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The Tiara 3200 Open was filling some big shoes when she replaced the popular 3100 Open in the Tiara fleet for 2004. Gracefully styled and boasting some impressive performance figures with standard gas power, the 3200 is designed to satisfy the needs of both anglers and cruisers. Her bi-level deck layout is arranged with L-shaped lounge seating to port on the helm deck, and an aft-facing seat (or optional bait prep station or wet bar) is positioned behind the helm seat. A livewell can be added in place of the standard fold-down transom seat in the cockpit. Below decks, the well-appointed interior of the 3200 Open is an appealing blend of solid teak joinery, Ultraleather seating, and hardwood flooring. A privacy curtain separates the forward berth from the salon, and the settee converts to a double lower berth and single upper berth. The entire helm deck lifts on hydraulic rams for access to the engine room. Additional features include an integral bow pulpit, wide side decks, in-deck fish boxes, swim platform, and prop pockets. A fiberglass hardtop was a popular option. Crusader 385hp gas engines cruise at 22 knots (about 30 knots top), and 310hp Volvo diesels cruise at 25 knots (2829 top).