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Everything we've learned in 36 years of building fine motors yachts is embodied in the new 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 Fairlin 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.
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Designer: Bernard Olesinski
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 74 ft 5 in
Beam: 18 ft 8 in
Dry Weight: 90940 lbs
Engine Option 1: 2x
Fresh Water Tanks: (301 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (1556 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 10
Teak-laid cockpit floor and bathing platform • Access hatch to engine bay • Service corridor accessed via cockpit and transom door • Warp and fender stowage lockers • Various cockpit lockers • Dockside TV and phone inlets • Hydraulic transom door to bathing platform exposing concealed 3.5m telescopic hydraulic passarelle • Solid teak handrail surround • Stainless steel framed door to saloon • Teak stairway with stainless steel handrails to flybridge • Low-level lights and lights under flybridge overhang • Removable stainless guardrails for bathing platform • Manual bilge pump system • Transom shower • Emergency fuel shut-off valves in starboard locker • Emergency boat system shutdown switch • Boat hook • Heavy duty 12v socket.
A wide choice of colour co-ordinated carpets, upholstery and curtain fabrics available to meet individual tastes.
All 240 volt and 24 volt circuits are protected by circuit breakers on main electrical load control panel beside helm position • Remotely and manually operated isolating switches for all batteries • Heavy duty electrical panel located in service corridor • All 12v equipment supplied from separate battery • All stern gear, engines, fuel tanks, etc. are electrically bonded • Emergency boat system shutdown switch. 12 Volt: 1 x 200 Ah gel battery • 1 x 60 amp battery charger. 24 Volt: 2 x 200 Ah gel batteries exclusively for starting each engine • 4 x 200 Ah gel battery capacity for domestic services • 24v - 12v 20 amp converter • Battery coupling system permits either bank of batteries to start either engine • Battery isolating switches located in service corridor. 240 Volt: 2 x 17.5 kW Onan generators with through-hull exhausts • 1 x 100amp regulated charger with 2 x 3 amp slave to port and starboard batteries • 1 x 75 amp battery charger • Twin 63 amp x 100' shoreline sockets stowed in drums via Glendinning cable master • Polarity check and earth leakage trip protection system • 2 x 18 kva isolation transformers each with soft starts.
Open plan galley with powered window screen for saloon privacy • Optional ‘walk-through’ galley arrangement • Twin sinks • 4 x halogen electric cooking elements • Combination microwave oven • Extractor hood • Full height fridge/freezer • Dishwasher • High and low-level storage cupboards • Trash compactor • 240v power points • Direct access to deck via side door.
Access through cockpit floor hatches to engine bay and service corridor • Engine bay soundproofing • Water-cooled through-hull engine silencers • Engine bay fire extinguisher system • High corrosion-resistant TEMET shafts • Large diameter contra-rotating Manganese Bronze propellers • Manganese Bronze ‘P’ brackets and rudders • Cathodic protection to all underwater gear • Dripless shaft seals •‘Reverso’ Oil change system • Automatic high capacity bilge pumps for rudder, engine bay and forward accommodation • High capacity emergency manual bilge pump system with changeover valve • Engine air intakes with high capacity ventilation fans • Engine bay lights • 240v power points • Lever sea cocks on all inlets and outlets located less than 15cm above the waterline • Exhaust overheat warning system for both engines.
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.
Stainless steel through-hull anchor roller • Anchor chain locker access hatches • Hydraulic anchor winch with controls on deck and remote mounted at both helm positions • 40kg anchor • 50 fathoms calibrated chain • Stainless steel hull protection plate under bow • Teak-laid side decks • Twin bow stern and transom cleats in stainless steel • Two pairs of spring cleats in stainless steel • Pair of stainless steel fairleads forward and mooring drums aft • Stainless steel pulpit and coachroof grab rails • Warp/fender stowage in lockers on port and starboard sides of coachroof • 8 x large fenders • 6 x 50' warps • Transom ladder • Hot and cold transom shower • Remote control concealed telescopic electro-hydraulic passerelle • Deck wash points fore and aft • Concealed fuel fillers port and starboard • Water fillers to port and starboard • Sunbathing cushions for coachroof filled with non-absorbent foam • Various deck head ventilators • Full set of IMCO navigation lights • Pantograph stainless steel windscreen wipers • Stainless steel-framed windscreen • Separate side boarding ladder with port and starboard side access gate.
Flybridge and Second Helm Position
Teak-laid flybridge floor • Access by staircase from wheelhouse and by teak stairway from cockpit • Two forward facing helm seats • Co-pilot seat • Wind screen with grab rail • Electronic throttles • Repeat engine instruments • Repeat autopilot and fire extinguisher controls • Remote controls for forward anchor winch and searchlight • Repeat echo sounder and log • VHF R/T • Horns • Sound signalling device • Remote controlled searchlight on mast • Repeat radar and plotter displays • Open scanner radar to mast • Bowthruster control • Trim tab controls • Intercom to lower helm • Large J-shaped dining seating separate from helm • Electrically adjustable backrest creating extended sunbathing deck • Flybridge bar complete with refrigerator, sink, electric griddle and icemaker • Large sunbathing area aft with non-absorbent foam filled cushions • Stainless steel guardrails • Twin radar masts.
U.S.A. Specifications in addition to or in lieu of those listed above
2 x 21.5kvA Onan generators • Chilled Air conditioning /reverse cycle heating system • 220v/110v/60Hz electrical system • Solid stainless steel rubbing strake • Garbage disposal in galley sink • Dockside water system with washdown.
Standard features may vary on boats supplied to the American market.
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