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Fairline pushes on with product launches at Boot Düsseldorf 2020

by Zak Hillard 7 Nov 04:33 PST 18-26 January 2020
Targa 45 GT © Fairline Yachts

Luxury British boatbuilder, Fairline Yachts, expands its product range even further at Boot Düsseldorf 2020, the world's largest indoor boat show hosted annually in Germany, with the global launch of the new Targa 45 GT.

In addition to showcasing a stellar model range at the show, Fairline has something top secret to unveil that is set to revolutionise the brand's portfolio.

The new Targa 45 GT, is available for the coming season and provides a stylish and flexible layout synonymous with Fairline's GT range, whilst incorporating some new, innovative features. The sleek cruiser has the same light, bright and luxurious feel that characterises all of the new generation of Fairline models, thanks to the brand's partnership with celebrated Italian superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini.

The versatile Targa 45 GT features a unique attribute for a yacht of its size, a tender garage for a Williams 280 MiniJet. The addition of this tender garage adds improved functionality and innovation to the 45-foot category. Available with a choice of a two or three cabin, and two heads layout, the Targa 45 GT can be further personalised to have either a mid or forward master cabin, depending on preference. In addition to the adaptable interior layout, the cockpit has been designed with multiple uses in mind, from spending time relaxing in the sun to entertaining friends and family.

The Targa 45 GT is powered by the new twin Volvo IPS600 D6-440 engines, with the option to upgrade to Volvo's new IPS650 D6-480 units.

The other Fairline models on show at Boot Düsseldorf 2020 include:

  • Squadron 68 - launched at Cannes Yachting Festival 2019 where she was the recipient of Fairline's third consecutive World Yacht Trophies award, the Squadron 68 features the award-winning Italian design of Alberto Mancini and world-renowned engineering from Vripack. This new yacht offers 12% more lower deck accommodation space, a 5% larger main deck saloon area and a 10% bigger flybridge than the outgoing Squadron 65.

  • Squadron 50 - a centrepiece of Fairline's recently updated 50ft range, the Squadron 50 boasts a thoroughly contemporary and stylish look thanks to luxurious details synonymous with the Fairline brand, coupled with a more sporty, racy feel.

  • F//LINE 33 - receiving high praise since debut for its sleek and stylish composition, impressive performance and handling - achieving 48 knots with full tanks and six guests onboard, the Alberto Mancini designed F//LINE 33 is on course to be the star of Boot Düsseldorf as well.

Fairline will be hosting a VIP press event at Boot Düsseldorf, at 10:30am on Saturday 18 January (Hall 6, Stand D59 - 77). The exclusive event will launch the Targa 45 GT to the world and will feature a very special unveiling from the brand - not to be missed! To confirm your attendance, please contact .

Fairline's international network of dealers will be represented at Boot Düsseldorf on the stand, together with key personnel from Fairline's design and manufacturing teams, to provide visitors with in-depth information about the company and its boats going into the new season.

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