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    £ 267,240
    listed price: 300.000 €Vat Included / Paid

    Fairline - Targa 52 for sale

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    Exklusive Gelegenheit! - Fairline Targa 52 Open - aus privater (2.) Hand - sehr gepflegt und ständig professionell gewartet mit sehr wenig Motorstunden - optisch und technisch in TOP-Zustand! - zu einem sehr attraktiven Preis !

    Golden opportunity! - Fairline Targa 52 Open - Sale by private owner (2nd) - rarely used - very well kept and steadily professional maintained - Perfect condition -Sale for an attractive price !
    oportunidad exclusiva! - Fairline Targa 52 Open - Venta con el proprietario privado (2°) - poco usado con pocos horas de motor - mantenimiento y servicio professional - en perfecto estado - Venta por un precio attractivo !
    test report
    I glanced up from my newspaper and saw the big Fairline Targa 52 ghosting into the marina like some giant manta ray gliding out of the mist of a dark sea. From the front, the Targa is nothing if not impressive.

    The high freeboard, slightly drooping bow and the dark, almost sinister lines of the side windows give it a menacing though thoroughly proportional look.

    As it closed in on the fuelling dock, the throb of the big 715hp Volvos stopped everyone in their tracks. This noise was soon drowned out by the shrill tone of the bowthruster and the deeper note of the sternthruster as the big Targa Voyager gracefully pulled alongside to accept its cargo of journo and photographer.

    The owner's son, Scott Spencer, did an admirable job of berthing and we stepped aboard to take in the ambiance of this luxurious and spacious craft.

    It's immediately obvious that this boat is all about lazy summer days of lounging and entertaining. Take the two steps up from the swim platform and there are two sun lounges - one a double and one a single - just beckoning some sun-loving people to laze around being delivered cool G&Ts from the fridge on the main deck.

    The double lounge lifts up on hydraulic rams to reveal a large garage which, in this case, housed an Avon 320 jet-powered RIB. The garage is fitted with an electric remote-control winch so there's no davits, no crane, just push the button and she glides in or out effortlessly on rollers.

    Also on the transom is the electrically-operated telescopic passerelle cunningly concealed inside the steps; again, this is remote-controlled so you can adjust or operate it from the dock. Handy to deter non-invited visitors!

    Fairlines traditionally abound with thoughtful and practical touches to make life aboard easy and fun, and these are just a couple of the nifty features of this boat.

    Move forward and you'll find the big U-shaped dinette for alfresco eating. Seating six or even eight at a pinch, it's within reach of the fridge, ice maker and barbecue grille which form the self-contained kitchenette just aft of the helm station on starboard.

    The helm station is a large and elaborate affair as you'd expect on a boat of this calibre. The station gives a grand view of the expansive foredeck which includes another huge sun lounge flanked by stainless steel rails, no doubt installed so that sleeping sun bunnies don't roll off the deck and hurt themselves on the stanchions.

    Added to the standard comprehensive gauges which include autopilot, radar, log, depth, bowthruster, and engine gauges, the owner has installed a larger Raymarine plotter and a full Volvo engine management system that makes the standard engine gauges redundant.

    I found this handy as the standard gauges are small and not too accurate. Also, the gauges for the port side engine, mounted on the centreline over the companionway, are too far away. The Volvo system gives an extremely accurate readout of exactly what is happening with the engines at any moment.

    The helm is a double affair and the squabs can be folded up independently so that the skipper can stand while his co-pilot sits comfortably. This has the added benefit of giving the skipper a lateral brace for his left leg; whether it's intentional or not, it's very useful.

    Also useful is the tilt-adjustable wheel that that moves from a near-horizontal position to vertical, giving either a sportscar appearance when seated with it in the vertical position or, dare I say it, a truck-like look when moved fully forward to the horizontal.

    MOVING BELOW
    Below decks, the Fairline is expansive and gives the feeling of an open-plan townhouse. The galley is chic and modern with lovely corian bench tops and stacks of storage space.

    The domestic-size fridge/freezer could store a week's worth of provisions itself. There's a convection microwave and a two-burner cooktop integrated into the bench, and standard twin sinks with H/C pressurised water. The owner has opted for the personalised detail of monogrammed crockery.

