Fairline recently debuted its Targa 43 Open, the builder's new entry level yacht into the Targa series, which also includes 48-, 53- and 63-foot models.
The 43 Open, penned by designer Alberto Mancini, has a low profile and aggressively raked hardtop, giving the yacht a sporty aesthetic. Backing up that look is twin 435 hp Volvo Penta IPS600 diesels, reportedly giving the yacht a 32-knot top hop.
Fairline’s 43 Open has a deep-V hull form, supported by a resin-infused fiberglass hull, deck liner, longitudinal and transversal stringers.
Her layout has two staterooms and two heads. There is a forepeak master with a double berth and en suite head. The master can also be set up with a scissor berth, if an owner wants to swap out the amidships guest space as the master. The standard guest stateroom is amidships with two single berths set athwartships.
There is a galley-down to port placed between the two staterooms, and has a two-burner cooktop, microwave/convection oven, sink and fridge/freezer. Across is an L-shaped settee with dining table.
Her main deck has the helm station forward and to starboard with two seats. Across is an L-shape seat for guests with a table. Abaft is L-shaped seating to port and another seat across. The main deck is protected by a hardtop with a sunroof.
For full-time sun worshippers, there is a sun pad over the transom garage, and a second sun pad on the foredeck. The transom garage accommodates a William 280 MiniJet for jaunts ashore.