New Boat Models

New Fairline Phantom 65

Fairline Phantom 65, new Fairline Yacht

The new model carries on the Phantom badge but with a fresh new attitude.

Fairline Yachts has provided details of its new sportbridge motoryacht, the Phantom 65. The boat is expected to launch June of this year and will make her debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.

The Phantom 65 is Fairline’s first sportbridge yacht, boasting a modern layout with an abundance of al-fresco dining, entertaining, and lounging spaces. “We are pleased to present our first sportbridge model, offering the enhanced space of a flybridge with the sportiness of our Targa models,” says Fairline CEO Paul Grys.

Old Name, New Approach

”The Phantom name has long been synonymous with Fairline and while we’ve kept the name, that is where the similarities end. The Phantom 65 is an all-new sportbridge yacht, elegant, dynamic, clean and unfussy in its design, whilst offering the handling and performance Fairline always delivers.”

Fairline Phantom 65 running, Fairline 65 flying bridge

The Phantom 65 is designed on the hull as the company’s Targa 65 express yacht.

Based on the technical platform of Fairline’s Targa 65, the exterior of this new yacht features sleek lines and large, expansive hull windows, with a glazed sunroof to bathe the interior with natural light.

Noteworthy Highlights

The Phantom 65 features a tender garage that can accommodate a Williams 345 SportJet. She’s available with two engine options — twin Caterpillar C18-1150s that push her to an estimated 31 knots or twin V12 Caterpillar C32-1622s that bump the number past 35 knots.

The main deck of the Phantom 65 offers a range of useable spaces, from generous dining to comfortable salon seating. The galley is designed to maximize workspace, has ample fridge/freezer capacity and a sociable bar that extends into the cockpit.

Fairline Phantom 65 overhead, running shot

Notice how the flying bridge seems to flow out of the pilothouse windshield.

Below, she’s available with three or four cabins. The mid-master cabin has a king-sized berth, dedicated bureau with drawer storage to starboard and a large port-side sofa. The guest cabins offer flexibility with an electric bed conversion option to convert the (starboard) twin berths into a double.

Pricing for the Phantom 65 starts at approximately $2.7 million

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