On the one side, there are the English shipyards that are innovating their small-sized day cruisers in order to offer sporty and aesthetically elegant boats. On the other, there are numerous fans of outboards, one of the most striking trends of recent times in the yachting sector. In this context, a 10-meter boat could not only have a sterndrive version. So, just a few months after her debut, the outboard version of the Fairline F-line 33 has come. The fastest boat ever built by the British shipyard, the F-line 33 is powered by twin 400HP outboards which, according to the manufacturer, are expected to deliver a top speed of around 45 knots.
Lines are by the Italian designer Alberto Mancini. The boat is a day cruiser or a weekender, depending on the use, with a cockpit always well-protected by a large windscreen. The charm is that of a ‘60s GT car, as suggested by both interior and exteriors lines and the multifunction steering wheel positioned in an essential helm station where a single Garmin screen displays all navigation and boat management data. Below deck, interiors include a convertible dinette in the bow, a linear galley, a cabin, and a separate bathroom. In short, all you need to spend a night at sea.
Options range from two Mercury Verado 300 HP ( 37 knots) up to two Verado, 400 HP each, passing through two Mercury Verado 350 (around 42 kn).
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