Fairline 32 Phantom

This craft designed by John Bennett sports a low profile flying bridge, it was launched in 1974 and 310 were built up to 1982. The elevated helm position allows for spacious accommodation which is split into 2 cabins. The forward cabin has a dinette which converts to a double berth and a settee-cum-single, also another single berth.
The aft cabin is the main dining area, this converts to a double berth and the galley is opposite. The cockpit is large with the option of an extra berth. The planning hull is medium V shaped. Engines were commonly twin petrol or diesel on outdrives.


  • Length: 32’2”
  • Beam: 10’10”
  • Draught: 2’