Fairline Yachts add a host of design upgrades to 48-foot model range

21 Aug 2017

Fairline Yachts has announced it will be introducing a range of design upgrades across its 48-foot model range, which includes the Targa 48 GT, Targa 48 OPEN and the Squadron 48.

World renowned Italian yacht designer, Alberto Mancini, has been working with Fairline to create new yachts such as the Targa 63 GTO - set to launch at Cannes Yachting Festival 2017 – and his creative flair has been utilised by Fairline’s design team. The upgrades to the 48-foot range include a reworked interior to maximise quality, comfort and style, along with a backlit ‘spear’ emblem on the hull, illuminating the word ‘Targa’. The updated interior has been made even more luxurious by the addition of the same hull windows that feature on the Targa 63 GTO - allowing the interior to be bathed in natural light.

Russell Currie, Fairline’s Managing Director, says, “Fairline’s range of 48-foot boats features some of our most popular yachts, and we were eager to future-proof these much-loved models for our customers to enjoy for years to come. Mancini’s design expertise has significantly influenced every design decision we make at Fairline, and we are confident these upgrades will be well received by our customers across the globe."

Fairline’s updated 48 range will be available for viewing at Cannes Yachting Festival 2017 with the Targa 48 OPEN on show and also at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show 2017 where the Targa 48 OPEN and Squadron 48 will both be featuring.

Meet the Boating World and Fairline teams at the 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival. Contact our office for more information.