This Fairline Squadron 50 was originally designed by Bernard Olesinki and is an exceptional well balanced Motor Yacht with excellent sea keeping.
Owned by the current owners since 2018 and sadly a regrettable sale due to Covid 19 travel restrictions.
September 2020 New Listing - Contact Eastbourne Office - 01323 472902 - Full details to follow.
This boat must be seen to be appreciated.
Designed by Bernard Olesinki and built by Fairline Yachts in Oundle, Northampton.
LOA: 15.80 mtrs / 51'8"
BEAM: 4.47 mtrs / 14'6"
DRAFT: 1.12 mtrs / 3'6"
Displacement Weight: 17,276 kgs
White GRP Planing Hull, Superstructure and Radar Arch. Stainless Steel Guard Rails, Stanchions, Cleats and Boarding Ladder.
Twin Volvo Penta TAMD 122P Diesel Shaft Driven Engines.
Engines Last serviced January 2020 which also included replacement shaft seals.
Full Engine Instrumentation at the Helm positions.
Volvo Penta Fly By Wire Throttle Controls.
4 Bladed Bronze Propellers.
Cruising Speed 22 knots @ 2100 RPM
Maximum Speed 30 knots @ 2400 RPM.
Fuel Tanks - Total Capacity 1800 Ltrs / 396 Gallons.
This boat has 6 Berths in 3 Cabins comprising of a forward Owner's Cabin with an island double berth, storage wardrobes either side, a small dressing table, storage lockers and overhead cabin lights. There is also a ceiling deck ventilation hatch with black out screen and two opening port holes. This cabin has its own en suite which is equipped with an electric fresh water flush marine toilet, bidet, moulded wash basin with a mono bloc hot and cold tap, full height shower with teak draining grate and sliding enclosure door, mirrored eye level storage cupboards and and opening port hole.
There is a Guest Cabin on the starboard side with twin berths, a full length double storage wardrobe, two opening port holes, cabin lights and access to the day heads via an en suite door. (The heads also has a separate door for day access). The heads has a similar level equipment to the Owner's En Suite.
There is also a second Guest Cabin on the port side with twin berths, a full length double wardrobe, cabin lights and two opening port holes..
This boat has an up Galley on the port side and is equipped with a Zanussi 4 Ring Ceramic Hob, a Russell Hobbs Combination / Microwave Oven, Stainless Steel Sink, 12v Fridge and ample storage cupboards.
Opposite the Galley is the inside Helm Position with Helmsman and Co-Pilot Seats.
Going aft there is a step down into the main saloon which has U shaped leather seating on the starboard side and a free standing oval table. Opposite on the port side is 2 seat leather settee with built in cabinets, a drinks unit and flat screen television (Sound Bar & Sub Speaker).
This boat has a 3 Marine Air Systems Air Conditioning and also re-cycled warm air system on board although the owner does not know if they are operational..
The saloon upholstery is finished in a cream leather with high gloss finished joinery.
The saloon has a substantial stainless steel framed sliding glass door that leads to the aft cockpit which has teak decking, access to a crew cabin beneath the aft seating area. The crew cabin is equipped with a marine toilet, wash basin and single berth. There is a walk through transom gate on port side of the aft cockpit which also has a full canvas enclosure. The aft cockpit also has teak stairs leading to the Flybridge.
Plastimo Steering Compass.
Side Power Bow & Stern Thrusters.
Raymarine Dual Station C80 Chart Plotters.
Autohelm ST7000 Auto Pilot (Dual Station).
Autohelm Tridata Instrument (Dual Station).
Shipmate VHF Radio.
Search Light with Remote Helm Control.
Night Inside Helm Chart Reading Light.
Transom with Teak Decking.
Plastimo 4 Person Liferaft (2019)
Handheld VHF Radio.
Dinghy Chocks & Lifting Harness.
Various Engine Spares.
Foredeck Sun Pad Cushions.
The current owners have owned the boat since December 2018 and have undertaken extensive works to update the boat.
The owners managed to use the boat last season and enjoyed 900 miles cruising. Their plan was to continue this season but due to them residing in New Zealand and the current Covid 19 situation they are not inclined to travel and reluctantly have decided to sell the boat.
This is a stunning boat which must be seen to be appreciated.
More Photographs to follow shortly.