Two double guest cabins offering generous headroom occupy the space between the engine room and the galley. They are simple and practical, and both of them provide the option of moving the two single beds together to create a double, but the deck space is limited in either arrangement. They share a head, which also serves as the day-head, located at the foot of the stairs leading belowdecks.
The main-deck space has been well designed and laid out with voluminous stowage and other practical features, but I do take issue with the thick and seemingly chunky side windscreen pillars, which rise up and extend aft to follow the top of the side-window line.
Behind the Targa 62’s starboard-side helm seating for two is the sitting/dining area, featuring a foldout table surrounded by a C-shape settee. The seating at this table can be complemented by using the cushions from the small two-seater settee on the port side. The spacious feeling of the salon is aided by the large areas of glass and the skylights in the roof. That said, the area is cozy and appears to have been shortened to allow for more cockpit space.