Aquila of Scotland is a beautiful example of a gentleman’s motor yacht, designed and built by Bushnells, of Wargrave in 1963/64. The vessel is 47 ft long with a beam of 14.6 ft and has a fully moulded GRP keel. A pair of T6.354.4 Perkins 6 cylinder engines rated at 185hp were fitted approx. 8 years ago. Inside is spacious and flooded with natural light. All the internal spaces offer excellent head room which makes her a pleasure to be aboard. Accommodation comprises two cabins and an en suite shower room to the master cabin. The living area has plenty of storage space and there are steps down to the kitchen area.
A large wheelhouse on the upper deck leads to a good size deck which can be enjoyed all year round. Aquila of Scotland is a great cruising boat as well as an attractive and spacious pied-à-terre. Chelsea Harbour is a tranquil haven from the buzz of the city. The development is served by Imperial Wharf national rail station which links to the tube. It provides direct rail links with Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction, as well as Southern services to Milton Keynes Central and East Croydon. There are bus services including bus route C3 which links Chelsea Harbour with Earl's Court, Fulham and Clapham Junction.