The new flagship from Fairline Yachts, the Squadron 68 will soon debut at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival. With her contemporary styling by Alberto Mancini, the Squadron 68 is effortlessly modern. Packed with the latest technologies, the highest quality of materials and made, by hand, in England. The new Squadron 68 pairs fashionable convenience with a well considered layout ensuring family adventures beckon every time you approach its sheer, alluring beauty.
The Squadron 68 is a spacious flybridge design that combines all the best features of her smaller sisters in the Squadron range – the Squadron 48 and Squadron 53 – with even more onboard space. Perfect for adventuring further afield, she is both rugged and elegant with eager lines. Designed by Alberto Mancini her profile is modern and bold and ideal for enjoying family adventures. Open-plan living is the watchword both inside and out, with all areas maximised.
The Squadron 68’s elevated flybridge is the perfect setting for enjoying time on the water. Boasting uninterrupted views, the flybridge has no less than three individually styled areas to choose from, including triple sunloungers aft, a sumptuous dining space and forward seating. It is no surprise that guests gravitate towards the flybridge which adapts easily depending on use and environment. Other outdoor spaces include the main aft deck, with seating and dining options, and a sunbed and seating private space on the forward deck. The aft deck leads easily down to the transom and swim platform, the perfect base for water activities.
High luxury finishes are seen throughout the interior, including beautiful high-gloss woods, sumptuous furnishings and full window that flood each space with light. As with the entire Squadron range, there are four custom interior décor schemes to choose from – Amalfi, St. Tropez, the Hamptons and Capri – in order to create a bespoke design.
The single level main saloon is the largest interior guest space, with lounge seating, an entertainment system including large pop up TV, bar and dining space. The saloon flows around the open aft-facing modern galley, with socialising and entertainment at the heart of the yacht’s entire design. Alberto Mancini’s fluid layout easily leads you from space to space, with a bright and open feel throughout the yacht.
Accommodation is for up to 10 guests, with either a three or four cabin layout. The master cabin is a particularly impressive space with a double bed, separate seating area and concealed ensuite. Additional accommodation includes the double en suite cabin forward, an a ensuite guest cabin with two single beds and a day head on the lower deck. An optional four cabin configuration adds an extra two-bunk cabin if required.
For those looking for huge amounts of onboard space and outdoor living, all packaged into one luxurious and adventurous yacht, the Squadron 68 is it.