Fairline Squadron 65 yacht tour: Step inside this Tardis of a flybridge

With four cabins, a vast flybridge and even a full-height crew cabin, the Fairline Squadron 65 is an impressively spacious yacht, as this video shows

Fairline has been making headlines recently with the launch of its new entry-level model, the F Line 33, and new Squadron 68 flagship, but of course they’ve been turning out quality yachts for more than 50 years now.

In this yacht tour video, Nick Burnham takes us around a highly desirable used Fairline, which was built in 2015 as part of the yard’s Squadron 65 line of flybridge yachts.

Highly specced out with accommodation for up to eight guests, this is the kind of boat that can really expand your cruising horizons or even convert you into a liveaboard boater. It’s not exactly small on the outside, but the Squadron 65 seems even bigger inside – a real Tardis of a yacht!

As usual, Nick gets under the skin of this model, showing us around everything from the engine room to the reasonably sized crew quarters (which could easily double as the kids’ cabin if you choose to run this boat without a crew).

Enjoy the tour!


Built: 2015
LOA: 20.41 m
Beam: 5.24 m
Displacement: 32,890 kgs
Engines: Twin 1150hp Caterpillar C18s
Accommodation: 8 guests, 2 crew
Lying: Burnham-on-Crouch
Price: £ 899,950 (ex. VAT)