The new Fairline Squadron 64 proves once again that the British yacht builders of Fairline have also arrived in the upper class of yacht building in terms of design and style.
The Fairline Squadron 64 has excellent handling characteristics and stability thanks to the modern hull design of the Dutch design office Vripack. Equipped with a maximum of two 1200 hp MAN V8 diesel engines, the yacht, which is over 20 metres long, accelerates up to 32 knots. The attractive exterior with its elegant, streamlined lines and large window fronts was designed by the Italian designer Alberto Mancini.
Variable Flybridge The generous flybridge of the 64 is available either open or with a hardtop with integrated sunroof and is offered in three different layouts. Owners can choose whether they prefer an additional seating area with table or a large sun lounger facing the bow and a two-seater in addition to the outside steering position. At the rear of the flybridge, there is the option of two l-shaped seating areas, with tables facing back, or a free, lounge-like aft deck with space for three free-standing sun loungers. At the centre of the flybridge is a generous U-shaped seating area with a large dining table and adjoining wetbar with fridge, outdoor grill and sink.
Tailored for socialising The main deck of the Fairline Squadron 64 offers an equally generous layout for socialising on board as the spacious flybridge. On the foreship you can spend the day relaxing on a large sun lounger or the large seating area with table. Aft the enormous bathing platform invites you to take a refreshing dip in the sea. The spacious cockpit has a further seating area with a large dining table, which, covered by the flybridge, offers a shaded spot on deck. A large glass front leads from here to the bright saloon area, which is decorated with fine materials and offers plenty of space for socialising. The spacious, open kitchen is connected to the cockpit via a counter and allows you to follow the conversations in the expansive lounge area while cooking.
Luxury in the cabins Fairline offers the Squadron 64 in two different cabin layouts, both of which offer a double cabin for the crew with separate bath in the stern of the yacht. In the standard version, the 64 offers three double cabins and four bathrooms. The elegant and luxurious owner's suite is located in the middle of the ship. In addition to the king size double bed, it offers a very spacious bathroom with separate shower, a two-seater couch, walk-in wardrobe and plenty of freedom of movement. Another spacious cabin with a large double bed is located in the foreship of the 64 and offers an en-suite bathroom with separate shower, as does the third starboard cabin with two single beds. A fourth bathroom, which is located at the entrance to the saloon, can optionally give way to a fourth guest cabin with a bunk bed, which allows the Squadron 64 to travel with a maximum of 10 people including crew.
Technical data: Length over all: 20,37 m Width: 5,23 m Draught: 1,57 m Displacement: N/A Motorization: max. 2 x 1,200 HP