Fairline Yachts will debut 53-footer at Yachts Miami Beach

British boat manufacturer Fairline Yachts will debut the third variant in its 53-foot range, the Squadron 53.
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Fairline’s new Squadron 53 will make its U.S. debut in February at Yachts Miami Beach.

Fairline’s new Squadron 53 will make its U.S. debut in February at Yachts Miami Beach.

British boat manufacturer Fairline Yachts will debut the third variant in its 53-foot range, the Squadron 53, in the United States in the new-boat section of Yachts Miami Beach, which is set to take place Feb. 16-20 on Collins Avenue.

Alongside the U.S. debut of the Squadron 53, Fairline said it will launch a limited-edition 50th anniversary commemorative book, together with an immersive virtual reality experience, to showcase its anticipated Targa 63GTO.

The company also will display models that include the Targa 48 Open, Squadron 48 and Targa 53GT.

Fairline said superyacht designer Alberto Mancini designed the new Squadron 53. The boat is based on the existing 53-foot hull, but features a new design from the deck upward, courtesy of Mancini.

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