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Fairline Squadron 65 (2009-)
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Brief Summary

The Fairline Squadron 65 is designed to go fast and provide accommodations for six guests. Its interior is as Modern as they come and the exterior styling is what we have some to expect from builders in Northern Europe – a nice blend of Italian styling with a more traditional nautical design.

Key Features

  • All gel coat and glass fibre hand laid with unidirectional, biaxial and woven rovings
  • Hydraulic hi/lo bathing platform for tender launching and recovery
  • Thermal insulation to forward cabin and upper deck roof space
  • Rigid swim ladder to bathing platform
  • Teak laid bathing platform
  • Transom gate from cockpit to hi/lo bathing platform
  • Large sunbathing area forward of helm position
  • Radar arch / mast
  • Specifications

    Length Overall 67' 0 ''
    20.41 m
    Beam 17' 2''
    5.24 m
    Dry Weight 66,138 lbs.
    30,000 kg
    Tested Weight N/A
    Draft 4' 6''
    1.37 m
    - Draft Up N/A
    - Draft Down N/A
    - Air Draft N/A
    Deadrise/Transom 18 deg.
    Max Headroom N/A
    Bridge Clearance N/A
    Weight Capacity N/A
    Person Capacity N/A
    Fuel Capacity 936 gal.
    3,542 L
    Water Capacity 284 gal.
    1,074 L
    Length on Trailer N/A
    Height on Trailer N/A
    Trailer Weight N/A
    Total Weight
    (Trailer, Boat, & Engine)
    N/A

    Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

    Engine Options

    Std. Power Not Available
    Tested Power Currently no test numbers
    Opt. Power 2 x Caterpillar C18-1015 Shaft Diesel 1,015 mhp
    2 x MAN V10 1100 Shaft Diesel 1,100 mhp
    2 x Caterpillar C18-1150 Shaft Diesel 1,150 mhp
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    Acceleration Times & Test Conditions

    Time To Plane
    0 to 30
    Ratio
    Props
    Load
    Climate

    Captain's Report

    Fairline Squadron 65
    The Fairline Squadron 65 has the muscle of its Italian distant cousins, but a more subdued profile. The builder says she’ll go 35 knots WOT with twin 1,100-hp engines. Note the stained green glass down the middle of the foredeck which keeps the VIP cabin bright. (No peeping, please!)

    It’s always seemed odd that one of Britain’s premier semi-custom yacht builders did much of its handiwork in jumbled series of factories around a landlocked town called Oundle. Driving to the place required winding along many miles of narrow roads through Tudor-era towns with thatch roofs. To come upon a boatbuilding facility—and one that’s been responsible for more than 10,000 launches in its 42-year history—is a surprise. But Fairline Boats continues to thrive and make ever-larger models, although now the company has a product development facility on saltwater where it commissions its big boats. Introduced last fall, the Fairline Squadron 65, while not the largest, is the latest addition to the company’s flagship line. She is a stylish, although not extreme, well-crafted motor yacht with the legs of a thoroughbred.

    Fairline Squadron 65
    With a 17’2” beam (5.24 m) Fairline has managed to get the requisite three staterooms and three en suite heads in its accommodation space. Note that it has also gotten in a day head. Captain’s cabin is aft and snug, European-style. Note there are steps up to the forward stateroom and steps in the hallway to the master.
    Fairline Squadron 65
    In keeping with the interior design trend emanating from south of the Alps, you can see in this drawing the Bauhaus Modern look of the design. We like the skipper and companion seat at the helm, as often only one seat is placed on 65-footers. The galley is open, American style.

    Anyone who’s been to England knows the indigenous craft tend to be, well, braced for the elements. They can be boxy, not particularly pretty and made to overcome the notoriously snotty weather those folks are forced to do their boating in. With 95 percent of its production going overseas, Fairline is not tethered to such conventions. Hence, the Squadron 65 more resembles a Mediterranean sun-worshipping machine than a dowdy, weather-resistant product of the old sod.

    Flying Bridge...

    The flybridge deck is completely al fresco. Were you in an environment where the weather cooperates, it would be hard to imagine spending daylight hours anywhere else. Settees and sun pads are in abundance and beg to be used. The deck has plenty of room for entertaining. And let’s not forget the upper helm. It could be assumed that would be the best seat in the house on a nice day barreling along at 35 knots.

    Fairline Squadron 65
    The saloon is as modern as the latest issue of Vogue. Note the square corners, solid tones, wood treatments. The lighting under the furniture makes it appear to be floating.

    The Squadron 65 has a relatively sedate interior—clean and contemporary. Its design and décor flourishes are quite subtitle and yachtsmen must pay close attention to detail. As always with Fairline, the joinery is finished to a high spec. The Squadron 65 has accommodations for six, plus two crew in an optional cabin aft. All cabins have en suite facilities. The master amidships and the VIP forward have beds of equal scale. The master bath is a bit more elaborate.

    Fairline Squadron 65
    Clutter? We don’t think so. Bright and modern rule the day in the master. Just don’t let the dog in after he’s been swimming.
    Fairline Squadron 65
    The VIP is forward and has excellent ventilation and light thanks to the skylight right down the centerline of the foredeck.
    Fairline Squadron 65
    The twin cabin is sedate and nicely appointed with under bunk lighting and mirrors. However, with a 17’2” beam the bunks must be narrow which are ideal for kids.

    Power...

    The power options available, from MAN and Caterpillar, vary slightly in horsepower from just over 1,000, but according to company information, will push the boat to top speeds in the mid-30 knot range. Driving a 65-foot, 30-ton boat traveling 35 knots is an exhilarating experience, especially if you’re on the flybridge. Fuel burn? Forget about it. Just keep an eye on the needle and go.

    Standard and Optional Features

    Marine Electronics

    Autopilot Standard
    GPS/Chart Standard
    Radar Standard
    VHF Radio Standard

    Systems

    Air Cond./Heat Standard
    Battery Charger/Converter Standard
    CD Stereo Standard
    Dripless Shaft Seals Standard
    Head: Fixed Standard
    Shore Power Standard
    Trim Tabs Standard
    TV/DVD Standard
    Washdown: Fresh Water Standard
    Water Heater Standard
    Windlass Standard

    Galley

    Icemaker Standard
    Microwave Standard
    Refrigerator Standard

    Exterior Features

    Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
    Swim Ladder Standard
    Swim Platform Standard
    Transom Door Standard
    Transom Shower Standard
    Wet bar Standard

    Boats More Than 30 Feet

    Bow Thruster Standard
    Freezer Standard
    Generator Standard
    Helm: Second Station Standard
    Washer/Dryer Standard
    Washer/Dryer Standard

    Warranty

    Full Warranty Information on this brand coming soon!

    Price