Introducing the Latest Fairline Yacht Debuts: Discover the Newest Additions to the Luxury Yacht Market
This autumn, Fairline's Phantom 65 and Squadron 68 will make their Cannes Yachting Festival debuts.
Featuring alfresco dining, entertaining, and lounging areas, the Phantom 65 is Fairline's first sport bridge yacht. The exteriors are based on the technical platform of the Targa 65, and it combines the volume and proportions of a Squadron and a Targa. An Williams 345 SportJet will be stored in its tender garage. Caterpillar C18s with 1,150 horsepower and 31 knots of performance, or Caterpillar V-12s with 1,622 horsepower and 35 knots of performance.
Fairline's Phantom 65. Courtesy of Fairline Yachts
In addition to a revised exterior and a new hardtop, Squadron 68 includes an entirely new interior design. There is a fabric sliding sunroof on the hardtop, along with an integrated electric sunshade, as well as updated hull windows. There is a bar that extends into the cockpit and more fridge/freezer space in the new galley layout. A side-access door is also available under the helm or a trifold patio door. Updated materials and finishes are available in three- or four-stateroom layouts.
At the Cannes Yachting Festival, will Fairline have any other models on display? In addition to the F/Line 33 and Targa 45 Open, a Targa 50 GT will also be displayed.
Fairline's Squadron 68. Courtesy of Fairline Yachts