2010 Fairline Squadron 65
The moment you step on board this magnificent Squadron, a wonderful large yacht feeling of stylish elegance embraces you. The long central window running the full length of the sunpad on the foredeck not only floods the forward cabin with light, but adds a unique look to the exterior. Up top, the huge flybridge is a masterpiece of practical design, with fabulous entertainment facilities and two large, luxurious day beds.
The spacious single-level saloon, with its sumptuous furnishings and elegant cabinetry, merely hints at the stunning quality and standard of finish to be discovered throughout this extraordinary yacht. Whether to use the master stateroom or the forward cabin will be a dilemma for the owners, such will be the attractions of both, with their airy, light-filled atmosphere, spacious open-plan en suite layouts, elegant floating bed designs and massive wardrobe and storage space. The panoramic windows and sheer luxury of the master en suite may make the choice easier though. Occupants of the aft cabin too, whether guests or crew, will enjoy their own en suite facilities and unusually large panoramic windows.
A true Squadron in every sense - and a fine example of the ultimate in British marine engineering and craftsmanship.
|Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform inc. gunnel):||60ft 8in (18.48m)|
|Length overall (inc. gunnel)||67ft (20.41m)|
|Beam (inc. gunnel)||17ft 2in (5.24m)|
|Number of berths||6 - 8|
|Draught (unloaded):||4ft 6in (1.37m) unloaded|
|Height above waterline (inc. mast):||(inc. arch + nav. light mast): 22ft 7in (6.89m)|
|Transport height:||18ft 6in (5.63m)|
|Dry weight:||29.53 tons (30,000kg)|
|Fuel capacity:||779 gals/936 US gals (3,542L)|
|Water capacity (inc. calorifier):||236 gals/284 US gals (1,074L)|
|Engine recommendations (twin)||from 2,030mhp to 2,300mhp|
Performance estimates are given in good faith, but are in no way guaranteed for any particular boat. Dirt on the bottom of the boat, damage to the propellers, engine tuning, external water and air temperatures and the weight of the crew, fuel and water carried can all adversely affect performance.
2 x Caterpillar C18-1015 Shaft Diesel 1,015mhp each: 34 knots
2 x Caterpillar C18-1150 (With Hydraulic Thruster Option) Shaft Diesel 1,150mhp each: 36 knots
2 x Caterpillar C18-1150 Shaft Diesel 1,150mhp each: 36 knots
2 x MAN V10 1100 (With Hydraulic Thruster Option) Shaft Diesel 1,100mhp each: 35 knots
2 x MAN V10 1100 Shaft Diesel 1,100mhp each: 35 knots
2 x Caterpillar C18-1015 (With Hydraulic Thruster Option) Shaft Diesel 1,015mhp each: 34 knots
Starboard Guest Cabin:
Aluminium venetian blinds Bedside stowage Drawer(s) under bed Full length berths x 2 with high-comfort interior sprung mattresses Halogen ceiling lights Hanging locker with mirror Lockers (mid-level) Luxurious bedding Reading lights Stainless steel opening porthole(s) with flyscreen Wardrobe with cedar linings
220v/240v shaving point Automatic shower tray pump-out system Avonite® vanity unit with locker and basin with hot and cold pressurised water Electric silent-flush freshwater toilet Extractor fan Frosted porthole Full set of bathroom fittings Full standing height shower with solid teak gratings and hinged door Mirror Stainless steel opening porthole(s) with flyscreen Stowage locker Timber flooring Towel rail Towel set - white
Fuel balance pipe High capacity water separators and fuel filters with audible alarms at lower helm Individual fillers and vents to port and starboard Marine grade alloy fuel tanks x 2
Automatic, pressurised supply Calorifier hot water system Manual override switch at lower helm Water tank(s)
Waste Water System:
Holding tank(s) with electric pump