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Name: 3300 Open
Length: 33
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 295 gals.
Model Years: 1988—1997
Draft: 2'3"
Beam: 12'6"
Water Capacity: 46 gals.
Waste Capacity: 20 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 35'8"
A big part of Tiara’s success over the years has come from their popular series of inboard express cruisers—multipurpose crossover boats that split the difference between fishing and cruising. Unlike her predecessors, however, the Tiara 3300 Open is more at home in the family cruiser role where her expansive cockpit and deluxe accommodations will be most appreciated. Below deck, her teak-trimmed interior includes berths for six in a cabin of unusual elegance and luxury. A private forward stateroom—rare in a 33-footer—contains a double berth, and the starboard lounge converts to upper and lower pipe berths. The huge cockpit of the 3300 came standard with aft-facing jump seats, cockpit bolsters, washdown, and transom door. An optional fishing package included an insulated fish box, tackle center, and sink with cutting board. The entire bridge deck lifts electrically for engine access. Note the tall, super-sturdy windshield and wide side decks. Twin 350hp inboard gas engines cruise at 22 knots (30+ knots top), and optional 315hp Cummins diesels cruise in the mid 20s.


Feature-rich express with conservative lines, top-quality construction delivers exceptional cruising comfort, owner satisfaction.


Elegant teak-trimmed interior with U-shaped dinette, convertible settee sleeps six in genuine comfort. Tournament-grade cockpit with transom door, fishbox is big enough for serious fishing pursuits. Wide side decks, good engine access, well-designed helm layout.


Low-deadrise hull can be a stiff ride.


Cruise at 20 knots with standard gas engines; 24 knots with 315hp Cummins diesels.

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