Taking centre stage at this year’s Palm Beach International Boat Show will be the new Fairline Targa 63 GT, following a successful debut at the Miami Yacht Show last month.
The Targa 63 GT features the world-class combination of Mancini’s stunning Italian styling, rigorous and proven naval architecture by renowned Dutch firm Vripack, and the hand-crafted, made in Great Britain quality of Fairline’s passionate and skilled workforce.
A four-cabin layout
Russell Currie, Managing Director of Fairline Yachts, comments, “This new addition to the hugely popular Targa 63 range was very well received at the Miami Yacht Show last month, with the four-cabin, galley up layout and single piece windscreen being of particular interest. We are looking forward to bringing the new era of Fairline to those visiting the Palm Beach International Boat Show.”
With a four-cabin layout, the Targa 63 GT on show is powered by twin Caterpillar C18 shaft driven engines and promises a top speed of 31 knots, with a range of 300nm at a cruising speed of 27 knots. This GT variant features an extended saloon for those where a light and spacious interior is paramount. The boat features a fully glazed panoramic sunroof adding to the overall sense of space and light.