New details from Fairline for the new Phantom 65. The first sportbridge built by the English yard, it will be launched in June and will make its debut at Cannes in September.
The volume of a Squadron combined with the aerodynamic proportions of a Targa: with the Phantom 65, Fairline wants to offer performance and comfort on board. Based on the technical platform of Fairline’s award-winning Targa 65, the exterior features elegant lines and large hull windows, with a glazed sunroof to make the most of natural light.
The tender garage can accommodate a Williams 345 SportJet, while the engine is available in two options: twin Caterpillar C18-1150s with a performance of 31 knots, or twin V12 Caterpillar C32-1622s with an expected top speed of over 35 knots.
On the main deck, we find the dining room and saloon. A key feature includes a galley design that maximises workspace, with a bar that extends into the cockpit.
On the lower deck, the layout offers a choice of three or four cabins: the central master cabin has a king-size bed, a dedicated desk with drawers to starboard and a sofa to port. In the guest cabins, twin berths (starboard) can be converted into a double.
(Phantom 65, Fairline announces its new sportbridge – barchemagazine.com – January 2022)