The timeless styling of the new Spearfish 32 is an exciting evolvement of the original race winning Fairey Marine Spearfish. These classic designed boats were built primarily for their outstanding performance, to power through waves exceptionally well and to maintain high speeds, giving their owners a thrilling, yet comfortable ride.


This exciting new model embraces the classic features and captures the sea keeping qualities of the original Fairey Marine Spearfish.  With its proven pedigree high performance hull designed by Alan Burnard, and twin V8 eight-cylinder Mercury 4.2L 370hp diesel engines, top speeds of 45 knots can be achieved for a truly exhilarating drive. New sleek deck lines and superstructure provide a spacious modern interior and a luxurious, comfortable cockpit. The distinct elegant styling, combined with the hand-crafted finesse of the Supermarine brand, sets the Spearfish 32 in a class of its own.


So, what makes a boat a modern classic ? – an elusive blend of seaworthiness, timeless beauty, elegance, style, performance and heritage. There is also one other vital ingredient … and one of the Supermarine’s most defining features… individuality.


Renowned international yacht designer Stephen Jones has been commissioned to work alongside the Supermarine in-house design team to develop the new Spearfish 32. Using advanced technology, every detail from the interior accommodation and new deck layout to the plumbing, tankage, engineering and electrical systems are being planned with special consideration for weight distribution, proper function and easy access.


The high windscreen with a solid stainless steel wrap around handrail offers maximum protection for the helmsman and guests. The aft part of the cockpit is designed for safety, comfort and socialising. The cockpit ‘wet bar’ allows you to entertain guests in style with fridge, ice maker and BBQ options. Ample seating provides a relaxing lounge area, with a table for alfresco dining.  The stylish aluminium and composite arch, with bimini / cockpit tent provides shelter from the elements. There are removable twin sunbeds with a walkway aft leading to the swimming platform and telescopic bathing ladder, for guests to take a dip in the water.




When choosing the unique specification of your Spearfish 32, you will be able to specify from an extensive list of options, letting you create a motor yacht that fulfils your every need. Air conditioning and stern passerelle are available for Mediterranean cruising.


Exterior hull bands and colours, cockpit upholstery, interior finishes, upholstery types and colours, carpet colours or flooring finishes, can all be configured to build the motor yacht of your dreams.


 Twin engines are Mercury TDI 4.2L, 370hp with Bravo 3 sterndrives to power along at exhilarating top speeds of 45 knots. Optional shafts with V drive gearboxes provide traditional long distance cruising, whilst the smaller 3.0 litre twin engine option offers more economical boating with reduced fuel costs.


Nick Burnham - Aquaholic 

British Motor Yacht Show, Swanwick Marina, Southampton ​



 The elegant open plan interior is beautifully designed with views out through large eye-line coachroof windows, creating a light and airy atmosphere. The modern, compact galley to port is well equipped with fridge, combination microwave and grill, hob, sink and counter top.



​The spacious saloon seating is set around a central table, which converts to a generous double berth with good headroom and attractive lighting. To starboard is a stylish heads compartment providing excellent toilet facilities. Combining elegance with live aboard comfort, sound systems and the latest TV screen can be included to your specification. 


The interior can be finished to the owner's choice of carefully offered leathers and finishes.


The generous helm is designed with racing style ‘drop down’ bolster seats. The electronic dashboard is ergonomically designed to incorporate one or two large format digital multi-function touch screens, helm controls, switches, cup holders and storage trays for sunglasses/mobile phones etc.

The aft part of the cockpit is designed for safety, comfort and socialising. The cockpit ‘wetbar’ allows you to entertain guests in style. Ample seating provides a relaxing lounge area, with alfresco dining.  There are twin sunbeds with a walkway aft leading to the swimming platform and telescopic bathing ladder.



With exceptional sea keeping qualities and high performance being the priority, the Alan Burnard hull is particularly narrow. Therefore, the interior has to be meticulously designed to make use of every space available. State of the art technology provides the facility to design every detail, not just for the interior cabin and cockpit, but for the machinery, tankage, plumbing and electrical systems to ensure weight distribution, proper function and easy access.



Hull length - 32'11" (10.03m) 

L.O.A - 35'2"  (10.95m) 

Beam - 9'8" (2.95m)  

Draft - 2'9" (0.84m)  

Est. displacement - 4500 Kg

Water - 150 litres (33 gallons) 

Fuel - 600 litres (132 gallons) 

Top speed - 45 knots 

Cruising speed - 35 knots 



The vinylester resin hull laminate system incorporates stitched multi-axial reinforcements for superior osmosis resistance. The sandwich ‘closed cell foam’ hull bottom is supported by longitudinal and transverse stringers and frames.  The composite materials are engineered to produce maximum strength and durability with minimum weight for high performance.   


The main structural bulkheads are vinylester, resin infused for a strong and lightweight construction. Once dry fitted, they are glass fibre bonded into the hull to form an integral part of the structure. 

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Two designers of outstanding calibre and achievement have contributed to the Supermarine.

For the hull lines,Alan Burnard, formerly chief designer of Fairey Marine, was commissioned. His experience in offshore racing and in military patrol craft development contributed to the durability and sea keeping qualities of the successful Huntsman, Swordsman and Spearfish motor yachts.


Renowned international yacht designer Stephen Jones was commissioned to work alongside the Supermarine in-house design team to develop the new deck and superstructure. 


Using today's advanced technology, the hull structure and build quality of the Supermarine Spearfish 32  offers exceptional sea-going comfort and high performance in all sea states.