- €1,100,000 (£982,441)
- Squadron 74
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 23 m
- 5.7 m
- Engine Make
- Draft Max
- 1.6 m
- Engine Model
- Draft Min
- 1.6 m
- Engine Count
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
About this Fairline Squadron 74
This is a stunning Fairline Squadron 74 built in 2007 and fitted with CAT C30 engines with low engine hours and in immaculate condition.
She is the newest 74 on the market and benefits from having the 2008 layout with open plan galley area and all rooms having the same layout as the new Squadron 78 Model and she has now also had a new hddraulic Hi Lo bathing platform installed to bring her up to full Squadron 78 spec!!
She has been used mainly as a day yacht and all 4 bedrooms still look as new, the woodwork and furnishings are immaculate!
She is always fully maintained and recorded 35 Knots on the GPS leaving the shipyard back into the marina after her last lift out and antifoul.
She also benefits from having a remote controlled 3rd Helm position enabling simple berthing in the marina.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Everything we've learned in building fine motors yachts is embodied in the award-winning Squadron 74. From the thoroughly proven sea-going hull form to the smallest detail of the cabinetry, we have drawn on the lessons learned across 10,000 Fairline boats to create a grand luxe motor yacht quite without peer. From design concept to computer model to full-size walk through mock-up, absolutely nothing has been left to chance; every inch of this boat fits a precise design purpose. Quite simply, the Squadron 74 is the embodiment of what a luxury performance motor yacht should be; and without equal.
Designed by Bernard Olesinski and the Fairline design team. Deep 'V' forward: 18° deadrise aft. Isophthalic gel coat backed by an isophthalic resin-rich powder-bound glass mat. All gel coat is laid up by hand, incorporating chopped strand glass mat, unidirectional, biaxial and woven rovings. Transverse and longitudinal strengthening stringers throughout hull. Full length moulded spray deflectors. The integral bathing platform gives the boat a longer waterline length for improved performance, particularly at reduced power settings. Antifouling. Engine bearers are moulded into the hull. The propellers are set in semi-tunnels enabling the engines to be located further aft whilst also reducing draught and improving efficiency by reducing the shaft angle. Hull/deck join is both bonded and through-bolted. The deck incorporates polyurethane foam cores for high strength and excellent thermal insulation. 25hp bowthruster with controls at both helm positions.
2 x 17,5 kW Onan Generator
Raymarine E80 Chart Plotter on lower helm position
Raymarine ST 7001 Autopilot on lower helm position
Raymarine Tridata Depth & Speed Log on lower helm position
Raymarine E120 Chart Plotter x 2 units on flybridge helm
Raymarine Autopilot ST7001 on flybridge helm
Raymarine Tridata Depth/Speed/log ST60 on flybridge helm
Raymarine VHF 240E on lower helm position
2 x Bimini Top
50 inch Aquos TV raise & fall in saloon
B&O Sound system in saloon
Sharp 22 inch TV in Master Stateroom
Sharp 18 inch TV in Port Twin Cabin
Sharp 14 Inch TV in Starboard Twin Cabin
Sharp 14 Inch TV in Forward VIP Cabin
Miele Microwave oven
4 ring ceramic De Dietrich hob
4 drawers sub zero freezer/refrigerator
Waste Disposal Trash Compactor
2 x Refrigerator
Besenzoni Flybridge Crane for JetSki
BBQ on Fly
Refrigerator on Fly
CCTV 4 cameras
4 Cabins + Double Crew Cabin