Sino Eagle signs water-system deal for Aquila 46

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Whale Water Systems was chosen as the water systems supplier for Sino Eagle's Aquila 46 Power Catamarans.

The water systems will provide fresh, gray and bilge waste water management systems, pipework and faucets on the luxury catamarans.

The Aquila 46 features upgraded amenities, including an oversized flybridge with an accentually positioned helm station, a sun bathing pad and forward walk-through steps from both sides of the flybridge to the foredeck.

The vessels have been commissioned as charterboats for the MarineMax Vacations group, which offers charter yacht vacations from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean.

“Our goal was to find a company that can provide a reliable and cost-effective plumbing package for our new Aquila 46,” Sino Eagle USA chief executive Jean Raas said in a statement.

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