Fairline To Premiere Targa 45 GT Express Cruiser at Boot Dusseldorf


Fairline will stage the global debut of its Targa 45 GT at Boot Dusseldorf (January 18-26, 2020) as the express cruiser becomes the fourth model in the current Targa GT line-up and the ninth GT since the British builder introduced the line 15 years ago.

Fairline’s Targa 45 GT will debut at Boot Dusseldorf, the world’s biggest indoor boat show

The new 45-footer is designed by Alberto Mancini and offers 
the same light, bright and luxurious feel of the Italian’s other new-generation designs for Fairline. The yacht features a spacious saloon, powered hardtop roof and large patio doors, which benefit both northern and southern hemisphere boating.

Wayne Huntley, Head of Design and Engineering at Fairline Yachts, said: “We are pleased to announce the upcoming addition of the Targa 45 GT to our product range, building on an already strong portfolio of yachts.

The Targa 45 GT is another Fairline design by Italian Alberto Mancini

The Targa 45 GT is another Fairline design by Italian Alberto Mancini

“We are confident that the accessible size, stunning interior and exterior design, and highly adaptable layout will appeal in every global yachting territory.”

Layout options include the choice of two or three cabins, and either a midships or forward master cabin. The tender garage can carry a Williams Minijet 280, while the standard engine options are twin Volvo IPS600 D6-440s, with the option to upgrade to Volvo’s new IPS650 D6-480 units.


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