Squadron supreme

The Squadron 65 is the latest in the Squadron range from Fairline Yachts.


Photography by Fairline Yachts

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The British luxury motor yacht manufacturer, Fariline Yachts, have revealed their new look Squadron 65.

After the launch of a luxurious interior update and new factory fitted hardtop option at the Cannes Yachting Festival last September, Fairline announces the popular model’s latest enhancements.

The elegant new windows that sweep gracefully across the hull of the motor yacht are a styling cue from Alberto Mancini, who is a renowned superyacht designer.

The design of the hull window enables the interior of the lower deck to be bathed in natural light. This has meant that the design is set to become a feature across other Fairline models. This includes the eagerly anticipated Targa 63 GTO, launching late northern summer.

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The Squadron 65 contains the luxurious furnishings and hand-worked cabinetry that are hallmarks of the Squadron range. The 65 model features a new foredeck and entertaining area that offers uninterrupted sea views, sunbeds, a sky canopy, spacious seating, and a dining table.

The Squadron 65 embodies the simple and sophisticated single-floor living that is generally characteristic of a larger yacht. The sense of space on board is maximised through the open saloon area and the grand and well-equipped galley.

Russell Currie, Managing Director at Fairline Yachts, says, “We are passionate about continually evolving the style of our much-loved models. This latest edition of the popular Squadron 65 is inspired by our belief that nothing should get in the way of the perfect escape – not noisy crowds, busy beaches or overbooked hotels.

“The luxury and pleasure of an owners’ vacation should be absolutely and beautifully uninterrupted. And for that reason we have designed the ultimate private getaway in the form of the Squadron 65.”

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