Fairline are set to shake up the market with the new 50GT

Based around the same innovative deck saloon layout as the 58GT with a big forward master cabin and a pair of smaller twins aft, the only thing that’s missing is the massive owner’s bathroom in the bows replaced by a more conventional ensuite amidships stolen from the second guest suite. It’s a small price to pay given that the other key attributes such as the drop-down saloon windows, glazing in the foredeck and even the crew cabin are all retained.

Talking of small prices, this 50ft version is over £350,000 less expensive than the 58GT, not to mention cheaper to run thanks to its smaller engines and more compact dimensions.

At the stern, the bathing ladder come passerelle and tender-launching system, both premiered on
the 58 GT, are optional extras.

As always with Fairline you can expect bordering-on-obsessive attention to detail and practical detailing but this time their solid design has been sprinkled with a great deal of innovation.