Luxury British motor yacht manufacturer, Fairline Yachts, announced the US debut of its F//Line 33 at this year’s Miami International Boat Show. Launched at the Cannes Yachting Festival last year, is the first sub-40ft boat to be launched by the British boatyard in almost a decade.
Sales & Marketing Director at Fairline Yachts, Dennis De Roos, says, “We’ve had an extremely successful 2019 with the category-defining F//Line 33 taking the European market by storm. We are excited to launch the F//Line 33 to the US at the start of 2020 and can’t think of a better way to showcase it than at the hugely popular Miami International Boat Show.”
Designed in collaboration between Fairline Yachts Design Studio and celebrated Italian designer, Alberto Mancini, the F//Line 33, sports a sleek and stylish look and an impressive 48 knot performance.
The day cruiser is one of five boats to be shortlisted in the under 10m category at the European Powerboat of the Year Awards 2020. The winner will be announced on the 18th January 2020, during Dusseldorf Boat Show.
The next Miami International Boat Show will also see the US debut of Fairline’s new flybridge model, the Squadron 68, launched at Cannes Yachting Festival. Initially called the Squadron 64, the new model has been renamed to reflect its grand proportions. The Squadron 68 offers 12% more lower deck accommodation space, a 5% larger main deck saloon area and a 10% bigger flybridge than the outgoing Squadron 65.
To complete Fairline Yachts’ line-up for Miami, there is the Targa 65. The award-winning yacht features the combination of Alberto Mancini’s Italian styling, rigorous and proven naval architecture by renowned Dutch firm Vripack and the handcrafted British quality of Fairline’s artisans.
Fairline Yachts will display its line-up at the next Miami International Boat Show at C Dock form 13 to 17 February 2020.