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2010 Fairline Squadron 74

Everything we've learned in nearly 40 years of building fine motor yachts is
embodied in the breathtakingly elegant, award-winning Squadron 74. From the
well proven sea-going hull form to the smallest detail of the cabinetry, we have
drawn on the lessons learned from the creation of more than 10,000 Fairline boats
to create a Grand Luxe motor yacht quite without peer.

From the design concept to the computer model - to full-size walk-through mock-up
absolutely nothing has been left to chance; every inch of this boat fits a precise
design purpose. Quite simply, the Squadron 74 is the embodiment of what a luxury
performance motor yacht should be; and she is without equal. She took three years
to develop, and countless thousands of man-hours. And it shows.


Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform inc. gunnel):73ft 4in 22.34m
Length overall (inc. gunnel)74ft 6in 22.68m
Beam (inc. gunnel)18ft8in 5.69m
Number of berths8 - 10
Draught (unloaded):5ft 3in 1.61m
Height above waterline (inc. mast):
Transport height:18ft 5in 5.61m
Dry weight (approx. with MAN D2842/LE404):45.5 tons 46,250kg
Fuel capacity:1,296 gals/1,556 US gals 5892L
Water capacity (inc. calorifier):251 gals/301 US gals 1,140 L
Engine recommendations (twin)2720mhp to 3100mhp

Performance Estimates

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 crew, fuel and water carried can all adversely affect performance. For these and other reasons we can give no performance guarantees.

2 x MAN 1360 CRM Diesel 1360mhp each:

31 knots
2 x Caterpillar C30-1550 Diesel 1550mhp each: 33 knots

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