Fairline 50 Squadron is a flybridge motor yacht launched in 2014. Its developers claim that they rewrote the rules of shipbuilding, moving the bulkheads back and making the nose wider. An innovative approach allowed to create a vessel with a completely new layout.
One of the features of the yacht model is a large area of panoramic glazing of the yacht's hull. Thanks to another innovation, a tall hull and superstructure, the cabin and cabins seem more spacious. The transparent sunroof in the master cabin gives a feeling of open space.
In the cabin there is a control panel with a soft U-shaped sofa and a dining room. The spacious flybridge features a bar and fridge. There is also a dining area, which is transformed into a lounger for relaxation. The owner’s apartment with a glass ceiling is located aft, on the lower deck there are two cabins with bathrooms and a shower for 4 guests. At the request of the customer, another double cabin with access to the cockpit can be equipped.
An additional advantage of the yacht is the platform, which is lowered by hydraulic drive and provides access to water.
Fairline 50 Squadron with a displacement of 14 tons has a draft of 1.2 meters. Equipped with two engines of Volvo Penta IPS with a capacity of 1200 horsepower, the model of the yacht has a cruising speed of up to 25 knots. Maximum speed can reach up to 31 knots.
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