Big boats will always make a big impression – and if there’s one that’ll leave you truly impressed it’s Fairline’s Squadron 65. Looking for luxury as well as performance but need enough room for the family or your party crowd? The Squadron has got it – and then some. In fact, it offers you grandeur like you’ve never seen before.
The Squadron 65 is as exciting as she is glamorous. Some may say she is practical and built with every comfort in mind. This is a luxury power yacht that’ll move your head, heart and soul with each nautical mile.
Current boater demographics put the Squadron 65 into two main categories – those that need onboard space and amenities for grand kids and those that need it for a night of impressing. And in either setting I can’t see how the Squadron 65 wouldn’t be the perfect choice – oversimplified, this Fairline is a millionaire’s waterfront mansion and is testament to what you can expect from one of the world’s top boat yards.
There’s far too much in the Squadron’s 65 feet of pure grace for me to be able to squeeze it into just a few short words. In fact, if I’m completely honest, nothing I can say will do this power yacht the justice it deserves. It is absolute splendour and jaw-dropping to boot. Nevertheless, allow me an attempt to give you a taste of what real elegance is all about.
The interior of the Squadron 65 is light and airy, while allowing plenty of ambient lighting. But most of all, it is warm and welcoming. If you’re going to be entertaining, the saloon area is designed to be free flowing to allow guests to interact – and with the galley positioned at the heart of the yacht there is every opportunity to socialise with those around you.
Sumptuous furnishings and handworked cabinetry are hallmarks of the Squadron range. Nowhere is it more elegantly expressed than in the long, wide, single-level interior. Having uncomplicated, single floor levels is normally reserved for much larger yachts, but the designers have achieved just that on this 65-footer.
An elegant, beautifully proportioned Squadron that is quite possibly perfect in every way.
When night falls and it’s time to retreat downstairs, the rooms offer up luxury to the highest degree for up to eight guests. An aft cabin can be fitted according to your specifications, whether you want additional room for a further two guests, accessed via the cockpit, or for crew with private entry through the transom. The master cabin is situated midship and enjoys a spacious open plan, a floating bed design, a luxurious en-suite, and a host of other special touches that ultimately make this the equivalent of a room in the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Ritz Carlton! Similarly, the forward cabin is fitted accordingly, also with a floating bed and en-suite. Two cabins in the centre afford four single beds with plenty of headroom, cupboards and lighting, and have more space than you’d probably ever need.