Manufacturer Provided Description
With 1.92m (6'4") headroom below deck, two sleeping cabins, a luxurious saloon, a well-equipped galley, an integral RIB garage - and the ability to whisk all of it along at up to 38 knots - this is an extraordinary craft even by Fairline standards. No fewer than 140 Targa 40s have been sold to date, making it one of our most sought-after models. Highlights include two huge upholstered sun pads, fore and aft, thoughtful stowage planning to keep the cockpit clutter-free, and the ability to stow the boat's tender without removing the outboard motor or using davits - encouraging its frequent use..
Self-draining â?¢ L-shaped settee alongside helm seat â?¢ U-shaped aft dining area â?¢ Folding adjustable table â?¢ 12/240 volt cockpit fridge and sink with hot and cold water supply â?¢ Stowage lockers under seats â?¢ GRP arch with cockpit lights under â?¢ Drinks holders â?¢ Moulded non-slip floor surface â?¢ Cockpit carpet â?¢ Forward section of hood convertible to sun canopy â?¢ Cockpit grab rails â?¢ Step for side deck access â?¢ Tonneau cover â?¢ Transom gate â?¢ Liferaft stowage built into side of garage â?¢ Extendable sun bed over garage with forward and aft backrest â?¢ 4 fenders â?¢ 2 x 30ft mooring warps â?¢ Heavy duty 12v socket.
Choice of co-ordinating carpets, upholstery and blinds â?¢ Joinery in genuine lacquered American Cherry or Honey Maple.
All 240 volt and 12 volt circuits protected by circuit breakers on main electrical load control panel in galley area â?¢ Isolating switches to all batteries. 12 Volt: 2 x 135 Ah batteries wired in parallel supplying domestic services and port engine starting â?¢ 1 x 135 Ah battery exclusively for starboard engine starting (or as recommended by engine manufacturer) â?¢ Domestic batteries accept charge from both engines â?¢ Emergency battery coupling system permits starboard engine battery to start port engine if domestic batteries accidentally discharged â?¢ 80 amp circuit breaker for anchor winch. 240 Volt: 240v shore power supply â?¢ Power points throughout boat â?¢ 50 amp regulated charger for domestic batteries â?¢ Polarity check and earth leakage protection system.
Recessed two burner gas hob, oven and grill â?¢ 3.0 cu.ft. (85L) refrigerator with automatic 12v/240v changeover â?¢ Sink/drainer with hot and cold mixer tap â?¢ Extractor fan â?¢ Sink and hob covers â?¢ Control panel for 12/240 volt domestic electrical circuits â?¢ Drinks cabinet â?¢ Space for optional LCD TV and DVD â?¢ Two stainless steel portholes â?¢ Halogen ceiling and worktop lights â?¢ Fire extinguisher â?¢ Cupboards and crockery stowage â?¢ Waste bin â?¢ Cupboard doors in choice of timber â?¢ Ceiling handrail.
GRP engine access hatch with stainless steel pneumatic support strut â?¢ Engine bay soundproofing â?¢ Electric engine bay extractor fans â?¢ Aerodynamically designed engine air intakes â?¢ Twin automatic engine bay fire extinguishers â?¢ Automatic electric bilge pump with manual â??onâ?? override â?¢ Engine manufacturerâ??s handbook â?¢ Engine room lights â?¢ Engine and fuel tanks electrically bonded.
Designed by Bernard Olesinski and the Fairline design team â?¢ Deep â??Vâ?? forward; 19Â° deadrise aft â?¢ Full length moulded spray deflectors â?¢ Isophthalic gel coat backed by isophthalic resin-rich powder-bound glass mat â?¢ All gel coat and glass fibre laid up by hand, with unidirectional and woven rovings â?¢ Transverse and longitudinal strengthening stringers throughout hull â?¢ Hull/deck join bolted and bonded â?¢ Antifouling â?¢ Coloured hull top band â?¢ 4hp bowthruster.
Stainless steel stemhead roller â?¢ Delta anchor â?¢ 20 fathoms chain â?¢ Twin fairleads and bow, spring and stern cleats â?¢ Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and coachroof grab rails â?¢ White anodised alloy rubbing strake â?¢ Full set of IMCO navigation lights â?¢ Riding light â?¢ Remote control searchlight â?¢ Water and fuel fillers â?¢ Moulded non-slip deck surface â?¢ Transom gate from cockpit to integral teak-laid bathing platform â?¢ Concealed transom ladder â?¢ Hot and cold water transom shower â?¢ Four concealed fenders â?¢ Recessed self-draining area on foredeck for optional coachroof sun cushions â?¢ Horn â?¢ Escape hatch to deck â?¢ Hangar for concealed stowage of optional dinghy.
Electric anchor winch â?¢ Electro-hydraulic trim tabs with cathodic protection â?¢ Echosounder with speedometer/ distance log and sea water temperature read-out â?¢ VHF radio telephone â?¢ Stereo radio/CD with saloon and cockpit speakers â?¢ Hot and cold water transom shower â?¢ Wine and drinks cooler in cockpit fridge â?¢ Two part cockpit hood on stainless steel frame, with forward part of hood convertible to sun canopy â?¢ Delta anchor â?¢ 20 fathoms chain â?¢ 4hp bowthruster â?¢ Curved framed toughened glass windscreen â?¢ 50 amp regulated battery charger â?¢ Tonneau cover â?¢ Hangar for concealed stowage of optional dinghy â?¢ Coloured hull top band â?¢ TV aerial and connections. Standard features will vary on boats supplied to the American market.
Autopilot â?¢ Coachroof cushions â?¢ GPS â?¢ Teak-laid cockpit floor â?¢ 2.7m Fairline RIB â?¢ Aft cabin skylight.
U.S.A. Specifications in addition to or in lieu of those listed above
9KvA/60Hz Onan generator â?¢ Air conditioning/reverse cycle heating system â?¢ 220v/110v/60Hz electrical system â?¢ 70A Battery charger â?¢ Solid stainless steel rubbing strake Dockside TV and phone inlets â?¢ Flyscreens on all portholes â?¢ LCD TV in saloon Microwave and electric hob â?¢ Holding tank with electric macerator pump.
Other diesel engine options available.
Top speed of boat: 42.587mph
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.