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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..
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
LOA: 41 ft 7 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 16860 lbs
Drive Type: Stern drive
Maximum Speed: 44 mph
Engine Option 1: 2x Volvo 2 x KAD300/DP 285 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (79 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (197 Gallons)
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.
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