Fairline Squadron 58 – Fremantle WA
Fremantle West Australia | 

Fractional Yacht Ownership in Australia

Whether you hunger for the isolated grandeur of the offshore islands, the tranquillity of a coastal lake or river, or just a quick tie-up for coffee and a bite to eat at a harbour side café or bistro, there’s a waterway in New South Wales that’ll float your boat.

There are no grander waters in this country than Sydney Harbour and the nearby Broken Bay-Hawkesbury system. These deep valleys were carved by ancient rivers through millennia of Hawkesbury sandstone. One waterway is almost as it was in 1788 – the other is the most sophisticated boating venue in Australia.

Sydney Harbour is an eclectic mix of busy commercial fairways for freight and passenger traffic and a playground for recreational boats of all types. Just around the point from a busy wharf could be a tranquil inlet for a picnic or a classy waterside eatery.

Boat ramps are scattered around the Harbour’s foreshores and marinas and yacht clubs abound. Home to the start of the world-renowned Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, there are a large number of sailing events on the waterway every week.

Believe it or not, the Harbour also has some of the best fishing in the state. There’s been no commercial fishing for several years and water quality improvements mean a thriving environment for yellowtail kingfish, bream, mulloway, whiting, flathead, tailor and most other temperate species.

Humpback whales often call in for a visit during their migration, as do a host of tropical fish such as mackerel and tuna, while the offshore grounds are famous for blue, black and striped marlin and other gamefish.

If Sydney Harbour nurtures humanity, Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River system highlight nature’s glory, with dense native forests and national parks adjoining deep, sheltered cruising grounds.

There are numerous safe anchorages throughout the Hawkesbury River and the adjoining Cowan Creek system, along with some world-class marinas. Boaters could spend their entire lives exploring this unique part of the world – and always find something new!

The fishing, particularly for mulloway, bream and bass, is excellent from September to May, while Broken Bay (where this massive system enters the ocean) is a popular recreational fishery throughout the year for Australian salmon, yellowtail kingfish and myriad other species.

The middle reaches of the Hawkesbury River, accessible from Sydney’s north and west, are also the domain of towsports, with endless miles of water ski and wakeboard bliss.

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Description

Approach the Fairline Squadron 58 from any angle and the avant-garde design and attention to detail simply make you want to explore further. For this is a beautiful yacht built around sociability. She is fitted with two Volvo Penta D13-800hp engines and a huge list of extras making her ideal for cruising the South Coast or the Med in style and comfort.

MECHANICAL

2 x Volvo Penta D13-800hp EVC engines with approx. 670hrsThird station controls in cockpitSide access door by internal helmEngines and generator last serviced May 2019New cutlass bearings – June 2019New anti-foul, anodes, shafts and props burnished – Feb 2020Bow thrusterWindscreen washers & wipersWindscreen demistersUnderwater lightsTrim tabs

ELECTRICAL

Shore power & cableBattery chargerInvertor to run audio visual17.5 kva Onan generator (255hrs)Tropical reverse cycle air-conditioning throughoutHi-Lo 40” B&O TV with home cinema surround sound systemPhillips flatscreen TVs with DVDs in Master, Fore and Twin cabinsDishwasher in galleyWasher dryer in aft crew cabin

NAVIGATION

High speed magnetic compassGarmin 5012 touchscreen radar/GPS plotterGarmin GHP10 autopilotGarmin GMI10 depth and speedGarmin DSC VHFAll repeated at both helms

SAFETY

Navigation lightsAutomatic fire extinguisher (engine bay)Manual fire extinguishersRemote control searchlightAutomatic & manual bilge pumpsTwin hornsEnsign & staffFenders & warps

DECK GEAR

Teak bathing platform, cockpit, flybridge and flybridge stepsFlybridge wet bar with griddle, icemaker, fridge, sink and storageBlue exterior and side deck mood lighting2.9m letterbox passerelle with remoteFairline tender launch system with fold out dinghy chocksSelf stowing through-hull Delta anchor and chainElectric anchor winch with deck & helm controlsStern capstan mooring winchesCockpit enclosure with windowsFlybridge furniture coversFlybridge tonneau coverFlybridge bimini Fore deck sunpadsStainless steel and teak handgrab railsTelescopic boarding ladderTransom gateLED ceiling lights throughout

