Comprising of the Targa 50 OPEN, Targa 50 GT and Squadron 50, these three yachts build on our already well-estalished 48ft offering, with key specification and aesthetic differences, courtesy of the Fairline Yachts Design Studio, headed by Wayne Huntley.
With a thoroughly contemporary and stylish look, the new 50ft yachts have luxurious details synonymous with Fairline, coupled with a more sporty, racy feel.
The new exterior styling features stunning anthracite vinyl wrapped hardtops. There is a bold choice of burnt orange, vivid red or electric blue exterior upholstery and complementing helm seats, creating a stand out impression as soon as you step onboard.
A signature Fairline Yachts feature bulkhead gives the master cabin that additional wow factor and the interior has rich, luxurious textures throughout. These include New Zealand wool twist carpets, oak flooring, Carrara white marble worktops, Italian leather, highlights of satin bronze and carefully considered atmospheric lighting throughout.
The 50ft range comes with a choice of twin Volvo IPS 600, 650 or 700 engine options, the latter providing a top speed in excess of 34 knots. With user-friendly joystick controls, Volvo’s impressive IPS engines offer excellent maneuverability, outstanding performance and low emissions.
Each of these yachts are available with Fairline’s first Premium Pack, a turnkey solution that offers owners an easy route to boating. Specification highlights in the Premium Pack include high capacity air conditioning, an Onan 11Kw generator, a submersible bathing platform with 400kg lifting capacity, a Sleipner bow thruster, a 21kg Ultra anchor with 50m stainless steel chain, Fusion entertainment system with Bluetooth connectivity, teak-laid flybridge floor on the Squadron model, a 12” Volve GPS Map 8612 touchscreen display, blue exterior mood lighting and a wet bar complete with griddle, fridge, icemaker, and sink.
The 50ft range is available to order now for delivery in 2020. The first of the new range, a Squadron 50, will be unveiled at this year’s Southampton Boat Show in England (13-22 September 2019)