Fairline to introduce upgrades across 48ft model range
Published: Thursday, 03 August 2017
British motoryacht manufacturer Fairline Yachts will introduce a range of design upgrades across its 48ft model range, including the Targa 48 GT, Targa 48 Open and Squadron 48.
(Photos: Fairline Yachts - Targa 48 GTO)
Italian designer Alberto Mancini has been working with the shipyard to create new yachts including the Targa 63 GTO, which will be launched at the Cannes Yachting Festival (September 12-17).
The upgrades to the 48ft range include a reworked interior along with a backlit spear emblem on the hull, illuminating the word ‘Targa’. The new interior will see the addition of the same hull windows that feature on the Targa 63 GTO, which allows the interior to be bathed in natural light.
(Targa 48 Open)
Russell Currie, Fairline’s Managing Director, said, “Fairline’s range of 48-foot boats features some of our most popular yachts, and we were eager to future-proof these much-loved models for our customers to enjoy for years to come. Mancini’s design expertise has significantly influenced every design decision we make at Fairline, and we are confident these upgrades will be well received by our customers across the globe.”
Fairline’s updated 48 range will be available for viewing at Cannes Yachting Festival with the Targa 48 Open on show and also at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show 2017 where the Targa 48 Open and Squadron 48 will both be on display.