Fairline Squadron 58

Fairline Squadron 58 is designed to tackle open water.

13th September 2001.
By Staff

The Fairline Squadron 58 is the latest member of a family of motoryachts from 52 to 65 feet long.

The Fairline Squadron 58 is the latest member of a family of motoryachts from 52 to 65 feet long.

Joining a family of sturdy motoryachts from 52 to 65 feet long, the Squadron 58 from Fairline Boats PLC features contemporary European styling, spacious accommodation and tough sea-keeping qualities associated with all Fairline boats, according to press material from the international boat builder.

Highlights of Squadron 58 include a spacious flybridge, which features three helm seats to the central console steering position. Forward of the helmsman position is a sunpad for private sunbathing, which also can provide further seating for guests. Aft, the C-shaped seating allows for generous entertaining and alfresco dining and a wet bar incorporates a sink, fridge and fully equipped BBQ griddle. Convenient access to the saloon is via an internal stairway.

img6725From the flybridge integral steps lead down to the covered aft cockpit with teak-laid decks, weatherproof seating and access hatch to the optional crew cabin with ensuite facilities. Twin transom gates lead to the bathing platform with tender garage, bathing ladder, hot and cold shower, wet locker and hydraulic passerelle.

img6724The generous foredeck sun-bathing area is accessed from the cockpit via wide side decks with high stainless steel handrails to allow easy movement around the boat, a key point for non-boating guests and crew.

From the aft cockpit, full-width doors lead to the interior, which is light and spacious, with electronically operated side tinted side windows. The boat has full standing headroom throughout its interior.

The saloon boasts a generous spacious seating and entertaining area. Steps rise to the dining area, fully equipped galley, main helm position and access to cabins below. A utility room with freezer and washer/drier can be incorporated is optional in place of a fourth cabin.

Finish work in the Squadron 58 is first-rate. Joinery and wood panels are multi-lacquered in America Cherry and Eucalyptus or Honey Maple and Bird’s Eye Maple.

img6723The full width master cabin features a full size bed, has generously proportioned en-suite facilities and clothes storage and walk-in full height closet. Two guest cabins, a double and twin, are fitted to the same standard and an optional fourth twin cabin, single or twin, can be fitted mid ships with access from the saloon.

A day head is standard.

Fairline Squadron 58 Specifications

Length overall 58’10″/17.92m
Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform) 57’10″/17.57m
Beam 16′/4.85m
Height above waterline (incl. arch and light mast) 19’9″/6.01m
Draft (approx. with stern drives down) 4’4″/1.30m
Dry Weight (approx.) 22 tons/22,353 kilograms
Water capacity (incl. calorifier) 206 gallons/247 U.S. gallons/936 litres
Fuel capacity 600 gallons/ 721 U.S. gallons/2727 litres
Number of berths six to ten
Engine recommendations 1,230 hp to 1,600 hp

Performance estimates

Twin 615-hp Volvo D12 EDC Diesel 28 knots
Twin 675-hp Volvo D12 EDC Diesel 30 knots
Twin 700-hp Volvo D12 EDC Diesel 31 knots
Twin 800-hp Caterpillar 3406E Diesel 33-plus-knots
Twin 660-hp Caterpillar 3196 Diesel 30-knots
Twin 800-hp MAN 1050 Diesel 33-knots
 

Price (depending on engine option): From 540,855 pounds (ex VAT
DM equivalent)

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