At first glance, there’s no doubting that this is a powerful sports cruiser with striking good looks. But the real attraction lies in its large, open cockpit that features a J-shaped seating and dining area sitting ahead of a luxuriously large sunpad.
And if a refreshing dip in the water is called for, you can enjoy all the benefits of a large bathing platform that features a hydraulic hi-lo system - a first for the Targa range.
The 62’s galley is forward of the saloon, down two steps, and to port. It’s placement on a midlevel deck, as well as the glass bulkheads that bracket it, are another product of Fairline’s ask-and-ye-shall-receive tour of the Med. This galley spans the gap. A culinarily gifted owner or guest-chef extraordinaire can fire up some chicken cordon bleu without missing a beat of the party happening in the saloon. However if a professional chef is hired, it’s also out of the way enough for him to keep his head down and chop celery without being underfoot. The placement of the galley on its own level also allows it to have a full-height fridge and freezer, always a plus for anybody looking to do some adventurous cruising—or cooking.
- Combination oven/microwave/grill
- Crockery stowage
- Electric induction hob
- Extractor fan
- FAIRLINE EDITION china dinner service and cutlery set
- First aid kit
- Integrated waste bin
- Overhead lighting
- Isotherm Refrigerator/Freezer Combo
- Isotherm Ice maker
- Fresh water system: Pressurized on demand hot and cold water utilizing a "Shurflo" system with accumulator tank.
- Sink with hot and cold mixer tap
- Stowage cupboards and drawers
- Work surface lights
Forward of the sunpad, the cockpit is appointed with everything you’d want for a cruising boat like this. There’s U-shaped seating around a table that’s just begging to be set with a plate of oysters and a nicely chilled Moscato. And to port there’s a barbecue, sink, ice maker, and refrigerator, all of which are options. Overhead, there’s one of those design details I mentioned; an electrically actuated sunshade that can jut out over the whole area. That may seem fairly commonplace, but the real trick here is that this one can be deployed while at speed. Many times cockpit sunshades aren’t built sturdily enough to take on the bouncing waves, but this one most certainly is.
- 12V heavy duty weatherproof socket
- Access to side deck
- Aft cockpit hood with clear panels and zipped doorway
- Bathing platform lights
- Boat hook
- Engine bay access hatch with stainless steel gas struts
- Teak cockpit table
- Life raft stowage
- Manual bilge pumps
- Mooring warps
- Overhead lighting
- Stowage locker
- Teak laid floor throughout self-draining cockpit
- Single transom gate
- Cockpit bar pack including refrigerator, griddle, and ice maker
Voltage - 2 x 110V (220V) 60Hz
- 2 x Volvo Penta D13-900 EVC Shaft Diesel 900mhp each
The boat’s engine room is as well laid out as you might expect from a company that puts so much thought into the details. Volvo D13-900s fit easily into the space, and left enough room to effortlessly access both the twin fuel filters on the forward bulkhead, and the 22.5-kilowatt Onan generator aft. A large, bolted-on soft patch overhead means that if one day you need to change engines or fuel tanks, you can remove them from the boat without cutting into the deck. That’s a nice little design tidbit with an eye toward the future, and perhaps the resale market as well.