January 10, 2020

New Model: Fairline Squadron 68

Fairline present its new flagship with the elegant Alberto Mancini designed Squadron 68. But the new Squadron 68 as the new Fairline models is so much more, thanks to two different layouts for the flybridge deck, and other three choices for the lower deck.  The lower deck choices go from a standard three cabin layout with a fourth day head, to an extended forward VIP room, and a four cabins version with bunk twin berth cabin to starboard.  The choice in the flybridge revert around the forward port side area for a C-shaped cocktail table dinette, or a sunpad with a forward looking settee.  The Fairline Squadron 68 shares hull with Targa 65 hull, albeit a bit longer and is powered by the same standard Cats 1150hp, or optional Man 1200hp engines.  Speed numbers are not yet communicated but expect high twenty top speeds and cruising in just under the mid twenties.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 21.12 m (69.3ft)
Beam - 5.23 m
Draft - 1.57 m unloaded
Displacement - 39.3 t dry
Fuel Capacity - 4680 l
Water Capacity - 1080 l
Max Persons - 16
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, or eight berths in four cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Cats C18 1150hp, Man V8 1200hp
Propulsion - direct line shaft
Construction - hand laid infused cored hull and super structure, Isphotalic resin and gel coat 
Project - Alberto Mancini design, Vripack hull shape naval architecture
Certification - CE B

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