Fairline Targe 62 Gran Turismo: Best of the Best Production Boat Nominee

The Fairline Targa 62 Gran Turismo is a sporty new cruiser from the 46-year-old British builder. Starting at a little under $2 million, the Targa 62 GT can reach a top speed of 34 knots thanks to twin Volva Penta engines. The 62-footer’s deckhouse features a retractable sunroof, huge windows, and an aft glass door that can be opened fully to the elements. Outdoor areas include sunning and dining spaces, as well as a teak swim platform. The yacht sleeps as many as seven guests and Fairline offers a crew cabin or a tender garage. Check out the yacht’s details here.

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