Fairline have left nothing to chance when it came to designing and building the new Squadron 53. Every precisely-placed curve, every elegant edge, every understated shade of colour has its place in the grand scheme of things. No line or curve is left unconsidered, simply because absolute attention to detail and a genuine appreciation of quality go hand-in-hand. Painstakingly handcrafting an object of luxury such as the Squadron 53 is a matter of personal enjoyment and inner satisfaction. In fact, you only have to run your hand over the perfectly matched grain of the 53’s woodwork, or take in the graceful arch of its swept flybridge, or immerse yourself in a space so thoroughly considered to know it’s all true.
When Fairline embarked on their new design vision for the Squadron 53, a conscious decision was made to be bold. The classic Fairline form was re-imagined, in collaboration with one of Italy’s most exciting yacht designers, Alberto Mancini. New ideas and styles were incorporated but never at the expense of Fairlines uncompromising engineering heritage. The result is that every feature on the Squadron 53, whether you can immediately see it or not, has been carefully thought about and assembled with the entire yacht in mind.
The differences in the new yacht are breathtaking. Complete new exterior styling by Alberto Mancini. Multiple layout configurations of galley up or down and 3 or 4 cabin layout with crew. A flat floor from the cockpit through the saloon to the lower helm, allowing for full standing height in the master cabin with a flat ceiling throughout. An expansive cockpit with L-Shape seating and a 3-person sun pad conversion. Foredeck seating with sunshade and a spacious flybridge with wet bar, fridge and ice maker. A resin infused hull construction for strength and weight saving with shaft drive engine options up to 850 hp for a 34 knot estimated maximum speed and bow thruster as standard. A Hi-Lo bathing platform with steps to the transom and a 500kg lifting capacity to carry a tender or jet-ski. Gyroscopic stabilisation option available.
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