Introducing the New Fairway 37 Flybridge. All New Model now with Walk-around Side Decks and luxurious internal fit out. This all new model Fairway 37 Flybridge features twin bridge helm seats with a “ L” shaped lounge aft. The full length Flybridge hardtop over the cockpit allows you plenty of space on the bridge for dinghy storage or simply an entertaining deck for you and your guests.
The Fairway 37 is a big volume boat having an overall length of around 42 feet including the bow sprit and swim platform. The new Fairway 37 Flybridge is designed for maximum useability and comfort. The owners are treated to a large forward owner’s stateroom with Island Bed and plenty of storage space. The guest cabin has 2 large single bunks or can be fitted with a convertible double and single.
Out in the saloon the helm is fitted to Port with a long galley running down the whole starboard side. The galley is equipped with electric hotplates and Fridge Freezer as well as microwave oven and has plenty of storage for provisions if coastal cruising. To port in the saloon is a large L shape settee with dining table. The rear cabin doors open up right across the boat so that the saloon flows out to the cockpit offering a huge living and lounging
The cockpit has built in seating in each aft corner and removable tables for entertaining or dining outside. The Hardtop almost completely covers the cockpit and has side covers so that it can be used in all weather. Access to the bow is now safer and easier as we have added walk-around side decks through to the bow. A centre rear cockpit door opens out to an extended swim platform and there is a storage boot on either side accessed from the Platform for BBQ, Outboard engine, Fenders Fishing Gear etc. The platform has a Stainless Steel rear rail for tender and cockpit mount. The New Fairway 37 Flybridge is built to coastal cruise and the Fairway hull has an excellent reputation for ability at sea and outstanding economy.
The Fairway ECO Cruise hull offers around 16 Knots with standard 240 HP engine and will cruise at up to 14 Knots. At displacement speeds of 8-9 Knots the boat will average around. 1-1.2 Ltr per nautical mile which gives a remarkable range of between 550 and 650 Nautical Miles. Even at 12 to 14 Knots fuel usage is only around 20 to 30 Ltr per hour which will give a range of between 340 and 400 Nm.