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Fairline Yachts will display boats at Yachts Miami Beach

G Marine and U.K.-based Fairline Yachts are continuing their partnership at Yachts Miami Beach.
G Marine will display Fairline yachts that include the Targa 53 at Yachts Miami Beach.

G Marine will display Fairline yachts that include the Targa 53 at Yachts Miami Beach.

G Marine and U.K.-based Fairline Yachts are continuing their partnership at Yachts Miami Beach, which is set to take place along Collins Avenue this week from Thursday through Monday.

Two U.K.-based Russian investors recently acquired the builder. Now known as Fairline Yachts, it is based at its factory in Oundle, Northamptonshire, England. G Marine represents Fairline in Florida.

At Yachts Miami Beach, Fairline will show the Targa 48 Open and the Targa 53, which represent the midsize of Fairline's 38- to 78-foot range.

The company said it is re-evaluating the market and planning its focus for coming years as yachting styles evolve.

"Fairline has extremely well-designed, engineered and built yachts that are timeless in style," marketing manager Miles Moorhouse said in a statement, commenting on the worldwide distribution of the 60-year old brand.

"South Florida is among the largest leisure boat markets, and we are keen to continue the long-term relationship with G Marine in Miami," Moorhouse added. "Our dealer network is a key strength for Fairline, and G Marine is one of the crown jewels. We appreciate the company's experience and input as we focused on developing new and exciting models to the highest standards, as our customers expect and deserve."

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