2010 Fairline Targa 58
Stunningly beautiful exterior lines, proportions and styling give this muscular new sportscruiser an unequalled presence, both at sea and at rest, but the evolution that has taken place on board is even more noteworthy for the way it includes so many unique features.
Take the single-level living and galley space for example - a mere button-touch starts a remarkable transformation as the huge roof glides smoothly open, you can also choose, as an option, to have side windows that retract and a patio door that completely withdraws, effectively converting the deck saloon into a magnificent open-air environment. The option of an integral powered sunshade provides protection for the aft cockpit seating, which, if you so choose, can also convert into a huge sunpad at the push of another button. Result? The flexibility to select your own onboard lifestyle and environment - smoothly, effortlessly - and almost instantly.
Such pioneering design is in evidence everywhere, so the accommodation is superbly equipped and supremely luxurious, new standards of biggest and best in class having been set throughout. The elegant swept staircase with its light and airy atrium - and utility area to one side - leads to a unique layout below deck. By locating the en suite forward of the master cabin, weve taken full advantage of the 58s huge beam to create a stunning cabin for the owner that is the largest and lightest of any yacht in this class. And its not just the master cabin that will impress - the two sumptuously appointed VIP guest cabins also have spacious en suites, and both are convertible from twin to double cabins according to preference, while the lazarette, with its elegant transom glazing, can also be specified as an additional - and unusually light - cabin. With up to 38-knot performance and the peerless handling the world now expects, this stunning 58 is sure to become another landmark model in the illustrious Targa heritage.
|Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform inc. gunwhale):||58ft 1in (17.71m)|
|Length overall (inc. gunwhale)||59ft 3in (18.07m)|
|Beam (inc. gunwhale)||16ft 6in (5.03m)|
|Number of berths||6 - 7|
|Draught (unloaded):||4ft 4in (1.31m) unloaded|
|Height above waterline (inc. mast):||17ft 3in (5.25m|
|Transport height:||16ft 3in (4.95m)|
|Dry weight:||26.08 tons (26,500kg)|
|Fuel capacity:||550 gals/660 US gals (2,500L)|
|Water capacity (inc. calorifier):||143 gals/172 US gals (650L)|
|Engine recommendations (twin)||from 1,730mhp to 2,400mhp|
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 the crew, fuel and water carried can all adversely affect performance.
2 x Volvo Penta D13-900 EVC Shaft Diesel 900mhp each: 33 knots
2 x MAN V8 1200 Shaft Diesel 1,200mhp each: 38 knots
2 x Caterpillar C15-865 ACERT Shaft Diesel 865mhp each: 32 knots