A Fairline Squadron 48 at Saxon Wharf, Southampton for a hull only marine survey. The Fairline Squadron is a modern design, boasting numerous innovations such as the submersible bathing platform and allows a jet ski type personal watercraft to be easily launched. Large hull portlights let in natural light into the warm saloon and owner’s cabin, and the twin Volvo Penta IPS600-435 diesels give around 30 knots, while allowing pinpoint manoeuvring while in a marina, regardless of wind or tide with the modern joystick type control. Foam core in the deck and superstructure, with integrally moulded engine bearers, with transverse and longitudinal stingers gives a rigid structure without excessive weight. A marine surveyor looks for deformations and other defects in the structure, in this case some minor areas of deformations within the teak soled cockpit were found, quickly rectified by the excellent Fairline warranty team.
Fairline Marine Survey at Yachting Sports, Hamble. This Fairline 43 in Hamble near the completion of an 18 month refurbishment programme. Considerable betterment of the original Fairline design including new galley area, heads, upholstery plus new Fischer Panda generator, Caterpillar C7 diesels, Furuno radar and navigation equipment, and a long list of other improvements.
Sealine T51 Marine Survey Hamble, at Fairline Southampton known as Essex Boatyards. This luxury British power yacht with twin Volvo D12-675s has been kept like new since her manufacture in 2002. About to be upgrated with full A/C for a new venture in the Med.