Base rate $25,000
      Per week | Plus Expenses
      Boat type
      Sailing Yacht
      Winter Location
      Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
      Summer Location
      New England

      AQUILA Yacht Specifications


      Sleeps 6
      Staterooms 4
      Head(s) 4
      Queen(s) 1
      Single(s) 2
      Double(s) 1
      Pullman(s) 2
      Shower(s) 4
      Jacuzzi No
      Helicopter Pad No
      BBQ No


      LOA 82 Feet
      Beam 19.5 Feet
      Maximum draft 10 Feet
      Cruising Speed 8.5 knots
      Maximum Speed 9 knots
      Details Engine: Perkins Sabre
      Generator: Westerbeke
      Details 5

      AQUILA Charter Toys

      Water Sports
      Scuba Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
      Snorkel Gear Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
      Adult Water Skis no
      Kids Water Skis no
      Knee Board no
      Wind Surfer no
      Tube Yes
      Scurfer no
      Wake Board no
      1 Person Kayak no
      2 Person Kayak no
      Float Mats no
      Fishing Gear Yes
      Tender Novurania
      Tender Horsepower 40
      Tender Pax no
      Jet Ski no
      Waverunner no
      Extra Toys

      AQUILA Chartering Accommodations

      Located aft
      Centerline queen sized berth with drawers below
      Settee to port
      Hanging lockers port and starboard with drawers below
      Large vanity mirror with lighting and shelf with storage below
      Work desk to starboard
      Ensuite head with stall shower, sink, mirror, storage lockers and VacuFlush toilet
      Automatic lights in lockers
      MarineAir Air Conditioning


      Located aft of the forward cabin.
      Double berth with drawers below
      Folding Pullman berth above
      Hanging locker on centerline bulkhead with drawers below
      Vanity with counter top and storage below
      Automatic lights in lockers
      Storage lockers outboard of Pullman berth
      Ensuite head with shower, sink, mirror, storage lockers and VacuFlush toilet
      MarineAir Air Conditioning

      Located aft of the forward cabin
      Single berth with drawers below
      Folding Pullman berth above
      Hanging locker at aft bulkhead with drawers below
      Storage lockers outboard of Pullman berth
      Ensuite head with shower, sink, mirror, storage lockers and VacuFlush toilet
      Automatic lights in lockers
      MarineAir Air Conditioning

      Located aft of the navigation station and to starboard side of engine room
      Fixed upper and lower berths with drawers below
      Hanging locker aft with drawers below
      Air conditioning drawn from owners cabin
      Automatic lights in lockers
      Ensuite head (doubles as day head) with shower, sink, mirror, storage and VacuFlush toilet

      Other Entertainment:

      AQUILA Crew Profile

      Captain Name: Rudolph Walter Bronson Jr.

      Captain Nationality: American

      Number of Crew: 3

      Rudolph Walter Bronson Jr. (Captain)
      Having grown up in Florida in the U.S., Rudy developed a passion for adventure at an early age, as well a keen interest in all things mechanical. He was employed at NASA for an extended period where he was an electrician.
      Rudy has always had a great affinity for the ocean, and sailing proved the ideal vocation for him six years ago. He freelanced as a first mate/engineer, gaining a wealth of sailing experience and knowledge of the U.S. coast, the Caribbean, and other parts of the world. He has since earned his commercially endorsed 200-ton Yachtmaster certification.
      He has strong engineering knowledge and experience and mechanical aptitude. Rudy has accumulated 30,000 miles at sea. His standout adventure has been aboard a 50 ft. catamaran where he sailed alongside the owner/captain from the Marshall Islands to Alaska via Micronesia, Guam, Okinawa, Japan, and the Aleutian Islands.
      Rudy is an extremely capable sailor who works well under pressure, maintains a cool head, is highly organized and personable. People are naturally drawn to his open nature and leadership qualities.

      Ashleigh Cooke (Chef/First Mate)
      Ashleigh grew up in South Africa surrounded by big game. She has a profound sense of adventure, a love of nature, and a strong desire for travel, all of which led her to the yachting industry.
      She completed her yachting qualification in 2011, satisfying standards for stewardess, silver service, first aid and emergency courses. She then boarded a 28 ft. catamaran and sailed across the Atlantic from Cape Town, South Africa, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in the U.S.
      This was her first bluewater experience on a yacht and she has been involved in the marine industry ever since. Ashleigh has accumulated 20,000 sea miles in both sail and motorized yachts, predominantly along the U.S. coast and in the Caribbean. She offers a high level of customer service, culinary and general sailing skills. She is an accomplished cook, catering for all dietary preferences, from celiac to vegan and everything between. Apart from her ocean crossing, her standout trip was sailing from Japan to Alaska via the Aleutian Islands in a 50 ft. catamaran. Ashleigh is a natural leader with a keen sense of people’s feelings and requirements – essential qualities on a yachting adventure.
      The Partnership Rudy and Ashleigh met while sailing between Japan and Alaska and have been sailing together ever since. Their strength lies in a shared love of the ocean and sailing. They are extremely positive, happy people who enjoy life and have a wealth of sailing experience, all of which they enjoy sharing. These attributes create a formidable partnership and a yachting adventure with them will be a wonderful, stimulating and unforgettable experience.

      Amy found her passion for the culinary arts working alongside Tina Bester, the Queen of Tarts, a
      household name in the South African food industry. Assisting in Tina’s cooking classes, running her café in Cape Town and helping with the publication of her two cookbooks led Amy to pursue her City and Guilds patisserie diploma. After qualifying, Amy headed kitchens and bakeries in both Cape Town and KwaZulu Natal. During this time, she mastered the art of fresh bread, pastries and cakes while perfecting her knowledge in all things food related. Amy’s natural ability to adapt, as well as her chef and hospitality experience, made her the preferred choice to complete the Aquila team. Amy is happiest when people are well fed. The smell of croissants baking, fresh local ingredients and beautifully presented food make up Amy’s cooking style.