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Introduced in 1986, the Tiara 3300 Flybridge is one of just a few small flybridge cruisers built in the last 30 years. Her rakish profile and glassed-in front windshield combine with a practical deck layout to create a capable fishing and diving platform with good cruising accommodations below. Her moderate-deadrise hull is balsa-cored above the waterline, and side exhausts exit just forward of the transom. The ride can get a little wet when the seas pick up, but the wide beam of the 3300 provides good lateral stability at trolling speeds. Below deck, the upscale cabin is modest in size but well suited to the needs of part-time cruising. Unlike other Tiaras with their full teak interiors, the 3300 Flybridge has only a modest amount of interior teak trim. A hydraulically operated hatch in the bridge deck provides excellent access to the motors, and a starboard-side cabin door leaves enough space in the cockpit for the full-size tackle center. Topside, theres seating for two on the small flybridge. Standard 350hp Crusaders cruise at 2021 knots, and optional 300hp GM 8.2 diesels (or 320hp Cats) cruise around 2425 knots.