On the one hand there are the English shipyards that are renovating the “small” boats, the day cruisers, with sporty and aesthetically good looking lines. On the other hand there are more and more fans of outboard engines (READ HERE WHY OUTBOARD ARE SUPER REQUIRED). Thus was born the F-Line 33 Fairline, the fastest boat ever made by the British shipyard is now available with outboards.
F-Line 33, the Fairline thoroughbred has outboards
F//Line 33 was in the spotlight at the last Cannes show. (READ MORE)
The boat is a pure open boat with a cockpit that is laterally protected by the design of the windscreen and the braw. Interesting, from the automotive world, is the multifunction steering wheel of the wheelhouse. The control area is clean and simple, with a single Garmin display that shows all the indications on navigation and management of on-board systems.
F-Line 33 by Fairline was born as a day cruiser or weekender. Below decks, there is a convertible dinette at the bow, a galley that develops by side, a cabin under the cockpit and a separate bathroom. A fast boat, with the charm of ’60s GT cars, was designed by Italian designer Alberto Mancini, who started an important collaboration with the shipyard.
In the sterndrive version, the boat reaches 45 knots with 860 horsepower. In the outboard configuration the motorization goes from 600 to 800 horsepower. Here are the outboard options:
- 2 x Mercury Verado 300 – Maximum estimated speed: 37 knots
- 2 x Mercury Verado 350 – Maximum estimated speed: 42 knots
- 2 x Mercury Verado 400 – Maximum estimated speed: 45 knots
Boat technical board: F-Line 33 Fairline
- Length overall: 10.27 m
- Beam: 3.5 m
- Fuel capacity: 680 l
- Displacement (light): 6.155kg
- Draught: 0.74m
- Berths: 2-4
- Water capacity: 160 l
- Black waste capacity: 70 litres