At a Glance –
- Project Type: ‘Remaster’ – Taking the building blocks from the original builder and bringing it up to a modern standard.
- Project Duration: 5 weeks
Discover the Remastered Galley images, each followed by the Before condition.
The Galley surface has been adapted to a single height and the worktop replaced with a solid surface top – along with painting all Galley doors in a fresh and contemporary colour. Appliances have been upgraded to high-end modern alternatives welcoming the Galley – the heart of any home – into tomorrow’s standard.
The upper Saloon original sofa has been reshaped to a beautiful curved design, reupholstered in a light yet practical fabric for added elegance – instantly modernising this area. A stylish light leather has been added within the table top to freshen the space.
The Starboard sideboard unit top has been recovered in the same leather has the Saloon table and the doors covered in an alternative lighter leather with a smooth finish to link the scheme together – resulting in a unit fit to rival those leaving the factory today.
We have carpeted the wooden floor throughout the yacht with a looped pile carpet to modernise and add a level of comfort to the owners boating predominantly in the UK.
One cannot forget a man’s best friend – a bespoke dog bed was specified for Tara – see our happy customer below.
By softening the edges to the Master Stateroom sofa armrest and exterior base cushion, alongwith using a brighter upholstery fabric – we instantly create a more modern, inviting and sleek feel to the design.
The exterior upholstery has been remade with new foams and covered in a classic lighter fabric with beautiful, sleek symmetrical curves in a contrasting colour.
The starboard unit top has been replaced with a solid surface to complete the upgrade of the Cockpit area.
The foredeck sunpads follow the same design language as the cockpit upholstery, but extra interest and texture has been added to the design with the use of fluted stitching in the contrast panels.
Transforming these specific areas on this V52 has had significant impact and subsequently, lifts the entire yacht into a modern, bespoke, beautifully designed current yacht.
Walking on this yacht truly feels like a yacht leaving the factory today, instead of entering a 10 year old dated vessel.
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We look forward to realising The Art of The Possible with you.
Targa 47 – 2009
This 2009 Targa 47, was Remastered within 6 weeks at our HQ in Plymouth. The refit “has given the boat a new lease of life…Coming on now, for the first time, we recognise it as our boat… but the smell and the quality of it, now it just feels like a brand new boat.” – The Hildyards, Owners. Discover the owners experience working with Setag.
Targa 50GT – 2012
This 2012 Fairline Targa 50GT project was complete within just over 3 weeks on the owners berth. The soft greys, contrasting colours and textures of this scheme now bring a modern high-end feel to this yacht.
Princess 440 – 1996
Claire, first launched in 1996, had been out of the water for three years when we got hold of her and she looked, smelled and felt like a 25-year-old boat. Claire’s new owners weren’t confident in the boats mechanical state and also felt like her interior state was unlivable for them – so we brought this 25 year-old yacht back to life.