The Fairline Targa 52 is the longest of the open cockpit, long-range sports cruisers to the date
The Fairline Targa 52 is the longest of the open cockpit, long-range sports cruisers to the date. The boat is built by Fairline Boats PLC and will be the flagship of the Targa range.
The new boat is the latest addition to the Fairline Targa open cockpit range and will extend the choice from the Fairline Targa 30 to the new Fairline Targa 52. The traditional features of the Targa range are continued with the Targa 52. These consist of large open cockpit and extended aft sun-bathing areas.
The Targa 52 offers a large three cabin layout as standard with the options of converting the port cabin from a twin to a ‘den’ or an office with audio and visual entertainment. It can also be converted into a utility room.
The headroom throughout the saloon and galley is 6ft 9in, reducing to 6ft 6in in the accommodation areas.
The large cockpit area contains a bar unit with a fridge, icemaker and an electrical griddle. The roof of the cockpit can be converted to a sun canopy which stows against the GRP arch. The teak-laid floor of the cockpit leads to a large teak-laid bathing platform which incorporates a hot and cold shower and a bathing ladder. The side decks are very wide and a sunbathing areas on the forward and aft decks.
The concealed garage can house a jet RIB and lowers easily into the sea with out the aid of davits.
The fastest of the Targa 52’s four engine options is a pair of Volvo D12 EDC Diesel 700hp engines, which can hurl the boat along at an expected 38 knots with excellent sea-keeping qualities even when conditions get a little emotional. A massive fuel capacity of 400 gallons ensures a comfortable long-range capability.
The interior of the boat is finished with a multi-lacquered cherry and eucalyptus or honey maple and bird’s eye maple.
The new Targa 52, priced from £394,000 inc VAT, will make its debut at the London Boat show in January 2002.