2014 Fairline Squadron 50
The Fairline Squadron 50 is aimed at those who want to mix their passion for sailing in deep waters with luxury and comfort.
Compared to other yachts of its size the Fairline Squadron 50 features an innovative design with the bulkheads moved back and a reshaped bow which allowed for more spacious rooms that offer a higher level of comfort. You’ll also like the luxurious flybridge and the aft gallery with raised saloon.
The Fairline Squadron 50 is available with a choice of two types of engines namely twin Volvo Penta D11-670 EVC Shaft Diesel 670 mhp (each 30 Knots) or twin Caterpillar C12-710 Shaft Diesel 710 mhp units (each 31 Knots).
Hit the jump for more information on the Fairline Squadron 50.
2014 Fairline Squadron 50
Engine:2 x Volvo Penta D11-670 EVC Shaft Diesel
Horsepower @ RPM:670
Top Speed:30 knots mph (Est.)
Compare the sheer amount of intelligent, usable space this new Squadron has to offer over yachts of similar size, and you begin to appreciate its truly innovative nature.
To achieve the seemingly impossible, we simply had to rewrite the rule book. Bulkheads were moved back, the bow was made beamier, all to create a yacht that has beautifully proportioned rooms, not mere cabins; where the forward master defies its position in the bow with impressively wide dimensions; where the galley is perfectly positioned so you are not tucked away from the action; and a flybridge that doesn’t feel like a flybridge, more like a large luxurious lounge open to the sky.
2014 Fairline Squadron 50 Key Features:
• Spacious flybridge with bar and fridge, forward seating, sunpad conversion and teak table convertible to sunlounger option
• Aft galley with raised saloon
• Power-drop saloon windows option
• Spacious forward master cabin with king size bed and overhead glazing
• Port and starboard mid-ship guest cabins (starboard with double bed conversion )
• Lazarette or crew cabin with full-width aft glazing option
• Tender Launch System option
• Twin transom gates
2014 Fairline Squadron 50 Features and Benefits:
A nice place to be
In terms of both equipment and styling, the huge, airy saloon is an example of interior design at its very best and here we feature enormous panoramic windows. The aft positioned galley places you right at the heart of the action and helps deliver the perfect, sociable alfresco environment.
The spectacular, light-filled master cabin with its panoramic hull windows, overhead glazed panels and 6’6" flat headroom, boasts dimensions that would shame many 60ft boats. You’ll also find two beautifully appointed guest cabins, as well as two large en suite bathrooms. An optional fourth cabin with feature window can be easily accessed from the cockpit.
The flybridge is larger than previously seen on a boat of this size, providing plentiful areas for entertaining and relaxing. Aft, the ‘frameless’ glass entrance door - with its own opening window - allows seamless access to the extensive cockpit. Fairline’s Tender Launch System helps watercraft up to the size and weight of a Williams 285 Jet RIB effortlessly in and out of the water.
|Engine||2 x Volvo Penta D11-670 EVC Shaft Diesel 670mhp each: 30 knots|
|2 x Caterpillar C12-710 Shaft Diesel 710mhp each: 31 knots|
|Length overall (inc. pulpit):||51ft (15.55m)|
|Length overall (ex. pulpit):||49ft 1in (14.96m)|
|Beam (inc. gunwale):||14ft 8in (4.47m)|
|Number of berths:||6 - 7|
|Draught:||4ft (1.21m) unloaded|
|Height above waterline (inc. arch + nav. light mast):||19ft 1in (5.83m)|
|Transport height:||16ft 5in (5m)|
|Dry weight (approx.):||18.80 tons (19,100kg)|
|Fuel capacity:||503 gals/604 US gals (2,288L)|
|Water capacity (inc. calorifier):||121 gals/145 US gals (550L)|