Designed for both cruising and racing, these magnificent yachts reflect the style and quality of a golden age of yachting. This coupled with a modern underwater body and rig, creates a yacht which is as easy to handle as any modern yacht on the market today.Read more
At Fairlie Yachts we are concerned about the hardwoods and trees that go into building these yachtsRead more
A substantial yacht is made up of a thousand details, and the whole may be far greater than the sum of these parts, yet without people, she is nothingRead more
Fairlie Restorations of Fife classics began in 1985 with a rich history running through to the launch of a new range of classic Yachts.Read more
Fairlie has a history of working with a skilled workforce, drawing on the history of traditional yacht building in the Southampton areaRead more
From 1987, and starting with the Altair project, Fairlie have been restoring traditional sailing yachts of all sizesRead more
When Ancasta first introduced the new Fairlie 55 to the world at the Cannes Yacht Show last September, we knew that the combination of an exquisite classic design and exemplary craftsmanship would make her a real head turner. It didn’t take long before she found her rightful owner, who perhaps unsurprisingly, hails from the glamorous film industry. To be enjoyed as a family weekend retreat, she will be deservedly idolised in all her glory, while moored in her new home, the luxury marina at Portofino, Italy .
The Fairlie 55 is the first in the new ‘spirit of tradition’ class and while recapturing the style and allure of a golden era, offers high performance sailing and is constructed of only the finest quality materials. Fairlie Yachts are delighted that their much acclaimed design will be used as intended, and enjoyed in the sunny climes she deserves.
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