Fairline Yachts announces line-up for London Boat Show 2018
London Boat Show – 10-14 January 2018 – ExCeL London, Stand LB260

Throughout 2017 Fairline Yachts has celebrated its 50th anniversary with a year of Golden Moments, including the launch of the first Alberto Mancini designed yacht, the Targa 63 GTO, which scooped Best Exterior Design in the 60-80ft category at the World Yacht Trophies. Going into 2018, The Targa 63 GTO has also been nominated for a European Powerboat Award and, alongside the Fairline Targa 53 OPEN, has been announced as a Motor Boat & Yachting Award finalist. The new era of Fairline brings together the hugely successful partnership between the Italian designer, the British boatyard, and renowned Dutch naval architects, Vripack. Together the team have created award-winning models, which are instantly recognisable with effortless styling and large interior spaces that flow seamlessly.

The Fairlines on show at the London Boat Show 2018, are:

Squadron 53
The Squadron 53, crafted with Alberto Mancini’s design expertise, has proven to be extemely popular. The yacht, based on Fairline’s existing and well proven 53ft hull, features a Mancini design from the deck upwards, showcasing the direction of Fairline’s new exterior styling.
This expansive cruiser features a spacious main deck with a flat floor from the cockpit to the lower helm, which in turn ensures a flat ceiling in the master cabin offering a generous 6ft 4in headroom at the foot of the large double bed. Expertly hand crafted to order using the highest quality materials, the Squadron 53 offers uninterrupted refined luxury.


Targa 53 OPEN
This sleek and stylish cruiser is the ideal luxury cruiser for entertaining and relaxation. Emphasised by eye-catching, tapered hull glazing, the sophisticated design maximises natural light and brings added brightness to the spacious master cabin, galley and saloon below. Four separate mouldings create an immensely strong monocoque construction, which maximises rigidity while at the same time reducing noise and vibration. This is enhanced by a resin infusion manufacturing process resulting in useful weight savings for increased performance and agility.