The Squadron 68 replaces the Squadron 65. She is slightly longer and roomier than her predecessor, with 12% more foredeck space, 5% more saloon space and 10% more flybridge space.
The volume of Squadron 68 is shaped by Mancini in an Italian
Fairline's collaboration with the designer began with the Targa 65 GTO . The British company, bought by Russian investors, had just emerged from financial difficulties. The yard had to surprise the market
But the most striking feature of Mancini's vision was probably the small day boat F//Line 33. Compared to its counterparts from other lines, it looks not just modern but futuristic, with its continuous glazing line running from the windscreen along both sides to the bow. At the same time, its silhouette paradoxically refers to the great designs of the past.
By Mancini's own definition, this boat «is the epitome of the spirit of classic 1960s cars».
It's fast - 45 knots with the most powerful motor - but also comfortable enough to go for a short overnight trip.