Defining Flagship

Defining Flagship

The Targa 44 features the classic Targa design, with ample room both inside and out, as well as outstanding performance in all conditions. Crafted in the renowned Targa spirit, the Targa 42/44 takes you to your destination with complete peace of mind. Launched at the Scandinavian Boat Show in Stockholm in 2005, the Targa 42 won the Motorboat of the Show award. With its practical and comfortable features, it is not hard to see why.

"The Targa 42 is the result of an original idea that has become a complete boat range. Many have copied the concept but few come even close. With the Targa 42, Botnia Marin has got a real flagship that is comfortable as well as practical - suitable among icebergs and in burning sun."

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Launched in 2007, the Targa 44 is practically the same boat as the Targa 42, but with a modified transom for a longer waterline length and a larger engine room. The Targa 44 is also equipped with the revolutionary Volvo Penta IPS system, the perfect power source for the boat’s well-balanced hull. In 2009, the Targa 44 won
the prestigious Motorboat of the Year Award.

THE MOTIVATION OF THE JURY
"If ever a boat deserved its billing as the "4x4 of the sea" then this is it. On test the new IPS-powered Targa 44 delivered 38 knots into a Force 6 with 11 people on board - more than enough to convince us that this was not only the clear winner of our Wheelhouse & Walkaround award but our favourite 4x4 by far."

The Comfort Fore Cabin (CFC) layout features a raised fore deck with secure railing and easy movement. Inside, the CFC offers plenty of space, storage and head room. The large “island” style bed, the extra pipe berth and the second en-suite-toilet offer flexible sleeping accommodation on board

  • L.O.A*
    14,36 m (47,1')
  • Length (hull)
    13,18 m (43,2')
  • Beam
    3,95 m (13')
  • Draught
    1,10 m (3,6')
  • Weight
    approx. 10 000 kg
  • Fuel tank
    1500 L
  • Water tank
    350 L
  • Hot water boiler
    40 L
  • Holding tank
    120 L
  • Engine Alternative
    2 × D6-330 (486 kW, 660 HP)
    2 × D6-370 (542 kW, 740 HP)
    2 × D6-400 (588 kW, 800 HP)
    2 × IPS500 (544 kW, 740 HP)
    2 × IPS600 (640 kW, 870 HP)
  • Top Speed
    35–39 K.T.
  • Cruising speed
    (2×370 HP) approx. 30 K.T.
  • Fuel Consumption
    (2×370 HP) approx. 3,0 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
  • 10 seats on deck + 6 seats on flybridge
  • U-shaped front seat with storage lockers
  • Bridgedeck box behind pilothouse
  • Foldaway teak table for fore/aft deck
  • Flybridge steering position - HiFly
  • Swimming platform including ladder
  • 9 seats in pilothouse
  • Table for 6 in pilothouse
  • Galley (cooker, micro-oven, fridge, freezer, fresh water)
  • 1 double berth + 1 sailor´s berth in aft compartment
  • Toilet incl shower in aft cabin
  • 1 double berth + 1 pipe-berth in fore cabin
  • Toilet in fore cabin
  • Charger incl control panel
  • Diesel heater
  • Defrosting system
  • Bow thruster

Additional equipment

  • Pilothouse with aft door and STBRD sliding door
  • Seat in front of pilothouse
  • Eight seats in pilothouse
  • Table for six in pilothouse
  • 1 double + 1 pipe berth in aft cabin
  • CTC - Comfort Fore Cabin
  • Aft Door
  • Extended Roof
  • IPS System
  • Flybridge
  • Hard Top roof
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Targa 44 Layouts

T44 Deck 1
T44 Deck 2
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