Reliability and seaworthiness

Reliability and seaworthiness

The first Targa 23 was launched in 1992. Since then, it’s been a huge success with customers looking for safety, comfort and performance in one boat.

In 2007, the Targa 23 was upgraded to Targa 23.1. The new model comes with many impressive features that you would normally expect to find only on larger boats. Its intelligent and compact design makes for effortless steering, while the clever use of space ensures enough room for guests on board. It even sleeps two persons in the aft cabin.

As with all Targa boats, the 23.1 is equipped with first-rate safety features, including easy-to-reach grab handles on the deck, a deep and safe fore-deck, and high gunwales for added security. Fast, reliable, practical, and comfortable, the 23.1 is an ideal choice for roaming the seas.

  • L.O.A*
    7,66 m (25,2')
  • Length (hull)
    7,13 m (23,4')
  • Beam
    2,72 m (8,9')
  • Draught
    1,05 m (3,4')
  • Weight
    approx. 2800 kg
  • Fuel tank
    340 L
  • Engine Alternative
    1 × D4-225 (165 kW, 225 HP)
    1 × D4-260 (191 kW, 260 HP)
    1 × D4-300 (221 kW, 300 HP)
  • Top Speed
    34–39 K.T.
  • Cruising speed
    (225 HP) approx. 29 K.T.
  • Fuel Consumption
    (225 HP) approx. 1,1 L/N.M.

* Length overall, often abbreviated as (LOA, o/a, o.a. or oa) is the maximum length of a vessel's hull measured parallel to the waterline.

Standard equipment

  • Pilothouse with two sliding doors
  • Wide passageways around pilothouse
  • Fore and aft self draining decks
  • Seven seats on deck
  • U-shaped front seat with storage lockers
  • Seat behind pilothouse
  • Swimming platform including ladder
  • Five seats in pilothouse
  • Two pipe berths in aft cabin
  • Extra equipment is shown on the pictures
  • A lot of options available

Targa 23.1 Layouts

T23 Deck 1
T23 Deck 2