Oundle boatbuilder Fairline was founded in 1963 and got its name from a fair line of minerals found in a nearby quarry.

The current range includes the Targa sportscruisers and the Squadron flybridge models.

The firm is currently owned by Russian investors Alexander Volov and Igor Glyanenko, following a buyout announced in January 2016.

Read Fairline news, Fairline boat reviews and all the latest from Fairline Boats at MBY.com


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The Targa 53GT topped 32 knots on test

The Fairline Targa 53 Gran Turismo could be the boat to revive the Oundle yard's fortunes. How does it fair on trial? Jack Haines finds out

Fairline 38gt

Fairline put a lid on it, literally, transforming their open top Targa 38 into a sleek and stylish hard top.

Fairline Squadron 42

The new Squadron 42 takes up the Phantom mantle and runs


Our rating:  85%

Fairline Targa 52

Why bother with a 40-footer when you could get a used Fairline Targa 52 for the same price?


Our rating:  70%

Fairline Squadron 55 | Reviews | Motor Boats Monthly |

Can you improve on perfection? Fairline tries with the all-new 55


Our rating:  80%

Fairline Targa 58 | Heads

Has Fairline's new T58 Gran Turismo set the benchmark for sportscruisers of the future?

Fairline Targa 38 | Reviews | Motor Boats Monthly |

This fabulous Fairline defines the word 'sportscruiser'


Our rating:  90%

Fairline Targa 44 GT | Reviews | Motor Boats Monthly |

It comes with a state-of-the-art hardtop and joystick controls as standard, but is the Targa 44 worth the hefty price tag?


Our rating:  80%

Fairline Squadron 43 | Reviews | Motor boats Monthly |

If you’re looking for an upmarket cruiser with plenty of style, Fairline’s flamboyant Squadron 43 is not to be sniffed at…


Our rating:  70%

MBY boat review

The Fairline Fifty was an instant success, selling 24 models in its first six months and ultimately achieving an astonishing run of 125 craft

MBY boat review

A boat with very flexible accommodation and its strongest market in the Med