Brokerage: Fairline Targa 64

British style meets a hull ready for the chop with the Fairline Targa 64.

Fairline Targa 64
The Fairline Targa 64 marked an exterior-design evolution for the builder, transitioning from a linear look to a curvy profile. Courtesy Fairline

Airline debuted the targa 64 in 2007. During its two-year run, 22 hulls were built. The yacht has a deep-V hull form, and powerplant options included twin 1,015 hp Caterpillar or 1,100 hp MAN diesels.

The yacht has a three-stateroom, three-head layout with a full-beam master amidships and an athwartships berth. There is a forepeak VIP with a step-up berth, and a twin-berth stateroom is abaft the VIP to port.

At press time, we found eight Fairline Targa 64s on the market, ranging from $500,000 to $711,000.


From the Archive

“The deck salon is the unquestioned focus of social life on board. A settee surrounding a versatile table can open out and be raised or lowered via electronic control. The table faces a TV that rises out of the starboard side; here, there is also a cocktail bar that includes an ice maker. The salon deck is the same level as the cockpit, so when the rear doors are opened, you have one continuous space.” —Yachting, October 2008


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