    Opposite the galley is the sweeping lounge that can seat five or six and has handy matching stools for extra guests. Upholstery is a lovely Montana sand leather, giving a great feel and a classy but not ostentatious effect. The owner has cleverly moved the TV from its low position on the outside of the galley bench to a more prominent position high on the forward bulkhead.

    As with all Fairline boats, the fit and finish is superb and the attention to detail in the woodwork is first class. Of course, the interior is fully airconditioned for year-round enjoyment.

    The main forward cabin is expansive and dominated by a big, almost circular double bed. This is complemented by superb cabinetry all round, discreet lighting and another flat-screen TV.

    The ensuite is more than ample with a full walk-in shower stall, electric loo and spacious vanity. This is mirrored portside as the day head or guest bathroom.

    On the starboard side the second cabin houses a couple of two-metre berths, full headroom and plenty of storage for clothes and linen.

    On the port side, aft of the galley is what I consider a great option: a room that can either be a third twin cabin, a 'utility room' with washer and dryer, or, as in this case, a den. On Voyager this room has an L-shaped lounge, large cupboard and bench tops that can be used as a desk for a computer or for writing. It can be separated from the rest of the saloon by a solid sliding door, to provide a bit of comfort and peace for reading or doing a spot of work, or to provide privacy if the lounge is converted to a bed and the room used as a cabin.

    ENGINE ROOM
    Before it got too hot, we opened the big hatch on the starboard side out in the cockpit to reveal the ladder down to the engine room.

    Obviously, the big D12 Volvos dominate but there's plenty of room to get around them for servicing, checking and general maintenance. There's also plenty of room for the generator and other items like toolboxes as well.

    Fairline has included a lot of big-ship systems in the Targa 52 and it's nice to see the fire system, big blowers and big-boat bilge pumps.

    As with all Fairlines, the parts you can't see are treated similarly to the parts you can see, and this is evidenced in the engine room where everything is flow-coated. It certainly gives the boat a very professional and up-market appeal.

    STEPPING OUT
    We slipped the mooring lines and headed the big Targa out onto a slightly choppy Port Phillip with about 15kt of southerly blowing. It's not an easy boat to drive in a five-knot zone as it isn't fitted with a Twin Disc system and it'll only idle along at around 7kt, meaning that it's necessary to shift it in and out of gear in order not to break the limit.

    With 715 ponies under each side, the lift of the 20-tonne Fairline is instant and almost brutal. The Volvos roared into life and we were away, hardly noticing the chop.

    A very comfortable fast cruise of around 25kt will have the Volvos using a quite respectable 80l per side. At this speed the Targa is very dry even in the chop. We hurled it into a full-lock turn and nary a drop of water got on the screen or any other part of the boat above the gunwales.

    Opening up the throttles, the engines emitted a thunderous note and we were very soon sitting on 33kt and eating up the miles. According to Fairline, the Targa 52 with the big engines should do 36kt but we could only get 33 - perhaps due to the chop and a bit of dirty bottom. But for me that's plenty.

    At this kind of speed the engines are doing around 2200rpm and using about 130l/hr per side. Back it down to the fast cruise at around 1800rpm and you should get a range in the region of 250nm.

    Fairline has always prided itself on the rigidity of its boats and the Targa 52 is certainly no exception. The ride is silky smooth and there is not a creak or rattle to be heard. The reason, the company says, is that around 100 components are bonded to the hull, becoming an integral part of it and adding strength. Also, the superstructure is locked onto the hull by bolts that are spaced no more than 23cm apart to create what is virtually a monocoque. This makes for great strength and rigidity, which translates to better handling and stability at speed.

    Certainly the Fairline Targa 52 is an impressive boat. It's well built, has incredible attention to detail, and its performance and handling are excellent.
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    £ 267,240
    Category:Motor Boats
    Sales status:available
    Manufacturer:Fairline
    Model:Targa 52
    Mooring Country:Spain
    Currency:EUR
    Year built:2002
    Length:15.7 m/52 ft
    Width:4.3 m/14 ft
    Engine manufacturer:volvo penta
    KW:1400.0 hp
    Specifications
    ConditionUsedSaleTrade
    Fuel Capacity1820 literFresh water capacity455 liter
    No. of cabins3No. of berths5
    WC & bathrooms2Model Year2002
    Max Draft1.6 metersModeld12
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