April 14, 2009

New Model: Fairline 65 Squadron

Fairline is preparing for the launch of its all new 65 Squadron later this spring. The first Squadron 65 departed the company’s Nene Valley factory in Oundle, Northamptonshire on Monday 6th April 2009 making the 100 mile road journey to Fairline’s testing facility in Ipswich, where she will undergo extensive tests to ensure the highest quality standards throughout. The 65 Squadron is destined for customer delivery in May, following commissioning and intensive sea trials with Fairline as well as the press in the Solent with specialist marine journalists. A second 65 Squadron is already in production and will make her first show debut at the Cannes and Southampton Boat Show, both taking place in September. The 65 foot motor yacht is the latest addition to Fairline's Squadron flybridge marque. Key features of the newest Squadron include four luxuriously appointed cabins and a single-level flat floor that extends from the saloon through to the dinette and galley area, providing an exceptional feeling of spaciousness. The expansive exterior accommodation of the flybridge includes dedicated dining seating and sunbathing areas as well as a comprehensive bar area with refrigerator, icemaker, sink and BBQ griddle. Her anticipated top speed is 34 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.41 m (67ft)
Hull Length - 18.48 m
Beam - 5.24 m
Draft - 1.37 m unloaded
Weight - 29.53 t
Fuel Capacity - 3542 l
Water Capacity - 1140 l
Accommodation - 6 - 8 berths
Engines - 2 x Cats C18 1015hp, MAN V10 1100hp
Speed - 35 knots max with MAN 1100hp, 34 knots with Cats C18

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