Fairline Yachts’ Targa 45 OPEN to make Palm Beach debut

Palm Beach International Boat Show ~ 25-28 March ~ Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida

Luxury British boatbuilder, Fairline Yachts, announces it is set to display three of its most popular designs at this year’s Palm Beach International Boat Show, including the debut of the Targa 45 OPEN, which will be complemented by the Targa 65 GT and the F//LINE 33.

Fairline Yachts is looking forward to exhibiting at the show, its first international event of 2021. 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.

Winner of the Best Exterior Design award in the 50-80ft yachts category at the highly coveted World Yachts Trophies, the Targa 65 GT is characterised by Alberto Mancini’s striking design. Sharing the same appeal as the Targa 65 GTO, but offering more interior space, this stunning yacht allows you to socialise on a larger scale in the extended saloon. With British craftsmanship at its heart, the Targa 65 GT is the ideal place to entertain throughout the day.

Debuting at its first major US boat show is the Targa 45 OPEN, which boasts a large sunbed over the tender garage and an expansive cockpit seating area – the perfect arrangement for enjoying time on board. With two spacious cabins and two heads, this addition to the Fairline range is a must-visit at the boat show. With twin Volvo Penta IPS 600 D6-440 engines offering a comfortable cruise at 26 knots and a maximum speed of 32 knots.

Completing this year’s showcase is the F//LINE 33, which draws on Fairline’s heritage of producing fun and exciting day boats. Made for entertaining, the F//LINE 33 features a large forward sun bed, a spacious aft seating area which can be transformed into another sun bed, and a sociable cockpit galley with high spec appliances. An innovative drop-down transom extends the usable space onboard by an additional three feet, creating an increased connection to the water and adding to the overall sociability of the boat. Below deck, there is a mid-cabin with double bed, day head with shower and in the bow, U-shaped seating with table and bed conversion. The interior lighting has an ambient glow to replicate natural daylight, continuing the signature Fairline feeling of space and light below deck.

For further information about Fairline, please visit: www.fairline.com.