February 17, 2022

Project: Fairline Squadron 58

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the new Phantom 65, British boat builder Fairline is again making waves with the project for a new Squadron 58, set to hit the water in the end of 2022 and to be showcased for the first time at the 2023 Düsseldorf show in January. A completely new design with exteriors by Mancini, hull by Vripack with interiors by Salt the Squadron 58 sets a new standard for the brand with unmistakably modern and unique innovations. The exterior design embraces the styling cues of iconic Squadrons of the past with the legendary triple-fin detail incorporated into the superstructure aft quarters. Most notably, the Squadron 58 comes with a highly desirable beach club option, a first for Fairline. Consisting of hydraulic fold-down balconies on both the port and starboard sides, an innovative new design for the high/low transom bathing platform, flexible and modular cockpit seating which allows for a bespoke arrangement that suits, complemented with a glass transom to enhance your connection to the water. When not in use, the bathing platform can be used to hold a tender and when desired, it remotely extends doubling in length and submerges into the water allowing plenty of space for sun loungers. The beach club comes complete with moveable cockpit bar stools.  Throughout the design, there is a continuous indoor/outdoor feel. In another first for Fairline, the cockpit and saloon are separated by an angled patio door, which ensures the flybridge staircase does not encroach into either the cockpit or interior space. The saloon oozes with natural light and offers an array of comfortable seating options for guests. Additional socialising space and a sunbathing area can be enjoyed on the foredeck. The flybridge features a spacious sun pad aft, wet bar, plenty of seating, hardtop with sunroof and wrap-around glazing to allow for uninterrupted views. The lower deck is designed with three cabins and two heads. The midships master stateroom comes complete with a king-sized bed, a dedicated bureau with stool and drawer storage to starboard, with a large port side sofa. At the stern, customers can add a crew cabin which is accessed through a door in the transom.  The new Squadron 58 will be powered by twin Volvo 900hp or optional 1000hp shaft drive engines.

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