Fairline Yachts and Sunseeker have both announced new models at this year's Cannes Yachting Festival.
Sunseeker has unveiled the design for its 133 Yacht with new round-bilge semi-displacement hull form whilst Fairline has shared plans for its new Targa 45 GT express cruiser.
Head of design and engineering and Fairline Yachts, Wayne Huntley said of the newest addition, "We are placed to announce the upcoming addition of the Targa 45 GT to our product range, building on an already strong portfolio. We are confident that the accessible size, stunning interior and exterior design and highly adaptable layout will appeal in very global yachting territory."
Targa 45 GT
Fairline's 45ft express cruiser is the fourth in the current Targa GT line-up and the ninth GT since the line was introduced 15 years ago. She offers a main deck saloon, power hard top roof, large patio doors and a tender garage for a Williams 280 MiniJet.
There is a choice of a two or three cabin, two heads layout with the option to have either a mid or forward master cabin, depending on preference. She will be launched at Boot Düsseldorf in 2020.
Sunseeker's latest superyacht, the 133, is the first Sunseeker yacht with a vertical bow. With a beam of 31ft, she has 27% more interior volume than her sistership, the 131. The 40m yacht has a gross tonnage of 448GT and is available with MTU 16V engines with up to 2,636PS for a top speed of 24 knots.
The upper 'Sky Lounge' deck can be accessed via two parallel side stairwells or through the upper deck itself and the 'Beach Club' and tender arrangements can be customised in a range of ways. Part of a major new product development plan announced by Sunseeker's chief executive, Andrea Fabretti, she will be ready to launch in 2021.