Fair­line up­grades the in­te­rior of its Targa 48 Open

Fair­line up­dates its Targa 48 Open with the Capri in­te­rior scheme, part of a wider range of in­te­rior op­tions now avail­able

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Fair­line, a lux­ury boat brand from Bri­tain, re­cently un­veiled the first boat that fea­tures its new in­te­rior scheme, dubbed Capri. The boat in ques­tion is Fair­line’s Targa 48 Open, which is al­ready well-re­garded among boat lovers as an ex­cit­ing sports cruiser. This one, though, is spe­cial, due to hav­ing the full Capri in­te­rior scheme fit­ted through­out.

The new scheme, neu­tral in na­ture, was cho­sen by the owner of this new Targa 48, who saw sense in the el­e­gant, muted pal­ette fea­tur­ing sooth­ing taupe, white and cream colour­ways with duck egg blue hues. Ac­cord­ing to Fair­line, the in­te­rior scheme ac­cen­tu­ates the feel­ing of space on the Targa 48, as well as mak­ing an im­pact on the boat’s am­biance. There are gloss ve­neers re­plac­ing fab­ric pan­els, as well as lux­u­ri­ous touches such as leather-bound and stitched handrails. Cer­tainly, with the can­vas roof re­tracted, this mo­tor yacht would feel ex­tremely light and airy.

Fair­line’s new in­te­ri­ors scheme was ac­tu­ally launched at the Lon­don Boat Show 2015, fea­tur­ing four design themes. The Amalfi theme is made up of mus­tard and teal, while Capri (as on the new Targa 48 Open) is neu­tral in colour. The Hamp­tons scheme is made up of reds, while St Tropez is made up of blues.

Ac­cord­ing to Fair­line, each col­lec­tion is de­signed to evoke the ex­pe­ri­ence and sen­sa­tion of one of the world’s best-loved boat­ing des­ti­na­tions, hence the name of each scheme. Colour pal­ettes are in­spired by the lo­cal ar­chi­tec­ture, scenery and en­vi­ron­ment at each des­ti­na­tion. There are also pat­terns in­spired by nau­ti­cal rope, um­brella stripes, rich colours, nat­u­ral tex­tures, sea­side shells and wind-swept sand, the com­pany says.

“The in­spi­ra­tion be­hind the four new ranges is to of­fer lux­u­ri­ous, bright, mod­ern in­te­ri­ors that fully com­ple­ment our range of lux­ury boats. Fol­low­ing feed­back from our cus­tomers that they wanted to make bolder in­te­rior choices, the myr­iad of op­tions avail­able within each range blend per­fectly to­gether, giv­ing Fair­line own­ers the con­fi­dence to make stylish choices in

their in­te­ri­ors,” ex­plains Fair­line’s in­te­rior de­signer, Robyn Not­ley.

“The Capri col­lec­tion re­flects the spec­tac­u­lar coastal scenery and the fresh­ness of the Mediter­ranean breeze, in­spir­ing a design rich in tex­tures with a neu­tral colour pal­ette; whilst the St Tropez col­lec­tion brings de­signer style and a lit­tle joie de vivre into any in­te­rior space, us­ing the ocean’s blue tones to make a bold yet stylish and time­less state­ment.”

How­ever, just be­cause a sin­gle scheme is cho­sen, doesn’t meant that buy­ers have to abide by the laws of that par­tic­u­lar design. Ac­cord­ing to Fair­line, each scheme pro­vides com­plete flex­i­bil­ity in a choice of fab­ric and sur­face fin­ishes, al­low­ing own­ers a wider per­sonal ex­pres­sion of in­te­rior styling.

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