Compare the sheer amount of intelligent, usable space this new Squadron has to offer over yachts of similar size, and you begin to appreciate its truly innovative nature.
To achieve the seemingly impossible, we simply had to rewrite the rule book. Bulkheads were moved back, the bow was made beamier, all to create a yacht that has beautifully proportioned rooms, not mere cabins; where the forward master defies its position in the bow with impressively wide dimensions; where the galley is perfectly positioned so you are not tucked away from the action; and a flybridge that doesn’t feel like a flybridge, more like a large luxurious lounge open to the sky.
|Length overall (inc. pulpit)||51ft (15.55m)|
|Length overall (ex. pulpit)||49ft 1in (14.96m)|
|Beam (inc. gunwale)||14ft 8in (4.47m)|
|Number of berths||6 - 7|
|Draught||4ft (1.21m) unloaded|
|Height above waterline (inc. arch + nav. light mast)||19ft 1in (5.83m)|
|Transport height||16ft 5in (5m)|
|Dry weight (approx.)||18.80 tons (19,100kg)|
|Fuel capacity||503 gals/604 US gals (2,288L)|
|Water capacity (inc. calorifier)||121 gals/145 US gals (550L)|
See Fairline Boats plc at http://www.fairline.com/