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United Motor Yachts releases the new Fairway 36 Sedan

by Marc Hall on 30 Dec 2012
Concept drawing of the new Fairway 36 Sedan available May 2013 Marc Hall
The New Fairway 36 Sedan will debut at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat show. This updated version of the well respected and popular Fairway 36 has been developed over the past six months and the first boat will be available in around Late April.

This new version retains all of its predecessors attributes but has a new more up to date style and luxurious internal fitout. United Motor Yachts have spent considerable time in the original 36 and with 36 owners and combined their own experience to come up with the new style and version of what has been one of the most successful boats sold in Australia.

Recent success in the market with the sedan style boats has lead the United Motor Yacht team to develop the Sedan model first and then re visit the flybridge late. The all new Fairway 42 once completed will lend some of its new styling to the Fairway 36 Flybridge but the new Sedan will take a slight step to the side and offer a whole new version. Power will still be from an economical single diesel of around 240 HP which will give around 16-17 knots. Like the 36 flybridge the new sedan will have great coastal ability and a cruising range at displacement speeds of over 600 Nautical Miles on standard fuel capacity.

The new look internal polished timber and quality fabric furnishings will offer luxurious surroundings and two cabin accommodation with Island bed master cabin forward and guest cabin as well.

If you would like more information on the new Fairway 36 Sedan and Flybridge please call the United Motor Yacht team on 0755 141866 or email us on sales@umy.net.au visit our website, United Motor Yachts.
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