Coming Soon: The Targa 63 GTO

Fairline Yachts reports its Targa 63 GTO is under construction.

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Fairline Yacht’s Targa 63 GTO, designed by Alberto Mancini in Italian style.Courtesy Fairline

Fairline Yachts' new Targa 63 GTO is underway. She is the first Fairline to be penned by Italian superyacht designer Alberto Mancini, as well as in collaboration with Vripack, the Dutch naval architect. The builder refers to this yacht as "the flagbearer of Fairline's future design."

Enjoy the wind in your hair? The Targa 63 GTO’s salon has a glazed panoramic retractable sunroof. Additionally, she has powered “patio” doors that disappear into the cockpit’s sole, resulting in an unobstructed layout between salon and cockpit. The sunroof isn’t the only access to fresh sea air: there are power windows too.

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The Targa 63 GTO’s cockpit with glazed panoramic roof and u-shaped settee.Courtesy Fairline

The Targa 63 GTO standard belowdecks layout has three staterooms, but four staterooms is optional. There is also a crew cabin, with either a single twin berth or two twin berths. With double berths in both the master and VIP, two twin berths in her guest stateroom, and the option for a fourth stateroom, this yacht can accommodate 6-8 guests, plus 1 or 2 crew.

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A possible belowdecks layout for the Targa 63 GTO. She can accommodate 6-8 guest and 1 or 2 crew.Courtesy Fairline

Twin, 1,134 hp Caterpillar C18 diesels are standard power and reportedly enable the 63 GTO to make an estimated 31-knot top end. Optional twin 1,200 hp MAN V8 diesels up the estimated top end to 32 knots.

The 63 GTO should hit the water this September, debuting at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

Quick specs: The Targa 63 GTO has a 65-feet 4-inch LOA. She has a 17-foot 2-inch beam and 1,321-gallon fuel.