2018 Fairline Targa 48 Gran Turismo
The seas are beckoning, the wine is chilled and everyone’s on board. The exceptional engineering of Targa 48 GT means you can go further, explore more and extend your stay with ease.
Combining the luxury of a spacious, sociable main deck with a well-appointed helm station and twin seats, the Targa 48 GT enables you to share the thrill of discovery in comfort.
The Targa 48 GT has perfectly thought-through features for stylish entertaining day and night.
2018 Fairline Targa 43 OPEN
Back in 1997, the original Targa 43 took the Mediterranean by storm, redefining the design principles of a performance yacht by imbuing it with a distinctive touch of glamour. Twenty years later, its spirit has returned in the form of the Targa 43 OPEN, and thanks to the extraordinary vision of superyacht designer Alberto Mancini.
Sporting a low profile on the outside with all the sleek lines expected from a performance yacht of this calibre, the Targa 43 OPEN is pure design luxury on the inside. All interior spaces on the main and lower decks are exquisitely designed with touches normally reserved for larger yachts. Cabins are spacious with a choice of two configurations - the main cabin can either be located forward or mid-ship.
2018 Fairline Targa 63 GTO
Meet the future of Fairline…and the perfect expression of Italian flair, Dutch ingenuity and British craftsmanship beautifully combined. The new Targa 63 GTO is Fairline’s first model created by renowned Italian superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini. Teamed with Fairline experienced in-house designers, his innate sense of flair has led to a yacht that’s innovative, versatile, light, bright and achingly stylish.
At first glance it is difficult to ignore the Mancini touch, which is in every curve of the dramatic new hull and sleek profile. On-board innovations abound, including a large, sliding, glazed sunroof and powered patio doors that disappear through the cockpit floor to give you the benefits of an OPEN and GT combined. The very flexible interiors seamlessly offer a wide range of cabin, cockpit and saloon options that suit your needs. It’s the Fairline thrill, with added style.
Since its launch, the Targa 38 has been one of the fastest selling models in the Fairline range. Sleek and powerful, this is a truly infectious sports cruiser that handles beautifully.
The swept-back radar arch and flowing lines of the hull and superstructure hint at the true personality of this 38-footer, where power and beauty are delivered in one well-considered package. The 360° panoramic view from the saloon and the striking vertical hull windows that let light pour in also suggest that this compact Targa believes itself to be a much larger boat.
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For many this hard top is one of the most eagerly awaited Fairlines to date. Specify the D6-400 Volvo engines and you will also have the fastest Fairline built to date. Even fully loaded it can easily push into the mid-40 knot range.
Demand for a hard top version was too great for us not to take it seriously. But we had to get it right. We worked with Makefast to acquire a tried and tested roof and electrical system. Reliable, easy to use and neat. The Targa 38OPEN offers the largest roof opening area for a boat of this size and a long overhang over the cockpit to offer maximum protection.
We also extended the glazing to give greater all-round vision and further enhance the feeling of an express cruiser that’s open to the world around it. This big boat thinking also extends aft, where you can specify a submersible bathing platform for ultimate enjoyment of the water.
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British luxury boat builder Fairline has announced plans to launch an the Targa 53 Open, an open version of the Targa 53GT that will only make its debut at the Southampton Boat Show. If it sounds like Fairline’s jumping the gun with the announcement of an off-shoot model from another model that hasn’t been introduced yet, it’s because it is a case of that. Still, there’s been a lot of excitement surrounding the arrival of the Targa 53GT so it appears that Fairline’s merely trying to leverage the hype by announcing an open version of the boat.
According to the company, the 53 Open will use the same hull and power trains as the enclosed saloon version. It will receive a large, peeled-back sunroof that allows passengers to bask in the heat of the sun. The deck layout of the boat will be divided in such a way that it creates enough space for a dining section, forward-facing seats in the front, a slab of sundae aft just atop the tender garage.
Prospective customers of the boat will also be given a chance to choose between two or three cabins. It’s Fairline’s way of inviting would-be clients to personalise the cabins as they see fit.
The 53 Open will be powered by two different shaft-driven engine options: Volvo and Cummins. Specific details of these engines will be unveiled during the 53GT’s debut at the Southampton Boat Show but as early as now, Fairline is estimating that the 53 Open will be able to reach a fully loaded top speed of 30 knots on account of its lighter weight than its enclosed counterpart.
Likewise, pricing details of the two boats are being kept under wraps for the time being. What’s expected is that the 53 Open will be made available beginning in the spring of 2016.
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The Fairline Targa 38 was especially designed for those who want to mix sailing with their passion for speed and adrenaline.
As far as power is concerned, the Fairline Targa 38 is offered with a choice of four pair of diesel engines ranging from Volvo Penta D4-260 EVC to Volvo Penta D6-400 EVC units.
Jump on the deck and you’ll find a wide range of features that help increase comfort and versatility. Among them you’ll find an electric anchor winch, a concealed telescopic swim ladder, IMCO navigation lights and a Hot and cold water transom shower.
Moreover, you also get a moulded non-slip deck surface, a stainless steel bow, a teak laid bathing platform and a toughened glass curved windscreen.
The cockpit is fitted with a 12V weatherproof socket, a bar, drink holders and various storage places.
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The Fairline Targa 40, with her unusually generous headroom below deck, two spacious and comfortable sleeping cabins, a luxurious and beautifully appointed saloon, a well-equipped galley, an integral tender garage and the ability to reach up to 39 knots is an extraordinary craft.
The Targa 40 is powered by a couple of twin engines from 620 hp to 700 hp. You can choose one of the two power options: the two 310 hp each Volvo Penta D6-310 EVC Diesel and you’ll ride the waves at 38 (...)
The perfectly formed Fairline Targa 38 express cruiser has already captured the hearts of the boat lovers. Firmly rooted in Fairline’s history of producing superlative boats below 40 ft. in length, this Targa advances the tradition still further, with the many innovations and developments already proven in her larger sisters.
The Targa 38 handles as well as her looks promise and she delivers impressively powerful performance. The swept-back radar arch gives the flowing lines of this boat a (...)