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Regular maintenance of the boat has been done every year. Maintains its dynamic structure and condition due to its age. All devices are in working condition and she is waiting for their new owner.
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material Fiberglass
Built By: Fairline / Made in England
Naval Architecture: Fairline
LOA : 17.3 m / 55 feet.
Yacht Beam: 4.8 m / 15.7 ft.
Draught at deepest: 1.80 m / 5.90 ft
Cruise Speed is : 24 Knots
Top Speed is around 31 knots.
Registered under USD Flag (2022)
3 cabins for 6 guests Separate Master cabin at the lower deck middle (Full beam)
1 cabins at the aft side behind of engines room
Main Eengines 2 X 800 hp Volvo Penta (1,550 hrs. as for February 2022)
Generators 1 X Onan 17 kw around 2000 hours
Bunkering capacity: 2000 L.
Fresh water: 800 L.
Very occasionally, a boat gains almost iconic status, by advancing the offshore cruising concept to a new level and moving as close to perfection as is possible within the technological and design parameters of its time. Just such a boat was the original Squadron 55, predecessor to this stunning new model. A hard act to follow for sure, but with her avant garde design, innovative use of space, unrivalled craftsmanship and supreme engineering excellence, the new Squadron 55 already looks set to be another classic in the making. Once the sleek lines and beautiful external shapes have worked their magic, the feeling of unprecedented spaciousness and the light, airy ambience throughout this boat will captivate you. The magnificent full beam master stateroom is our finest ever, with panoramic hull windows, state of the art ‘electro-opaque’ bathroom walls and an immense, cabin-width wardrobe. The saloon, galley and guest accommodation? Same story at every turn. Unmatched light, space, facilities and comfort … luxury redefined. From the expansive, impressively equipped and beautifully proportioned flybridge, to the fabulously appointed forward cabin, this remarkable new Squadron sets completely new benchmarks for both luxury and quality. Looks like another world-beater has arrived.