MS-IP600 stereo
12 KW northern Lights generator in sound shield (2758 hours)
Magnum Magnasine MS 2812 2800 Watt inverter/charger
4 8D AGM house batteries (2014)
Heart Link 2000R monitor
130 amp alternator
2 isolation transformers
Caterpillar 3208N 210hp diesel (4434 hours)
Naiad hydraulic stabilizers
Naiad 30hp hydraulic bow thruster
Dual Racor filters
Oil change system with 5 gal waste oil reservoir
Fireboy automatic fire suppression system
3 zone reverse cycle air conditioning (2005/2013/2013)
600 GPD water maker
11' Apex inflatable with electric start 25hp Honda
Marquipt 1000# electric dinghy davit
50KG Bruce anchor with 300' 3/8" chain and 200' rode
Lofrans electric anchor windlass
Quest 501A remote control spotlight
High water alarms
High pressure salt water wash down
Canvas cover for entire flybridge helm as well as a smaller cover for just electronics
Dedicated 50Amp line to specific outlets in saloon used for heating in Northern winters.
Beam central vacuum system
Marquipt 5 step Tide Rider ladder
Owners personal effects and art work.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.