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Building on the success of previous models in the eminently successful range, the Squadron 58 takes the experience of Squadron ownership to new heights. Sumptuous accommodation is just a starting point, because part-customisation is at the heart of this remarkable craft. Aft and multiple mid-cabin options enable you to shape her to suit your personal lifestyle and entertainment preferences. Whatever you shoose, first-class facilities, contemporary design and exceptional spaciousness make every journey a reward.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bernard Olesinski
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
Beam: 15 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Dry Weight: 52639 lbs
Maximum Speed: 39 mph
Engine Option 1: 2x Volvo 2 x D12-675 EVC 675 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (266 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (720 Gallons)
Self-draining ? Teak stairway with stainless steel handrails to flybridge ? Teak-laid cockpit floor ? Access hatch to optional aft crew cabin ? Access hatch to large stowage hold, supported on pneumatic struts ? Twin transom gates to bathing platform ? Twin warp stowage lockers ? White cockpit overhead lights with blue low level lighting ? Manual bilge pump locker ? 10 fenders ? 2 x 50ft mooring warps ? Boat hook ? Heavy duty 12v socket.
Choice of co-ordinating carpets, upholstery and curtain fabrics ? Highly crafted joinery and wall panels in genuine satin lacquered American Cherry and Eucalyptus or Honey Maple and Honey Bird's Eye Maple.
All circuits protected by circuit breakers on main electrical load control panel ? Isolating switches to all batteries ? Wiring diagram provided in owner's handbook.
4-burner electric ceramic/halogen hob ? Combination microwave oven ? Refrigerator ? Twin sinks with hot and cold mixer tap ? Avonite® worktop with grab rail ? Concealed lighting ? 240v power points ? Fire extinguisher ? Storage cupboards and drawers ? Extractor fan ? Bone china dinner service ? Twin bins ? Dishwasher.
Access through cockpit hatch ? Engine/generator room soundproofing ? Water-cooled engine exhausts with silencers and side outlets ? Aerodynamically designed engine air intakes ? Automatic engine room fire extinguishers and shutdown system with indicators at both helms ? Stainless steel shafts (TEMET) ? Contra-rotating Manganese Bronze propellers ? Manganese Bronze 'P' brackets ? Balanced Manganese Bronze rudders ? Cathodic protection ? Automatic bilge pumps for engine and rudder bays and forward area (manual "on" override for all pumps) ? High capacity emergency manual bilge pump system with changeover valves ? Electric engine room ventilation fans ? Engine room lights ? Engine manufacturer's handbook ? Sea cocks on all inlets/outlets below waterline ? Exhaust overheat warning system for both engines ? Dripless shaft seals.
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 and glass fibre 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 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, also reducing draught and improving efficiency by reducing the shaft angle. Hull/deck join bonded and bolted. The deck incorporates polyurethane foam cores for high strength and excellent thermal insulation. An 11hp bowthruster is fitted with controls at both helm positions.
Stainless steel through hull anchor system ? Delta anchor ? 25 fathoms calibrated chain ? Twin stainless steel bow and stern cleats ? Two pairs of stainless steel spring cleats ? Stainless steel cleat and grab rail on each aft wing ? Stainless steel pulpit and side deck rails with solid second rail and fender baskets ? Stainless steel flybridge side grab rails ? Stainless steel and rubber rubbing strake ? Full set of IMCO navigation lights ? Water and fuel fillers ? Deck light ? Moulded slip-resistant deck surface ? Sunbathing area on foredeck upholstered with cushions filled with non-absorbent foam ? Teak-laid extra large bathing platform with dinghy stowage ? Transom ladder ? Hydraulic passerelle for access and dinghy handling ? Electric anchor winch ? Hot and cold transom shower ? Twin horns ? Stainless steel pantograph wipers.
Main Helm Position
Stainless steel framed windscreen with electrically opening side window ? Madrona wood finish instrument panel ? Electrically adjustable double helm seat ? Radio telephone ? Hydraulic power steering ? GPS chart plotter/Radar ? Double windscreen wipers ? Electronic single lever controls for engines and gearboxes ? Bowthruster controls ? Echosounder, speedometer and distance log with sea temperature read-out ? Full engine instrumentation including: tachometers, oil pressure gauges, temperature gauges, battery condition indicators, audible alarms and engine hour meters ? Trim tab and searchlight controls ? Autopilot controls ? Remote anchor winch controls ? Helm position indicator ? Chart table and light ? High speed compass ? Fuel contents gauges ? Domestic water contents gauge ? Bilge pump operating warning lights and audible alarms ? Switches for navigation and riding lights, windscreen wipers and engine bay extractor fans ? External PVC sun blinds to windscreen ? 12v point for mobile phone ? Foghorn with siren and loudhailer facility ? Door to side deck.
Flybridge and Second Helm Position
Access via stairway from saloon bridge deck and by teak stairway with stainless steel handrails ? Blue Perspex hatch to internal stairway ? Large sunbathing area forward of helm position with non-absorbent foam filled cushions ? Three forward-facing helm seats ? Adjustable steering wheel and driver's seat ? Tilting sun bed ? Hydraulic power steering ? Electronic single lever controls for engines and gearboxes ? Duplicate engine instruments with fuel and water indication ? Bowthruster controls ? Radio telephone ? Remote anchor winch controls ? Duplicate autopilot controls ? Compass ? Helm position indicator ? Trim tab and searchlight controls ? Echosounder and speedometer/log repeaters with sea temperature read-out ? Large J-shaped upholstered dining area/table with electric leg for sun bed conversion ? Flybridge bar complete with refrigerator, sink, electric griddle and bin ? Stainless steel guard rails and grab rails ? GRP masts supporting radar antenna and nav. lights ? Moulded slip-resistant floor surface ? Moulded Perspex wind-deflecting screen with full grab rail ? Stowage location for optional spare prop shaft.
U.S.A. specifications in addition to or in lieu of those listed above
21.5KvA / 60Hz Onan generator ? Chilled water air conditioning/reverse cycle heating system ? Air conditioning to utility room ? 220v/110v/60Hz electrical system ? Glendenning cablemasters on both shore lines ? 100A Battery charger for all batteries ? Gearbox oil pressure gauges to lower helm ? Solid stainless steel rubbing strake ? Dockside TV and phone inlets ? Flyscreens on all portholes ? DVD/CD/Radio system to saloon with separate CD/Radio to flybridge ? LCD TV in Master cabin ? Garbage disposal unit in galley sink ? Central vacuum system ? Dockside water system with washdown ? Holding tank with electric macerator pump ? Side boarding ladder ? Owners safe. Those items not fitted as standard: Hydraulic passerelle.
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