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Fairline shows trio at Palm Beach


The British builder will stage the US debut of the Targa 45 Open alongside a Targa 65 GT and an F//Line 33 at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.


Fairline Targa 45 Open


Fairline’s Targa 45 Open will make its debut at a major show in the US when it appears at the Palm Beach International Boat Show (March 25-28), the shipyard’s first major show of the year.


The Targa 45 Open features a large sunbed over the tender garage, an expansive cockpit seating area, two cabins and two heads, with twin Volvo Penta IPS 600 D6-440 engines offering a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 26.


Fairline Targa 65 GT


The model will be part of a three-strong Fairline display alongside a Targa 65 GT and an F//Line 33, the brand’s smallest and fastest yacht. The Targa 65 GT features a striking exterior by Italian designer Alberto Mancini, while offering more interior space than the Targa 65 GTO.


The F//Line 33, which debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2019, features a large sunbed forward, a spacious aft seating area that can be transformed into another sunbed, and a sociable cockpit galley with high-spec appliances. A drop-down transom extends the usable space by 3ft.


Fairline F//Line 33


Below deck is forward U-shaped seating around a table – which can be reconfigured into a bed – plus a double cabin midships and a day head with shower.


Steve Leeson, Fairline’s Regional Manager for the Americas, will be on-hand to welcome visitors to the booth and showcase the three yachts on display.

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