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New Details on Fairline F-Line 33 and Squadron 64

Ahead of the Boot Düsseldorf show, Fairline released details about the F-Line 33 and Squadron 64.

January 21, 2018
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British builder Fairline Yachts has released new details about the F-Line 33 and Squadron 64 — both scheduled to debut in 2019, with designs by Alberto Mancini.

F-Line 33
The F-Line 33 is a day-boat design with a forward sun pad, powered with twin Volvo D3-220 sterndrives. Courtesy of Fairline Yachts

The F-Line 33 is a day-boat design with a forward sun pad, aft seating that converts to another sun pad, and a drop-down transom that extends deck space. Accommodations for a weekend on the hook include a double berth, day head with shower, and table that converts to a second berth. Base price is about $303,500 with twin Volvo D3-220 sterndrive engines.

Squadron 64
The Squadron 64 is built on the same Vripack wide-chine hull as the builder’s Targa 63 GTO. Courtesy of Fairline Yachts

The Squadron 64 is built on the same Vripack wide-chine hull as the Targa 63 GTO. It has an aft-facing galley, and owners can choose three or four staterooms as well as a crew cabin. Twin Caterpillar C18 1150 diesel engines are standard at a base price of about $2.14 million.

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Look for Fairline at Boot Düsseldorf: The Targa 63 GTO is expected to be on display along with the Targa 48 GT, Targa 48 Open and Squadron 53.

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