DOMESTIC

Walnut satin and wenge gloss interior woodwork with cream leather upholstery and velvet mink carpetsSALOONSpacious saloon with large C shaped seating to port upholstered in cream leather opposite the entertainment unit with Hi-Lo 40” B&O TV and cinema surround sound system.Upper L shaped dinette to starboard upholstered in cream leather opposite the fully quipped galley to port consisting of electric ceramic halogen hob, extractor fan, integrated waste bin, microwave combi oven and grill, fridge with freezer compartment, additional drawer fridge, dishwasher, sink with h&c mixer tap and plenty of storage.HELMTwin adjustable helm and co-pilot seats, all engine and navigational controls within easy reach, main control panel with battery switches.ACCESS TO THE CABINSThe lower deck is accessed via a beautiful spiral staircase with the main fuse boards and additional storage concealed in the wall.MASTER CABINMaster mid stateroom with quadruple portrait feature windows, large walk around double berth, twin bedside tables and plenty of storage.LCD TV above storage unit to starboard with plenty of storage throughoutAccess to en-suite bathroomWashing machineMASTER EN-SUITEOpposite the main berth, the unique head has an open plan with separate electric flush freshwater toilet compartment and full standing height shower with solid teak compartment for and aft of the large hand basin with hot & cold pressurised waterFORWARD STATEROOMLarge island double berth with drawer beneath and bedside storage in overhead lockers & twin wardrobes. En-suite access to day headSTARBOARD GUEST CABINFull length twin berths with wardrobe and plenty of stowageDAY HEADSElectric flush freshwater toilet, hand basin and storage, separate shower cubicle with automatic shower tray pump out systemCREW CABIN (AFT)Access from cockpit, single aft berth with plenty of storage and separate en-suite head with electric flush freshwater head and hand basin. Large aft facing window with 2 open ports towards the cockpit.COCKPITSpacious cockpit with aft bench seat for 4, space for large table and chairs, lazzerrette and engine access via cockpit sole.FLYBRIDGEBeige upholstery with large aft seating and table that converts to cushioned sunbathing area. Twin adjustable helm and co-pilot seats with all the navigation and engine instrumentation repeated.Flybridge wet bar with BBQ, fridge, sink and storageFlybridge bimini and sun bathing pads around the helm station

Fairline Squadron 58 – Fremantle WA Syndicate Information

Whether you hunger for the isolated grandeur of the offshore islands, the tranquillity of a coastal lake or river, or just a quick tie-up for coffee and a bite to eat at a harbour side café or bistro, there’s a waterway in New South Wales that’ll float your boat.

There are no grander waters in this country than Sydney Harbour and the nearby Broken Bay-Hawkesbury system. These deep valleys were carved by ancient rivers through millennia of Hawkesbury sandstone. One waterway is almost as it was in 1788 – the other is the most sophisticated boating venue in Australia.

Sydney Harbour is an eclectic mix of busy commercial fairways for freight and passenger traffic and a playground for recreational boats of all types. Just around the point from a busy wharf could be a tranquil inlet for a picnic or a classy waterside eatery.

Boat ramps are scattered around the Harbour’s foreshores and marinas and yacht clubs abound. Home to the start of the world-renowned Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, there are a large number of sailing events on the waterway every week.

Believe it or not, the Harbour also has some of the best fishing in the state. There’s been no commercial fishing for several years and water quality improvements mean a thriving environment for yellowtail kingfish, bream, mulloway, whiting, flathead, tailor and most other temperate species.

Humpback whales often call in for a visit during their migration, as do a host of tropical fish such as mackerel and tuna, while the offshore grounds are famous for blue, black and striped marlin and other gamefish.

If Sydney Harbour nurtures humanity, Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River system highlight nature’s glory, with dense native forests and national parks adjoining deep, sheltered cruising grounds.

There are numerous safe anchorages throughout the Hawkesbury River and the adjoining Cowan Creek system, along with some world-class marinas. Boaters could spend their entire lives exploring this unique part of the world – and always find something new!

The fishing, particularly for mulloway, bream and bass, is excellent from September to May, while Broken Bay (where this massive system enters the ocean) is a popular recreational fishery throughout the year for Australian salmon, yellowtail kingfish and myriad other species.

The middle reaches of the Hawkesbury River, accessible from Sydney’s north and west, are also the domain of towsports, with endless miles of water ski and wakeboard bliss.

Specification

Fairline

Squadron 58

179000

17.57

4.85

2012

GRP

2 x Volvo Penta D13-800hp EVC engines

Volvo Penta

D13-800hp EVC

Diesel

670hrs

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