Bernard Olesinski did the Targa’s design and structural engineering; he’s one of the U.K.’s top naval architects, and has drawn some of that country’s finest yachts.
To ensure a smooth ride and efficiency, he combined sharp forward sections with 20 degree deadrise aft. By integrating the swim platform, he gave the boat a longer waterline length for improved performance, especially at lower power settings.
The helm is covered with a sliding hardtop sunroof, so even the helmsman can work on his tan. Full-length molded spray deflectors keep things dry on deck. The outside galley includes a fridge, icemaker, sink and 240v electric griddle. Big sunbed lounging areas at the bow and aft to chill. Lower draft is also a side benefit to be able to go closer to the beaches.