British luxury boat builder, Fairline Yachts, announces plans for a brand new 33ft express cruiser. This new model will be the first from Fairline’s new project ‘F-Line’ series and will launch in early 2019.
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This is the latest Fairline designed by Alberto Mancini – recently crowned Yacht Designer of the Year at the highly prestigious World Yacht Trophies. The phenomenally successful partnership between the Italian designer and British boatyard has created a very stylish take on what a comfortable day boat should look like.
The new 33, which has already received over a dozen orders from Fairline’s global dealer network, has drawn on Fairline’s strong heritage of producing fun and exciting day boats, but features luxurious styling cues synonymous with Mancini. The entry-level model will feature a single stern drive engine from Volvo Penta with the option to upgrade to twin diesels. For even greater performance, twin V8 petrol engines will be available for those that seek high performance from their boating.
Head of Design at Fairline Yachts, Andrew Pope, comments, “Hot on the heels of launching the award-winning Targa 63 GTO last week at Cannes Yachting Festival and the all new Targa 43 Open due to debut next spring, we now reveal the latest Alberto Mancini designed Fairline. Inspired by our long heritage in designing and building sub-40ft yachts, we are pleased to make public our first, exciting, compact day boat which will further broaden the appeal of the Fairline brand. This stylish day boat embraces outdoor living and will feature an expansive foredeck sunbathing area, open plan forward cabin and innovative fold down transom. The wrap around windows offer a light and airy feel and hand-crafted details add luxury. The design clearly draws on Fairline’s core DNA but with a very modern twist and, of course, offers the robust seakeeping we are known the world over for. Watch this space for more updates!”
Prices of the new Fairline 33 will start from around £210,000 (excluding taxes).