UK: Fairline Presents Targa 58 GRAN TURISMO Express Cruiser


Fairline will  be touring locations in the western Mediterranean with the Targa 58 GRAN TURISMO express cruiser, offering boat owners the opportunity to step onboard and view this award-winning express cruiser – and the first Targa 58 GRAN TURISMO to feature a silver hull. The tour is running from 30th July and includes visits to the Spanish mainland, the islands of Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca, the south coast of France and north western Italy, before completing the tour in time for the opening day at the Cannes Boat Show (6th September).

DIMENSIONS

Length of hull (bow to aft end of bathing platform, incl. gunwale): 58ft 1in (17.71m)

Length overall (inc. gunwale): 59ft 3in (18.07m)

Beam (inc. gunwale): 16ft 6in (5.03m)

Number of berths: 6 – 7

Draught: 4ft 4in (1.31m) unloaded

Height above waterline (inc. arch + nav. light mast): 17ft 3in (5.25m)

Transport height: 16ft 3in (4.95m)

Dry weight (approx.): 27.07 tons (27,500kg)

Fuel capacity: 550 gals/660 US gals (2,500L)

Water capacity (inc. Calorifier): 158 gals/190 US gals (718L)

Engine recommendations (twin): from 1,600mhp to 2,400mhp

PERFORMANCE

Performance estimates are given in good faith, but are in no way guaranteed for any particular boat. Dirt on the bottom of the boat, damage to the propellers, engine tuning, external water and air temperatures and the weight of the crew, fuel and water carried can all adversely affect performance.

2 x Volvo Penta D13-900 EVC Shaft Diesel 900mhp each: 32 knots

2 x MAN V8 1200 Shaft Diesel 1,200mhp each: 38 knots

2 x Volvo Penta D13-800 Shaft Diesel 800mhp each: 29 knots

Invitations to view the Targa 58 GRAN TURISMO will be given to boat owners at scheduled stopovers with some surprise visits to various bays and harbours en-route. The scheduled stopovers include Alicante and Dénia, Ibiza town, Puerto Portals, Cala D’or, Puerto de Pollensa, before heading to Mahon in Menorca, Cannes, Antibes, Nice, Monaco, San Remo and onto Portofino.

Source: fairline, July 29, 2011;

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