Fairline is set to add another model to the Squadron range, it's popular top line segment with the new 65 Squadron standing in the middle of the range between the 68 and 58 models. The new 65 Squadron, keeps the large yacht feeling with a stylish elegance taking a lot from the exterior design of the soon to be launched 55 model. Among the original amenities of the new model is a long central window running the full length of the sunpad on the foredeck, which not only floods the forward cabin with light, but adds a unique look to the exterior. Up top, the huge flybridge follows what has been the strong piece of recent Squadrons, with abundance of space filled with entertainment facilities and two large and luxurious sunbathing areas. A spacious single level saloon, with 2 c-shaped settees and an open plan c-shaped galley arrangement makes up the main living area of the yacht. The lower deck is all reserved for the cabins with a big dilemma for any owner whether to use the master stateroom or the forward cabin, such is the attractions of both, with their airy, light-filled atmosphere, spacious open-plan en suite layouts, floating central bed designs, massive wardrobe and storage space. The panoramic windows and sheer luxury of the full beam mid-ship master en suite may make the choice easier though. There is also a 2 singles berth starboard cabin and a double crew cabin aft, which is fitted out and finished to the same impeccable specification as the guests. The new 65 Squadron represents a true motor yacht in every sense, and a fine example of British marine engineering and craftsmanship.