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2001 43 (ft.) Fairline Targa 43

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General Information

Listing# 99503

Gordonville, TX, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Motor Yachts
Bernard Olesinski and Fairline Design Team
Targa 43
43 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
2 x TAMD 43P
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

WOW! This 43 Targa is a fresh water boat that has only had one owner. It is the LOWEST price 2001 Targa in the WORLD!! Get it before someone else does!

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Designed as much for socialising as she is for speed, the Targa 43 does both exceptionally well. Spaciously arranged and generously equipped both above and below deck, her integral garage is a convenient big-boat touch. Yet you can propel her Olesinski-designed hull through smooth or rough seas with equal ease - at speeds of up to 35 knots. Her stiking teardrop roof, huge deck and rakish lines make the Targa 43 a head-turner whether she's powering her way across open water or sitting comfortably at anchor. She's a joy to pilot, thanks to her fast, dry hull, ample power and crisp handling, while her outstanding space and amenities make entertaining a pleasure.
Additional Description
Very nice co-ordinating carpets, upholstery and curtain fabrics Joinery in genuine lacquered American Cherry and Eucalyptus
Additional Description
All 240 volt and 12 volt circuits protected by circuit breakers on main electrical load control panel in saloon. Isolating switches to all batteries Wiring diagram provided in owner's handbook.
Additional Description
Recessed two burner electric stove, with microwave oven and grill on deck 3 cu.ft. refrigerator with automatic 12v/120v change-over Sink with hot and cold tap Solid worktop with sink and stove covers Two stainless steel portholes Halogen ceiling and worktop lights Fire extinguisher Cupboards and glassware stowage Waste basket Lacquered cupboard doors Stainless steel grab rail Extractor fan.
Additional Description
  Engine room soundproofing Fiberglass engine access hatch with stainless steel pneumatic support struts Water cooled engine exhausts with silencers and side outlets Aerodynamically designed engine air intakes Automatic engine bay fire extinguishers Stainless steel shafts (TEMET) 4-blade counter-rotating Manganese Bronze propellers Manganese Bronze brackets Balanced rudders Cathodic protection Automatic bilge pumps for engine bay and rudder bay with manual override Electric engine bay fans Engine bay lights Sea cocks on all inlets/outlets below waterline All stern gear, engines, fuel tanks etc. electrically bonded Exhaust overheat warning system Dripless shaft seals.
Additional Description
Designed by Bernard Olesinski and the Fairline design team Deep forward; 18° deadrise aft Full length moulded spray deflectors Isophthalic gel coat backed by isophthalic resin-rich powder-bound glass mat All gel coat and glass fibre laid up by hand, with unidirectional and woven rovings Transverse and longitudinal strengthening stringers throughout hull Hull/deck join bolted and bonded Antifouling Coloured hull top band 6hp bowthruster.
Additional Description
  Stainless steel stemhead roller Delta anchor 300 feet all anchor chain Twin stainless steel fairleads and bow, spring and stern cleats Grab rail and cleat on each transom wing Stainless steel pulpit Stainless steel rubbing strake Full set of navigation lights Riding light Water and fuel fillers Moulded non-slip deck surface Transom gate from cockpit to integral teak-laid bathing platform Hot and cold water transom shower Concealed transom ladder 6 fenders stowed under aft sun deck Recessed self-draining area on foredeck for optional coachroof sun cushions Remote control searchlight.
Standard Features
Horizontally and vertically adjustable helm seat with lift up semi-bolster section Tilt-adjustable steering wheel Reversible electric anchor winch Electro-hydraulic trim tabs with cathodic protection Echosounder and speedometer/distance log with sea water temperature read out VHF radio telephone Stereo radio/CD player with saloon and cockpit speakers Hot and cold water transom shower Wine and drink cooler in coc Cockpit hood 6hp bowthruster Delta anchor 6 fenders Horn Ensign and staff 2 mooring warps First Aid Kit Wrap around, alloy framed, curved toughened glass windscreen Stainless steel rubbing strake 70 amp regulated battery charger Teak-laid cockpit floor and bathing platform Antifouling Hanger for concealed stowage of optional dinghy and outboard beneath aft sun deck Sunbathing cushions in non-absorbent foam for aft sundeck Colored blue hull top band. Standard features will vary on boats supplied to the American market.
Generator Air conditioning Electric griddle to cockpit bar Optional Jet ski stowage GPS Sunbathing cushions in non-absorbent foam Newer Battery Charger Newer VHF Radio Upgraded stereo w/sub, amp, and additional speakers Satellite TV  Newer cushions for exterior Electric winch for Jet Ski Jet Ski in Garage
U.S.A. Specifications in addition to or in lieu of those listed above
9KvA/60Hz Onan generator Air conditioning/reverse cycle heating system 220v/110v/60Hz electrical system 70A Battery charger Gearbox oil pressure gauges Solid stainless steel rubbing strake Dockside TV and phone inlets Screens on all portholes TV in salon Microwave oven and electric stove Dockside water system with washdown Holding tank with electric macerator pump.  
Contact Mike Hansen at 954-328-7365