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Name: 2900 Coronet
Length: 29
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 200 gals.
Model Years: 1997—2007
Draft: 2'8"
Beam: 11'4"
Water Capacity: 30 gals.
Waste Capacity: 20 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 31'7"
The Tiara 2900 Coronet is a stylish and versatile sport cruiser whose roomy cockpit is among the largest to be found in a 29-foot boat. Introduced in 1997, she’s constructed on a modified-V hull with a wide beam and sharp bow entry. While the Coronet was one of Tiara’s smaller boats produced in recent years, she retained the superb finish and engineering excellence found in all Tiara models. By design, the Coronet’s emphasis is on open-air enjoyment, and her large cockpit can seat a small crowd in comfort. The engines are under the seat boxes, and the forward section of the deck lifts electrically for access to the motors. Aside from the generous seating arrangements, the cockpit is equipped with a wet bar aft of the helm seat as well as coaming bolsters and a centerline transom door. The high windshield is notable, not just for its sturdy construction but for the clever reverse-angled spray guard along the top. Below deck, the compact interior provides berths for two with an enclosed head, mini-galley, and teak-and-holly cabin sole. The Coronet will cruise at 21–22 knots with a pair of 320hp gas inboards and reach a top speed of about 31 knots.

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