New baby Squadron spells end of Phantom range

Fairline’s new baby flybridge, the Squadron 41, spells the end for the popular Phantom range.

In a bid to become a two brand company, Fairline will only sell the Targa range of sportscruisers and the Squadron flybridge range.

“The 41 will be every inch a Squadron,” say Fairline meaning you are likely to get plenty of light, a tough hull and fastidious attention to detail. Touches like the glass panels in the coach roof that transform the VIP cabins on board the Squadron 55 and 65 will also make an appearance above the forward cabin of the 41.

The accommodation consists of two cabins, both ensuite whilst high points include one of the largest galleys installed on any Squadron and enough room to carry a Williams 285 Jet Rib.

Design director of Fairline Adam Greenwood says: “The Squadron 55, which was launched in the autumn of 2008 challenged every element of design and styling and we questioned the validity and efficiency of each component part of the boat.

“The resultant model won critical acclaim and awards and we have continued the same demanding schedule with the introduction of each subsequent Squadron.

I believe that our latest offering, the Squadron 41 will certainly turn as many heads.”

With the next boat in the range being the impressive Squadron 55, the 41 certainly has its work cut out to impress in the popular and crowded 40ft flybridge market.

The first boat will be ready by Spring 2010.

For more information on the new Fairline Squadron 41 go to their website.