Model: FAIRLINE SQUADRON 55 MK3 Type: motor yacht LOA (m): 17,05 LWL (m): 16,13 Beam (m): 4,65 Draft (m): 1,10 Air draft (m): 5,34 Headroom (m): 1,93 Year built: 2001 Launched: 2002 Builder: Fairline Boats Country: United Kingdom Designer: Bernard Olesinski / Fairline Displacement (t): 20,3 CE norm: B Hull material: GRP Hull colour: white Hull shape: deep-V Superstructure material: GRP Rubbing strake: with rubber insert stainless steel Deck material: GRP Deck finish: teak Superstructure deck finish: non-skid moulded in Cockpit deck finish: teak Antifouling (year): 2022/05 Window frame: stainless steel Window material: tempered glass Deckhatch: 1 x Portholes: stainless steel Flybridge: teak flooring, upholstery new (2019) Flybridge cover: individual covers + overall cover Flybridge cockpit cover: yes Flybridge suncover: bimini top (2021) Radar arch: non collapsible Fuel tank (litre): 1091 Fuel tank 2 (litre): 1091 Level indicator (fuel tank): new sender (2022) Freshwater tank (litre): 572 GRP Level indicator (freshwater): yes Blackwater tank (litre): 182 GRP Level indicator (blackwater): yes Blackwater tank extraction: deck extraction + pump Wheel steering: with power steering hydraulic Inside helm position: yes Flybridge helm position: with power steering hydraulic Emergency tiller: yes More info on hull: last polish & wax 2022/05 More info on paintwork: original gelcoat This Fairline Squadron 55 is the latest and rare MK3 version with the much improved flybridge layout and proper flybridge stairs. She sleeps 6 in 3 comfortable cabins and has a spacious saloon with separate dinette. Fitted with the Volvo Penta D12 700hp diesel engines she delivers exciting perfomance as well. The 55 is a quintessential Fairline Squadron and as popular pre-owned as they were when new and this is a very well kept example with many recent improvements.. The MK3 version does not come up for sale very often so don't miss this opportunity to make her your own!
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