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Fairline confirms Palma show line-up

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British builder to stage the Spanish show debut of the F//Line 33 at the Palma International Boat Show in June alongside Targa and Squadron models.

 

Fairline F//Line 33

 

Fairline is staging the the Spanish debut of its F//Line 33 at this year’s Palma International Boat Show in Moll Vell from June 3-6, alongside the Targa 45 Open and Squadron 53. Entrance to the show is by appointment only.

 

A design collaboration between Fairline Yachts Design Studio and Italian designer Alberto Mancini, the F//Line 33 is the British builder’s smallest and fastest boat, reaching 48 knots with the most powerful engine options.

 

Fairline Targa 45 Open

 

Fairline will also be showcasing the Targa 45 Open, another Mancini design, which debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2018 and is the entry-level model to the builder’s Targa line of sports yachts.

 

The Squadron 53 sits with the 50 and flagship 68 in the Squadron range of flybridge models. Again combining Mancini’s vision with the Fairline Yachts Design Studio, the yacht is available with three or four guest cabins.

Fairline Squadron 53

 

Miles Moorhouse, Fairline’s Head of Marketing, said: “We are looking forward to returning to Palma with our outstanding line-up at this year’s show. It’s one of our first boat shows this year and we are eager to welcome customers old and new back to experience our stunning yachts in a part of Europe where the Fairline brand is especially well-known and loved.”

 

Simpson Marine represents Fairline in Hong Kong, Taiwan and eight Southeast Asian nations – Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar.
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Fairline finds sweet spot with Squadron 50

The Squadron 50 sits in the ‘sweet spot’ of Fairline’s increasingly wide range, with the quick sale of the first unit in Hong Kong showing the potential of the British builder’s expanded regional partnership with Simpson Marine.

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