Comfort and Power

Built for demanding use, the Targa 35 comfortably carries a small crew. Its advanced handling features and efficient diesel engines make this sturdy boat easy to handle, with an enough horsepower for fast runs and economical cruising.

As with all Targas, the Targa 35 is easy to solo drive. For easy single-handed maneuvering, the Targa 35 features a safe and deep fore deck, high gunwales, well-positioned grab rails, as well as total ease of movement on deck and around the pilothouse. The Targa 35 is also easy to customize, with many alternatives to choose from, including normal or Hi Fly fly bridge, straight or negative transom, and different layout alternatives for the fore cabin.

The Hi-fly fly bridge gives the Targa 35 a new stylish look and accommodates five persons comfortably. Instead of the standard layout with two single berths in the fore cabin, the customer can equip the boat with a second double-berth and a second en-suite toilet.

The Comfort Fore Cabin (CFC) option also offers a totally new level of on-board comfort. This alternative layout of the fore deck and fore cabin features a raised fore deck with secure railing and easy movement. Inside, the CFC offers plenty of space, utilizing the space to it’s full potential



11,76 m (38,6')
Length (hull)
10,65 m (34,9')
3,50 m (11,5')
1,10 m (3,6')
approx. 7800 kg
Fuel tank
1185 L
Water tank
185 L

* 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.

Hot water boiler
20 L
Holding tank
120 L
Engine Alternative
2 × D4-260 (382 kW, 520 HP)
2 × D4-300 (442 kW, 600 HP)
2 × D6-330 (486 kW, 660 HP)
2 × D6-370 (542 kW, 740 HP)
2 × D6-400 (588 kW, 800 HP)
2 × IPS400 (442 kW, 600 HP)
Top Speed
31–40 K.T.
Cruising speed
(2×330 HP) approx. 31 K.T.
Fuel Consumption
(2×330 HP) approx. 3,0 L/N.M.





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