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2010 Fairline Targa 34

She might be the smallest, but she's also the fastest boat in the
Fairline fleet. Superbly engineered and planned, the Targa 34 has a top speed approaching 40 knots - yet is one of the very few boats in her class to feature two totally separated sleeping cabins. As with many Fairlines, she has the luxury feel and the 'presence' of much larger, slower, more expensive boats.

Her Olesinski hull delivers a smooth ride even in choppy seas, enabling you to maintain a brisk pace, while skippers of less agile boats are backing off on the throttles.


Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform inc. gunwhale):34ft 6in 10.51m
Length overall (inc. gunwhale):36ft 10.98m
Beam (inc. gunwhale):11ft 2in 3.41m
Number of berths:4 - 6
Draught (unloaded):3ft 0.92m
Height above waterline (inc. mast):11ft 6in 3.50m
Transport height:11ft 6in 3.50m
Dry weight (approx. with 2 x KAD300/DP):6.4 tons 6,500kg
Fuel capacity:125 gals/150 US gals 570 L
Water capacity (inc. calorifier):51 gals/61 US gals 232 L
Engine recommendations (twin)570mhp

Performance Estimates:

Performance estimates are given in good faith, but are in no way guaranteed for any particular boat. Dirt on the bottom of the boat, damage to the propellers, engine tuning, external water and air temperatures and the weight of crew, fuel and water carried can all adversely affect performance. For these and other reasons we can give no performance guarantees.
2 x Volvo Penta KAD300/DP Diesel 285mhp each: 39 knots

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