THE new 63GTO, the largest in British boatbuilder Fairline’s Targa range, is the product of the company’s first project in conjunction with Italian superyacht designer Alberto Mancini.
Innovative features include a large, sliding, glazed sunroof and powered patio doors that disappear through the cockpit floor. The flexible interiors offer a wide range of cabin, cockpit and saloon options.
There’s also a choice of ‘Extended Cockpit’ or ‘Extended Saloon’ variants.
In addition, there’s a separate forward cockpit, giving a further area in which guests or family members can socialise, as well as extensive sunbed areas both forward and aft.
The lower deck has space for a tender garage, accommodating a Williams 325 Jet RIB in the Extended Cockpit model, plus a small skipper/crew cabin aft of the engine room.
The forward area of the accommodation deck is given over to the owner’s party, with the impressive full width master suite having panoramic views through the massive hull windows. There are two further spacious en suite cabins and a day head. A fourth cabin can be fitted in lieu of the latter if required. Standard equipment encompasses everything from four flat-screen LCD TVs to a high capacity chilled water air conditioning system.
The boat is offered with the option of four different interior design schemes.
Engine options include twin Caterpillar C18 diesels of 1,150hp each, which give an estimated maximum speed of 31 knots.
Alternatively twin MAN 1,200hp V8 units can be fitted and will give an expected top speed of 32 knots. Both options have shaft drives.