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2020 Fairline Targa 45 Open

2020 Fairline Targa 45 Open

An icon reborn, reimagined by Alberto Mancini, we’ve designed the new Targa 45 OPEN to be equally powerful, versatile and luxurious. With a touch of Riviera glamour, elegant lines and a low-profile that provides a sportier appeal, the Targa 45 OPEN is perfect for dropping anchor along any coastline, anytime of day.

The Targa 45 OPEN invites you to stretch out on the large sun bed while friends lounge in the cockpit. Relaxation all around, the expansive sunbeds on both the aft and foredecks ensure wherever you are on board, you are never far from reclining in comfort.

Take shelter from the midday heat under the sleek hardtop. Sunshine at your fingertips, it is responsive to your every need. The electric sliding canvas roof delivers shade when required, and access to the skies whenever wanted. Or simply enjoy the thrill of your next destination appearing rapidly on the horizon.

Switch off the Targa 45 OPEN’s powerful twin engines and settle yourself into the discretely garaged tender. Cruise inland for lunch with friends, before exploring what lies beyond the next cove.

From snorkelling in shallow bays to reclining on deck, abandon yourself to the luxury of time.

The Targa 45 OPEN is convenient, fast, stylish and with its own garage, to store a tender. This yacht is ideal for Broadwater and Moreton Bay cruising, or make your way to the Whitsundays this year. Very seaworthy, at an overall length of 14.2metres and a draught of only 1.20 metres, it’s ideal for the shallows of Queensland waterways.

The layout offers berths for 4-5 passengers, with a total carrying capacity of 12 people. With a top speed of 32 knots and a fuel capacity of 1,300 litres you can go places fast.

“My inspiration is taken from my experience in the mega yacht field, but also from the rich history of Fairline creating timeless, classic, usable yachts for over 50 years.” Alberto Mancini

For more information on the TARGA 45 OPEN please contact Fairline Queensland dealers Leigh-Smith Yachts

Published in the August – November 2020 print edition.

Editorial by Andy Kancachian