Fairline Unveils Updates to the Squadron 65

The British builder spruces up the yacht’s design.

Fairline Squadron 65
Fairline adds a hardtop option for the Fairline Squadron 65. Courtesy Fairline

The Fairline Squadron 65 is quite a popular model for the storied British boatbuilder, though that doesn’t mean the company still doesn’t strive to improve her. Last September at the Cannes Yachting Festival Fairline announced an interior update as well as a new factory-fitted hardtop option for the boat. Now the company has announced yet more changes.

Alberto Mancini has designed sweeping new hull windows that serve double duty, both making the boat’s profile more sleek, and letting in massive amounts of light to the interior.

The Squadron 65 will also have a reimagined bowdeck, which will include a sky canopy, dining settee and sunpads. The space should make for a particularly appealing place to relax when moored stern-to, as passengers will be far from prying eyes on the dock. A free-flowing salon and spacious galley are other highlights on board the newly redesigned yacht, and should help make staying aboard her while cruising that much more enjoyable. Keep an eye out for this boat this summer — she’s an elegant vessel with a fresh start.


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