2018 Fairline Targa 63 GTO
Impeccable craft, effortless style.by Sulthoni, on
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.
2018 Fairline Targa 63 GTO
Top Speed:34 knots mph (Est.)
Same attention to craft, new bold design language
The Targa 63 GTO is an evolution, not a revolution. In fact, it is still instantly recognizable as a Fairline.
The Targa 63 GTO is an evolution, not a revolution. In fact, it is still instantly recognizable as a Fairline. Combined with the rigorous and proven naval architecture by renowned Dutch firm Vripack, and matched with the usual unparalleled Fairline craftsmanship, it’s a natural step for anyone who wants stunning good looks and creative flair from bow to stern.
The inside is good-looking too
In the spirit of building the perfect yacht at every possible level, Fairline has also carefully created four different interior design schemes for you to choose from:
Inspired by Liguria’s local architecture, this scheme exudes the sunny warmth synonymous with fragrant Italian lemon trees and the umbrella-lined shores of the Amalfi coast.
Understated, earthy colors, effortlessly combined with rich natural textures. All the hallmarks of an interior design collection that is as gentle as the Mediterranean breeze.
Evoking elegant vintage design cues, whilst offering a bold and contemporary interpretation of the luxury that was once the preserve of America’s East Coast.
An ode to the sea where all manner of deep, oceanic blues tastefully swirl with muted greys, delicate creams and classic nautical motifs.
Fairline Targa 63 GTO Key Features:
• Designed by Alberto Mancini
• Naval architecture by Vripack
• Lowering patio doors
• Powered glazed sunroof
• Powered sunshade over cockpit
• ‘Fresh air maker’ air conditioning
• f-Drive multifunction glass bridge
• Fully integrated audio/visual systems throughout
• Long cockpit or long saloon layouts
• Foredeck seating & sunbeds
• Single or twin crew cabin options
• Garage for Williams 325 TurboJet & a pair of SEABOB’s
|Engines & Performance||Twin Caterpillar C18 shaft drive, diesel (1150mhp each): 31 knots (estimated maximum)|
|Twin MAN V8 1200 shaft drive, diesel (1200mhp each): 32 knots (estimated maximum)|
|Length overall (inc. pulpit):||65’4” (19.96m)|
|Length overall (exc. pulpit):||65’2” (19.88m)|
|Beam (inc. gunwale):||17’2” (5.23m)|
|Number of berths:||6 – 10|
|Height above waterline (inc. arch & nav. light mast):||17’ (5.20m)|
|Transport height:||16’4” (5.0m)|
|Dry weight (approx.):||33.56 imp. tons / 37.47 US tons (34,000kg)|
|Fuel capacity:||1,100 gallons / 1,321 US gallons (5,000 litres)|
|Water capacity (inc. calorifier):||237 gallons / 285 US gallons (1,080 litres)|