Squadron 41: There’s Never Been So Much Excellence In A 41ft Boat

By on February 16, 2010
Squadron 41

Fairline Yachts unveiled plans for the smallest yacht in the Squadron range, Squadron 41. This unique flybridge motor yacht combines the ultimate luxury, spaciousness and performance with a remarkably compact hull length.

Squadron 41

The Squadron 41 features elegant, sweeping lines and huge panoramic window areas, which provide much day light inside. An extra-large flybridge forms the sense of “big boat”.

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The unusual “openness” of the cockpit with its twin transom gates allows easy access on either side of it. Squadron 41 has the option of a concealed, cantilevered tender launching system; it will hold a tender such as the Williams 285 Jet RIB and incorporates a lowered boarding area.

Squadron 41

Squadron 41 is powered be twin Caterpillar C7-460 ACERT Shaft Diesel engines which drive the yacht to a top speed of 33 knots.

The interiors of the yacht were created by the best Fairline Yacht designers. The owner and his guests will enjoy class-leading accommodation everywhere – from the light, airy saloon, with full length windows and sumptuous furnishings (including a fold-out bed with 6″ mattress in the sofa) to the master cabin.

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The guest cabin has a unique layout with double doors to its own en suite. When these doors are open, the guest cabin almost doubles in useable size and has a great feeling of spaciousness.

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Squadron 41 will be available from summer 2010.

Specification of the Squadron 41:

Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform, incl. gunwale): 41ft 5in (12.62m)
Length overall (inc. gunwale): 42ft 5in (12.94m)
Beam (inc. gunwale): 13ft 10in (4.22m)
Number of berths: 4 – 6
Draught: 3ft 6in (1.07m) unloaded
Fuel capacity: 219 gals/263 US gals (996L)
Water capacity (inc. Calorifier): 100 gals/120 US gals (455L)
Engine recommendations (twin): from 740mhp to 920mhp

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