The low profile look of the Fairline Targa 62 GT, one of the most popular Targa models "SPUR OF THE MOMENT 3" is a well maintained edition with no expense spared on options and maintenance since her handover in 2007. The distinctive dark hull has been meticulously looked after and all Leather cushions are made new in a light grey.
She has a large and spacious cockpit area and the ability to sleep up to 6 guests in three cabins below decks, making her a fantastic family sports cruiser. With the option to open up the roof the air will breeze in the cockpit. The Targa 62 will not disappoint any perspective purchaser, viewing is highly recommended. Please contact for more information or to arrange a viewing. It is in turnkey condition - ready to go.
Teak bathing platform at the rear of the vessel, which leads into the cockpit. Huge sun lounger above garage large U shaped seating with wet bar opposite, helm on starboard side with co-pilot seating to port. Below deck, the galley is to starboard and saloon seating to port. Master located aft with en suite bathroom. One guests cabin found at bow with an own en suite, one Pullman midship starboard.
Shore power inlet
Generator – Onan
Teak side decks
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