New Targa 63 GTO By Fairline

New Targa 63 GTO By Fairline

New Targa 63 GTO By Fairline

New Targa 63 GTO By Fairline
Apr 10, 2017

British Yacht manufacturer Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO.


Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

The new 63 GTO is a bit of a departure from the traditional Fairline styling and much of that can be attributed to them bringing on Alberto Mancini to work on the exterior lines. This is definitely one of the new models for Fairline that is shaping the new direction the yard is looking to head in relative to styling cues.

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

One of the nice features incorporated into the structure is the all glass top off the superstructure. It starts from the windshield and runs backward encompassing the majority of the roof of the saloon area. There is a retractable sunroof that has been built into the structure to add flexibility and functionality. The aft doors can be gone with the touch of a button opening the entire space and allowing guests to experience a true indoor/outdoor feel where the outside cockpit aft blends seamlessly into the main saloon. A three-cabin layout for guests is the standard arrangement but a fourth cabin can be added if the owner desires that set-up. Basically, the Targa 63 GTO can accommodate 6 to 8 guests a 1 or 2 crew below decks depending on the configuration. The standard powerplants are a pair of C18s by CAT rated at around 1,134 HP. However, there is optional MAN V8 1200 HP engines that can rocket this craft to around 32-knots. Her LOA is 65.4-feet despite the model name suggesting 63-feet. The beam is around 17.2-feet. 

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

There comes a time to think bigger and enjoy more options, all with stylish ease. Enter the new Targa 63 GTO. It’s the first model created by renowned Italian superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini - and in collaboration with Dutch naval architects, Vripack.

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

Teamed with the in-house designers, Mancini’s Italian flair and Vripack’s legendary ingenuity has led to a yacht that’s innovative, versatile, light, bright and achingly stylish. In fact, we not only like to think of the Targa 63 GTO as the flagbearer of Fairline’s design future, but also as testament to the best of British boatbuilding.

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

On-board innovations abound, including glazed panoramic roof with a large, sliding sunroof and powered patio doors that disappear through the cockpit floor to give you the benefits of OPEN and GT combined. Quite simply, the new Targa 63 GTO is designed to have it all and we can’t wait to meet her.

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

The Targa 63 GTO…arriving in the summer of 2017.

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

Fairline Yachts unveiled their new Targa 63 GTO

Principle Dimensions
Length of deck (exc. pulpit): 65’2” (19.88m)
Beam: 17’2” (5.25m)
Number of Berths: 6 – 10
Weight: 33.46 imp. tons / 37.47 US tons (34,000kg)
Fuel capacity: 1100 gallons / 1321 US gallons (5000 litres)
Water capacity: 220 gallons / 264 US gallons (1000 litres)

Engines & Performance
Twin Caterpillar C18, shaft drive, diesel (1150mhp each): 31 knots (estimated maximum)
Twin MAN V8 1200, shaft drive, diesel (1150mhp each) 32 knots (estimated maximum)

Credit to: Fairline
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