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Fairline Targa 62GT

With optional 1,200-horsepower MANs the 62GT reportedly hits a swift 38 knots. Way too fast to enjoy the Bose sound system near the foredeck sunpad.

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With optional 1,200-horsepower MANs the 62GT reportedly hits a swift 38 knots. Way too fast to enjoy the Bose sound system near the foredeck sunpad.

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The 62’s galley is much larger and more functional than her predecessor’s, the Targa 58.

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Placing the queen-size master berth athwartship helped make room for a relatively large and well-lit head in the bow.

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The helm can feel more like that of a center console than of a sport cruiser. The sunroof opens wide, as do the large side windows to port and starboard.

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This article originally appeared in the March 2013 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.