LOA: 12.95 m
Beam: 4.22 m
Dry Weight: 6123 kgs
No. Cabins: 2
No. Berths: 4
No. Bathrooms/Heads: 2
Engine: 2 x VOLVO PENTA D6 370 (2 x 370 Hp) Diesel
2 Volvo Penta 6 cilinder diesel engines, 370 kw each; plm 160 hr.
Bow and stern thruster
Hydronautica remote control for engines and thrusters
2017: airconditioning (Frigomar) to saloon and bedrooms
2017: Besenzoni gangway
2017: Presto Lift tenderlift 500 kg
Garmin GPS Map 5012 on lower and flybridge helm,
Garmin GHP 10 autopilot on lower and flybridge helm
Garmin VHF incl AIS on lower and flybridge helm
Saloon, two bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms with toilets and separate showerstalls
Kitchen with magnetron/oven, ceramic cooktop, fridge and freezer,
Worktops in kitchen and bathrooms Avonite black,
32” power-up flatscreen tv, Bose 321 entertainment system
TV in master bedroom
Upgraded upholstery, carpets, curtain
Heating to all rooms and bathrooms
Flybridge kitchen unit with cold and hot water, grill, fridge, icemaker
Bimini top Navy/Linen supreme
Teak on swim platform, cockpit and flybridge
Blue mood lighting.
EU VAT PAID.
The iconic Squadron series has always been regarded as representing Fairline’s most visually striking, design-advanced and exclusive models. They have, until now, also been the largest yachts in this internationally renowned line-up.
With the launch of the new Squadron 42, which incorporates many of the design and technology advances pioneered in her larger sister ships - as well as many practical, cutting-edge innovations seen here for the first time - Fairline have created a unique flybridge yacht of ultimate luxury, spaciousness and performance, all within a remarkably compact hull length.
She’s every inch a Squadron, thanks to the elegant, sweeping lines and huge, panoramic window areas that not only look fabulous, but which flood the interior with light and give a spacious, airy feeling. That same sense of space and ‘big boat’ luxury is further enhanced by the extra-large flybridge, the walk-around side decks - and the unusual ‘openness’ of the cockpit with its twin transom gates. These allow easy access on either side of the cockpit seating which converts - cleverly and easily - into a unique, rear-facing lounger.