Fairline Mirage

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Fairline Mirage, "Five Farthings"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 5
Year: believed late 70s
Fuel Type: Petrol

This is a very well presented example of a Fairline Mirage with lots of extra features and a detachable hard top to lower the airdraght by a further 6 inches.


Sold - Apr 19

Fairline Mirage, "Lady M"

Boat Length: 28ft 5ins (8.66m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed 1980
Fuel Type: Petrol

This Fairline Mirage is a tidy example of this popular family cruiser.


Sold - Apr 19

Fairline Mirage, "Sea King III"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 5
Year: 1985
Fuel Type: Petrol

 A well presented and well equiped example of this popular river cruiser from Fairline. This was one of the last examples of a Mirage built by Fairline.


Sold - Nov 18

Fairline Mirage, "Murphy's Mist"

Boat Length: 28ft 4in (8.64m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed 1979
Fuel Type: Petrol

This tidy Fairline Mirage has been refitted by her current owner. The engines and drives have been recently serviced.This is a full canopy version

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This John Bennett design proved to be a popular design that still looks modern today. The internal volume of the craft allows 5 berths, with dinette and bench seating to create an additional single berth. The crafts beam allows the galley to be offset to the port side keeping the main thoroughfare of the cabin clear.An aft cabin cruiser was also produced which offered 6 berths. The aft cockpit craft were always powered with outdrives and usually Volvo petrol with some Volvo diesel. The aft cabin craft were more designed for inland use with conventional shaft drive in diesel with some twin engined versions.


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