FrontRunners: Right on Targa

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    At 62 feet long, the Fairline Targa 62 GranTurismo (www.fairline.com) is the largest vessel in the English boatmaker’s Targa line of sport cruisers. The main saloon opens to an aft-deck seating area. There also is an aft swim platform that lowers into the water, and ample room for lounging at the bow and stern. Belowdecks are sleeping accommodations for seven, a full galley, and a tender garage. (The interior can be reconfigured to include crew quarters in place of the garage.) The starting price for the 62 GT, which is offered with two engine options, is about $2 million.

    This article was originally published in the February 2013 issue of Robb Report. Click here to read more articles from this issue.

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