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Fairline Boats plans new-model rollout at London show

Fairline Boats said it will unveil three new boats at the London Boat Show in January.

The first is the new Shadow S, which will be revealed to the boating public for the very first time at the Jan. 9-18 show. The British builder said it will provide details at a press conference on the opening day of the show. Fairline said it plans to launch eight new models during the next three years.

Fairline owners and visitors to its stand at the show will be able to explore a new Targa 38 Open with revised specifications, including a twin helm seat and an expanded gallery.

Designs for new interiors also will be displayed, with space dedicated to each of four new color themes: Capri, Hamptons, St. Tropez and Amalfi.

Fairline also will display a selection of its luxury motoryachts, including the Targa 48 Gran Turismo, the Targa 48 Open, the Squadron 48, the Squadron 65 and the Targa 62 Gran Turismo.

“We are looking forward to an exciting show in London,” Fairline commercial director Stuart McCullough said in a statement. “The event is one of the main highlights of the year for the leisure marine industry and strengthens the UK’s position as a major destination for buyers of luxury yachts. We look forward to welcoming many Fairline owners and prospective customers on board all of our boats to enjoy the best of British and celebrate an exciting time in Fairline’s growth and development.”

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