This Squadron is another example of Fairline’s relentless pursuit of design excellence. Where a host of innovative touches are so elegantly applied, allowing you to enjoy pure luxury in an effortless and relaxed manner.
The 48 Squadron's expansive flybridge, for instance, creates a number of sociable scenarios; there’s a large seating area around a dining table that can be lowered to convert into a sunpad, as well as forward-facing seating alongside the upper helm - an exhilarating place to be whilst under way.
The submersible bathing platform offers a delightful way to enjoy the water and can also accommodate a jet tender. Move through to the large welcoming saloon and you will find relaxed seating areas to both port and starboard and sociable considerations like the forward-facing companionway seating alongside the helm. The naturally illuminated galley is carefully considered and perfectly specified. Below, the three cabins reflect the Squadron’s unmistakably high standards; with the flexibility of a dinette option in place of the third cabin.
- Length overall (inc. pulpit): 50’8” (15.46m)
- Length overall (exc. pulpit): 49’2” (15.00m)
- Beam (inc. gunwale): 14’2” (4.31m)
- Number of berths: 4 – 7
- Draught: 3’10” (1.18m) unloaded
- Height above waterline (inc. arch & nav. light mast): 18’2” (5.55m)
- Transport height: 16’ (4.87m)
- Dry weight (approx.): 13.28 imp. tons / 14.88 US tons (13,500kg)
- Fuel capacity: 288 gallons / 346 US gallons (1,309 litres)
- Water capacity (inc. calorifier): 106 gallons / 127 US gallons (482 litres)
Engines and Performances
- 2 x Volvo Penta IPS600 D6-435, diesel (435mhp each): 30 knots
- 2 x Volvo Penta IPS700 D8-550, diesel (550mhp each): 32 knots (estimated)