Fairline Boats has revealed its plans to build a Squadron 50

Fairline Boats has announced plans to build of a 50ft model for the Squadron range, scheduled for launch in summer 2011.

The luxury boatbuilder has revealed that the Squadron 50 will have three cabins, three en-suite bathrooms and panoramic hull windows. An optional fourth crew cabin with feature window is also available and can be easily accessed from the cockpit.

Offering a new layout arrangement, the galley has been positioned aft in the saloon, allowing easy access for al fresco dining in the cockpit area. The glass patio door features an optional opening window ideal for serving guests in the cockpit.

The class-leading flybridge is larger than previously seen on a boat of this size and the upper helm position has been located portside to enable a clear view of the rear platform when mooring.

Other key features of the Squadron 50 include a concealed mechanised tender launch option at the stern platform for either a Williams 285 or 325 Jet RIB.

The development of the Squadron 50 follows the success of the award-winning Squadron 55 and Squadron 65, which were launched in 2008 and 2009.

The latest model, a Squadron 41 is being introduced this summer and will appear at the Cannes International Boat & Yacht Show and the PSP Southampton Boat Show, both taking place in September 2010.