AQUILA YACHTS was founded in 2010 as a special purpose vehicle established in order to (1) develop and implement innovative technologies and materials, (2) set design and technology standards that provide competitive advantage in mass construction of large yachts, and (3) conduct laboratory and prototype tests (with the use of 24-metre long prototype yacht built by AQUILA YACHTS).
Innovative technological system developed by AQUILA YACHTS gives customers thus far unattainable possibilities to design almost any layout of the interior of mass-produced watercraft. And all this to meet sophisticated needs of the most demanding customers with the use of any interior style possible in a price range of mass-produced yacht.
The yard is capable of providing customers with unique application of the approved layout and the yacht style, both inside and out. A modern hull has been optimized for fast and pleasant sailing in high winds with big waves and rough water of the oceans. All comfort coefficients correspond to the values which make the crew feel good while maintaining the required ship stability and seaworthiness.
The project was recognized by the POLISH AGENCY FOR ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, Polish MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND HIGHER EDUCATION and THE NATIONAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE and for this reasons the EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND awarded it a grant.
AQUILA YACHTS was qualified to participate in the AMERICAN-POLISH UPIH programme supported by the NATIONAL CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, which is aimed at preparing Polish innovative companies to enter the global market and providing them with a wide network of business contacts in the United States. AQUILA YACHTS was also awarded a certificate that allows it to apply for support for innovative companies involved in commercializing the results of research and development work on global markets.
The President of AQUILA YACHTS Board drew up a patent application (filed in 2010) regarding innovative technology of polymer composites watercraft construction. This technology will be used to construct smaller composite watercraft up to approx. 15 metres in length.