2003 Fairline 65
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The Squadron 65 encapsulates the very best in world-class design and craftmanship. The result is a hand-built craft of unrivaled luxury, with an integrity more commonly reserved for largerm custom-built yachts.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bernard Olesinski
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
LOA: 66 ft 10 in
Beam: 17 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 71681 lbs
Engine Option 1: 2x
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1104 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 11
Teak-laid cockpit floor • Access hatch to engine bay • Access hatch to hold • Access to optional aft cabin • Warp and fender stowage lockers port and starboard • Various cockpit lockers • Transom gates to extended bathing platform port and starboard aft, with concealed bathing ladder stowage and large wet locker for hosepipes etc. • Stainless steel framed door to saloon with electrically powered opening window aft of starboard settee in saloon • Stainless steel access ladder to flybridge • Low level lights and lights under flybridge overhang • Lights for bathing platform • Manual bilge pump system • Twin inlets for 240v ring main in starboard locker • Transom shower • Cockpit cushions in striped SUNBRELLA fabric • Boat hook.
A wide choice of colour co-ordinated carpets, upholstery and curtain fabrics is available • The highly crafted joinery is in genuine satin lacquered American Cherry and Madrona or Honey Bird’s Eye Maple and Madrona.
All 240 volt and 24 volt circuits are protected by resettable circuit breakers on main electrical load control panel behind helm position • Solenoid-operated isolating switches for all batteries • Wiring diagram provided in owner’s handbook • Where 12 volt equipment is fitted (eg: radio/stereo cassette) this is supplied via a voltage dropper from the 24 volt supply controlled from the main electrical panel • All sterngear, engines, fuel tanks, etc are electrically bonded.
Open plan galley • Twin sinks • 4 halogen electric cooking rings • Microwave and combination conventional oven complete with grill • Extractor Hood • Large refrigerator• Large freezer • Dishwasher • Avonite® worktop • High and low level storage cupboards • Bone china dinner service • Cutlery Set • Door to starboard side deck.
Access through cockpit floor hatch or, for major work, through the saloon floor • Engine and generator room soundproofing • Water-cooled engine silencers and side-mount exhausts • Engine bay fire extinguisher system • 21/2" diameter high corrosion-resistant TEMET shafts with rope cutters • Large diameter 4 blade contra-rotating Manganese/bronze propellers; (5 blade propellers with 1000hp, 1050hp, 1100hp, 1200hp and 1300hp engines) • Manganese bronze P brackets and rudders • Cathodic protection to all underwater gear • GRP stern tube with packed stern gland for propeller shaft • Automatic high capacity bilge pumps for rudder bay and hold, engine bay, forward accommodation, bow crew cabin, and extended bathing platform, with manual “ON” override switches for the rudder bay, engine bay and forward accommodation pumps, and ‘BILGE PUMP OPERATING’ warning lights at both helm positions • Automatic bilge pump in bathing platform wet locker • High capacity emergency manual bilge pump system with changeover valves • Aerodynamically designed engine air intakes with high capacity electrical ventilation fans • Additional engine bay intakes on coachroof sides • Engine bay lights • Engine manufacturer’s handbook • Lever seacocks on all inlets and outlets located less than 15 cm above the waterline • Exhaust overheat warning system for both engines.
Designed by Bernard Olesinski and the Fairline design team. Deep ‘V’ forward; 19° deadrise aft. Isophthalic gelcoat backed by an isophthalic resin-rich powder-bound glass mat. All gelcoat and glassfibre is laid up by hand, incorporating chopped strand glass mat and unidirectional 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 than is normal in a boat of this size, which helps to improve performance, particularly at reduced power settings. Antifouling. Engine bearers are moulded into the hull and the propellers are set in semi-tunnels also moulded into the hull to enable the engines to be located further aft than normal, whilst also reducing draught and improving efficiency by reducing the shaft angle. The hull to deck joint is both bonded and through-bolted, and the deck incorporates polyurethane foam cores for high strength and excellent thermal insulation. Deck surfaces have a moulded non-slip finish. 11hp bowthruster with controls at both helm positions.
Stainless steel stemhead roller, self-stowing for the anchor and chain • Anchor chain locker access hatch • Electric anchor winch with controls on deck and remote mounted at both helm positions • Anchor • 30 fathoms calibrated chain • Stainless steel plate under bow to prevent accidental damage by anchor • Twin bow stern and transom cleats in stainless steel • Two pairs of spring cleats in stainless steel • Pair of stainless steel fairleads fore and aft • Stainless steel pulpit, coachroof and side grab rails • Warp/fender stowage in lockers on port and starboard sides of cockpit and coachroof • Fender stowage on pulpit • Concealed bathing ladder beneath teak decking on bathing platform • Hot and cold transom shower • Remote control concealed telescopic electro-hydraulic passerelle • Deck hatches to forward crew cabin and to forward guest cabin • Fresh water wash points fore and aft • Concealed fuel fillers port and starboard • Water fillers to port and starboard • Twin stern warp winches with controls on adjacent cockpit floor • Sunbathing cushions for coachroof filled with non-absorbent foam • Various deckhead ventilators • Full set of IMCO navigation lights • Twin horns • Sound signalling device • Remote controlled searchlight on GRP mast or tubular radar arch • Open scanner radar • Detachable sunscreens for forward facing windows • Pantograph windscreen wipers • Stainless steel framed windscreen with electric side windows • Stainless steel aft patio door.
Flybridge and Second Helm Position
Access by curved staircase from wheelhouse and by stainless steel ladder with solid timber treads from cockpit • Access hatches to cockpit and saloon • Large sunbathing area aft with non-absorbent foam filled cushions • Four forward facing helm seats with circular dining area aft • Twin radar masts (with option of arch) • Flybridge bar complete with refrigerator, sink, barbecue griddle and icemaker • Electronic throttles • Repeat engine instruments • Repeat autopilot and fire extinguisher controls • Remote controls for forward anchor winch and searchlight • Repeat echosounder and log • VHF R/T • Bilge pump operating warning light • Bowthruster controls • Wind deflecting screen • Dodgers • Glove locker with perspex chart cover • Various stainless steel grab handles and rails • Trim tab controls • Intercom to lower helm.
U.S.A. specifications in addition to or in lieu of those listed above:
220v/110v/60Hz electrical system • Electrical bonding and lighting to ABYC standard • 21.5KvA / 60Hz Onan generator • Glendenning cablemasters on both shore lines • 100A battery charger for all batteries • Dockside TV and phone inlets • 72,000 BTU Chilled water air conditioning/reverse cycle heating system • Dockside water system with washdown • Vacu-flush toilets • Holding tank with electric macerator pump • Gearbox oil pressure gauges to lower helm • Oil change system • Garbage disposal unit in galley sink • Central vacuum system • TV in guest cabins • Solid stainless steel rubbing strake • Side boarding ladder • Owners safe.
Those items not fitted as standard in U.S.A. specification:
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