Fairline reveals new look Squadron 65
Published: Tuesday, 09 May 2017
British manufacturer Fairline Yachts revealed its new look Squadron 65. Following a sumptuous interiors update and new factory fitted hardtop option, both launched at Cannes Yachting Festival last September, Fairline announced the popular model’s latest enhancements.
(Photos: Fairline Yachts - Squadron 65)
With the old Squadron 65 being sold for 78 units, the latest update of the model was generated by the accumulation of feedback from Squadron owners and the first one to be sold is currently being moulded. She will be presented at the Southampton Boat Show and Fort Lauderdale Boat Show later this year.
Alberto Mancini was the designer behind the new hull windows, which enable the interior of the lower deck to be bathed in natural light. To-be-launched model Targa 63 GTO also has this feature.
(Main saloon, galley and helm station)
The latest Squadron 65 also features a new foredeck entertaining area, offering sea views, seating, sunbeds, dining table and sky canopy, as well as luxurious furnishings and hand-worked cabinetry.
The newly-designed layout for single-floor living includes a free-flowing saloon area and a well-equipped galley.
Russell Currie, Managing Director at Fairline Yachts, said, “We are passionate about continually evolving the style of our much-loved models. This latest edition of the popular Squadron 65 is inspired by our belief that nothing should get in the way of the perfect escape – not noisy crowds, busy beaches or overbooked hotels.
“The luxury and pleasure of an owners’ vacation should be absolutely and beautifully uninterrupted. And for that reason we have designed the ultimate private getaway in the form of the Squadron 65.”