New Squadron 64 set to bolster Fairline’s range
Published: Thursday, 23 November 2017
British boat manufacturer Fairline Yachts announces plans for its new Squadron 64, which will launch at Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2018.
(Photo: Fairline Yachts - new Squadron 64)
The new Squadron 64 is the latest model designed for Fairline Yachts by superyacht designer Alberto Mancini.
The partnership between the Italian designer and British boatyard, which began with the Targa 63 GTO, has created a recognisable sleek hull shape with styling and large interior spaces that flow seamlessly.
Taking inspiration from Mancini’s Targa 63 GTO, the Squadron 64 will be built on the same Vripack wide chine hull.
Head of Design at Fairline Yachts, Andrew Pope, comments, “The work Fairline has been doing with Alberto Mancini and Vripack has resulted in an exceedingly strong foundation upon which we can create multiple new and exciting models and the new Squadron 64 is evidence of that.
“Our Squadron range has always aimed to provide owners with the ultimate private luxury getaway – the new Squadron 64 is no exception.”
With three or four cabin accommodation, twin crew cabin and multiple flybridge and main deck configurations, Fairline is confident that new Squadron 64 offers a layout suitable for every boating territory around the world.
Prices of the Squadron 64 will start from GBP1,410,000 (excluding taxes).