European-designed power yachts -- especially large express cruisers -- have a decidedly different style from their American cousins. European yachts are, generally speaking, sleeker, more “styled,” with James Bond-ian helm stations, Euro-trendy interiors and Riviera-nymphette-ready sundecks. A good example is the Fairline Targa 52 GT, but with a twist: It’s built in sun-starved England. The U.K . has a culture deeply rooted in the sea, maritime history, and the sport of yachting. The Brits take their boats seriously and so do we.