British boatbuilder Fairline Yachts is embarking on an exciting new chapter with its Targa 63 GTO. It is brand’s first model created by renowned Italian superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini – and in collaboration with Dutch naval architects, Vripack. Mancini’s influence is clearly evident in the Targa 63 GTO, resulting in a sleeker look for Fairline and an evolution of the recent British builder styling.
The Targa 63 GTO is designed to suit Fairline’s varied global client base, offering complete flexibility of layout with a multitude of options to suit each individual customer.
For example, there are three different galley arrangements, allowing clients to choose the best configuration to suit their needs. A choice of long cockpit or saloon variants, the former offering large outdoor space, the latter for those where air conditioned interior space is more important. Maximizing space and comfort are the key features of the Targa 63 GTO with every centimetre optimized.
Regardless of specification, owners will find a large saloon and cockpit as well as an impressive full-beam master cabin with adjoining full-beam en-suite. The boat features a large sliding, glazed sunroof and powered patio doors that disappear through the cockpit floor transforming the main deck and adding to the overall sense of space and light. As well as ensuring the sea-keeping and handling qualities that Fairline is known for, Vripack focused heavily on minimizing noise and vibration levels throughout the boat. This, in conjunction with Fairline’s proven monocoque construction, maximizes on board comfort for all.