Leading British luxury boat brand, Fairline, unveils images of the first boat to showcase its brand new interiors scheme. A Fairline Targa 48 OPEN – one of the most exciting sports cruisers on the water – is the first to feature the full Capri interiors scheme throughout.
Ambient and Relaxing Interior Colors and Accents
The neutral Capri scheme was chosen by the owner for the interior of the boat, because it offers an elegant, muted palette featuring soothing taupe, white and cream colourways with duck egg blue hues, accentuating the feeling of space of the Targa 48 OPEN. The new look interior makes an impact on the boat’s ambience, which is further enhanced by gloss veneers replacing fabric panels and luxurious touches, such as leather bound and stitched handrails. In its open form, with the canvas roof retracted, the new interior adds to the motor yacht’s sense of freedom.
Inspired by a Love of Boating
Fairline’s new interiors scheme was launched to great acclaim at the London Boat Show 2015. It features four design themes, Amalfi (mustard and teal), Capri (neutral), Hamptons (reds) and St Tropez (blues) each with its own distinctive colour palette. Each collection is designed to evoke the experience and sensation of one of the world’s best-loved boating destinations, with a colour palette inspired by the local architecture, scenery and environment, and patterns inspired by nautical rope, umbrella stripes, rich colours, natural textures, seaside shells and wind-swept sand.
[pullquote]“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.”[/pullquote]
The colour schemes provide complete flexibility in a choice of fabric and surface finishes allowing owners a wider personal expression of interior styling. Fairline’s interior designer, Robyn Notley, adds, “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.
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