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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by stelican View Post
    Tell me is the Absolute IPS drive as that is very good top speed.
    Yes she is. No free lunch...

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by stelican View Post
    Hi Rubberduck
    Glad your feeling well enough to talk boats.
    Tell me is the Absolute IPS drive as that is very good top speed.
    In a hospital room at Addenbrookes so not a lot else to do.
    I have the feeling I am in the right place at long last.
    Yes IPS, clocked 38 on survey sea trial full of junk.
    Last edited by rubberduck; 25-05-18 at 18:46.

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Portofino View Post
    My concern is the T47 is underpowered in Co of the Italians put forward .
    We have 3 currently ( had 5 recently) on my jetty .Theres a lot of mass / bulk for D9 ,s
    Suspect sub 25 knot cruise in every day use .
    Agree the style seems pretty date less and agreeable can see the appeal but I would want 12-16 L engines
    Fairline and Princess do 35/36 knots plus with the D9s. Sunseeker does about 33/34. Atlantis does about 36/38 being half a ton lighter.
    They are lighter boats by about 3 - 4 tons to most of the Italians (not mainstream) I underlined.
    It is possible the lightest one is Dalla Pieta.

    Mapis the Incredible has better build quality to a Pershing of the same size.
    Rizzardi improved quite a bit after from the year 2000 onwards.
    The 55s Technema you looked at where build in an eighties way in the nineties.

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Well, I take your word for it, ref. the Incredible.
    Indeed the Technemas I've seen were all mid 90s boats - and btw, rather well built anyway.
    Just not as much as Uniesse and DP, as I said.

    Ref weight, generally speaking if there's something that DPs are NOT, that's light boats.
    My 56 is a tad heavier than the similar size Sq58 or Fer57, which aren't light boats by any stretch of imagination.
    I believe that the 48/50 is around the 20T mark, but I'm not sure about the others you mentioned...

  6. #26
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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Friend has a t47. It is a nice boat with a large fridge ( what more do you need )

    Only comment from 2 people is it is noisy under way.

    Good looking boat and relatively easy to sell when you are done

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jrudge View Post
    a large fridge ( what more do you need )
    LOL, let me think… Does she have also a BBQ?

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by MapisM View Post
    Well, I take your word for it, ref. the Incredible.
    Indeed the Technemas I've seen were all mid 90s boats - and btw, rather well built anyway.
    Just not as much as Uniesse and DP, as I said.

    Ref weight, generally speaking if there's something that DPs are NOT, that's light boats.
    My 56 is a tad heavier than the similar size Sq58 or Fer57, which aren't light boats by any stretch of imagination.
    I believe that the 48/50 is around the 20T mark, but I'm not sure about the others you mentioned...
    Lighter to the Pershing and Rizzardi. Rizzardi is 20 t loaded, DP I think 18-19.
    But and here comes the catch, she is a bit longer but also slimmer to both of these if I remember well.
    Also has a tad smaller Cat engines to the Mans R6.

    Definitely heavier to a Fairline and Princess and Sunseeker mentioned above.

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    Default Re: Targa 47 or Absolute 47 or ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jrudge View Post
    Friend has a t47. It is a nice boat with a large fridge ( what more do you need)
    Apparently a salt water tap to clean your fish
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